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List of public art in the London Borough of Enfield

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This is a list of public art in the London Borough of Enfield.

Cockfosters

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Cockfosters war memorial May 2019.jpg
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Cockfosters War Memorial Junction of Chalk Lane and Cockfosters Road

51°39′18″N 0°09′09″W / 51.6549°N 0.1525°W / 51.6549; -0.1525
1921 Celtic cross Grade II [1]

Edmonton

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Charles Lamb1.JPG Portrait plaque of Charles Lamb Community House, 313 Fore Street

51°37′12″N 0°03′45″E / 51.6199°N 0.0625°E / 51.6199; 0.0625
1898 George Frampton N/A Relief [2]
John Keats1.JPG Portrait plaque of John Keats Community House, 313 Fore Street

51°37′12″N 0°03′45″E / 51.6199°N 0.0625°E / 51.6199; 0.0625
1898 George Frampton N/A Relief [3]
Edmonton Green2.JPG
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Edmonton War Memorial Edmonton Green Roundabout, near the station

51°37′30″N 0°03′38″W / 51.6249°N 0.0605°W / 51.6249; -0.0605
1924 Louis Frederick Roslyn N/A Cenotaph Grade II Unveiled 26 October 1924.[4]
St Mary's Church Centre, Lawrence Road, London N18 - geograph.org.uk - 667350.jpg Sculpture on exterior wall St Mary's Church Centre, Lawrence Road

51°37′03″N 0°03′28″W / 51.6175°N 0.0577°W / 51.6175; -0.0577
1970 c. 1970 Architectural sculpture N/A
John Gilpin1.JPG Gilpin's Bell Fore Street

51°36′44″N 0°03′54″W / 51.6123°N 0.0650°W / 51.6123; -0.0650
December 1996 Angela Godfrey N/A Sculpture N/A [5]
Tim Shutter 3.jpg The Keats and Lamb bench Junction of Church Street and Winchester Road

51°37′34″N 0°03′53″W / 51.6261°N 0.064759°W / 51.6261; -0.064759
1999 Tim Shutter N/A Sculptural bench N/A Hillhouse Edge sandstone seat with a quill pen back. The paving in the shape of an open book incorporates quotes from the poet John Keats and the writer Charles Lamb who both lived near to this site. Seat 825 x 3500 x 600 mm, floor panels 600 x 1650 each.
Pymmes Brook Trail DSC00555.jpg Monty the metal horse Chad Crescent

51°37′24″N 0°02′51″W / 51.6234°N 0.0476°W / 51.6234; -0.0476
2004 Iain Nutting N/A Sculpture N/A
Marie Lloyd Mosaic.JPG Mosaic of Marie Lloyd Edmonton Green Shopping Centre, Entrance to the Market Square

51°37′29″N 0°03′27″W / 51.6247°N 0.0574°W / 51.6247; -0.0574
2010 Pupils of St Edmund's Roman Catholic Primary School N/A Mosaic N/A [6]

Enfield

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Sundial, Myddelton House Gardens, Enfield, UK.JPG Sundial The lake terrace, Myddelton House Gardens, Bulls Cross

51°40′30.09″N 0°3′37.47″W / 51.6750250°N 0.0604083°W / 51.6750250; -0.0604083
Pedestal early 1700s; sundial replaced in 2010 Sundial Grade II [7][8]
Stone-Lion,-Forty-Hall,-Enfield-2.jpg Stone Lion Forty Hall

51°40′11″N 0°04′05″W / 51.6698°N 0.0680°W / 51.6698; -0.0680
19th century or earlier Statue [9][10]
Statue, Myddelton House Gardens, Enfield, UK.jpg Young boy holding apron with puppies The lake terrace, Myddelton House Gardens, Bulls Cross

51°40′28.24″N 0°3′41.53″W / 51.6745111°N 0.0615361°W / 51.6745111; -0.0615361
19th century Flemish N/A Statue Grade II [11]
Enfield Market Cross at Myddelton House, Enfield, London - view 03.jpg
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Enfield Old Market Cross Myddelton House Gardens, Bulls Cross 1826 (moved to Myddelton House 1904) Market cross Grade II [12]
Drinking Fountain, Enfield Town Centre - geograph.org.uk - 306012.jpg
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Drinking fountain Church Street

51°39′7.4″N 0°4′51.6″W / 51.652056°N 0.081000°W / 51.652056; -0.081000
1884 Drinking fountain [13][14]
Enfield War Memorial Sept 2016.jpg
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Enfield War Memorial Chase Green

51°39′14″N 0°05′20″W / 51.6539°N 0.0888°W / 51.6539; -0.0888
1921 ? ? Cenotaph Grade II Unveiled 30 October 1921.[15]
Stone-Lion,-Forty-Hall,-Enfield.jpg Stone Lion Forty Hall

51°40′11″N 0°04′05″W / 51.6698°N 0.0680°W / 51.6698; -0.0680
Moved from Broomfield House in the 1980s Statue [9]
The Millennium Fountain, River Walk, Enfield 2.jpg
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Millennium Fountain River Walk

51°39′13.2″N 0°5′16.6″W / 51.653667°N 0.087944°W / 51.653667; -0.087944
2000 Wendy Taylor N/A Fountain with sculpture N/A [16]
War Memorial to the Arctic Campaign, Silver Street, Enfield - geograph.org.uk - 1691871.jpg
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Arctic Campaign Memorial Silver Street

51°39′15″N 0°04′49″W / 51.6542°N 0.0803°W / 51.6542; -0.0803
November 2003 War memorial N/A [17]
Statue 2, Myddelton House, Enfield.jpg Piper The lake terrace, Myddelton House Gardens, Bulls Cross

51°40′28.24″N 0°3′41.53″W / 51.6745111°N 0.0615361°W / 51.6745111; -0.0615361
Recarved 2008 c. 2008 (original was stolen) Statue N/A [18][19]
Sculpture, Turkey St, Enfield.jpg Turkey Brook Guardian Turkey Street Gateway Open Space

51°40′20″N 0°02′47″W / 51.6722°N 0.0464°W / 51.6722; -0.0464
26 July 2013 Tim Shutter N/A Sculpture N/A An amalgam of a fish, bird, squirrel and dog, sitting on a turkey egg embedded with pebbles from the brook. Carved in Stoke ground base bed Bath stone. 150 × 120 × 92 cm.[20]

Palmers Green

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
St John the Evangelist, Palmers Green 8 April 2016 17.JPG Palmers Green War Memorial Outside St John the Evangelist's Church

51°37′25″N 0°06′15″W / 51.6236°N 0.1043°W / 51.6236; -0.1043 (Palmers Green War Memorial)
? John Angel Frank O. Salisbury Sculpture N/A [21]
Broomfield Park war memorial.JPG
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Garden of Remembrance Broomfield Park

51°37′00″N 0°07′03″W / 51.6166°N 0.1175°W / 51.6166; -0.1175 (Broomfield Park Garden of Remembrance)
1929 N/A Robert Phillips War memorial N/A Opened 7 July 1929.[22]

Trent Park

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Actaeon, Trent Park House, Enfield 2.jpg Actaeon Left of main entrance to Trent Park House

51°39′35.63″N 0°8′6.97″W / 51.6598972°N 0.1352694°W / 51.6598972; -0.1352694
1700 c. 1700 Statue Grade II Brought from Wrest Park, Bedfordshire, in 1934 by Sir Philip Sassoon.[23]
Artemis- Venus, Trent Park, Enfield.JPG Artemis or Venus Right of main entrance to Trent Park House

51°39′35.68″N 0°8′5.26″W / 51.6599111°N 0.1347944°W / 51.6599111; -0.1347944
1700 c. 1700, with a later head Statue Grade II Brought from Wrest Park, Bedfordshire, in 1934 by Sir Philip Sassoon.[24][25]
Sphinx view, Trent Park, Enfield.jpg Sphinx (north) Steps at east end of terrace, Trent Park House

51°39′36.58″N 0°8′4.48″W / 51.6601611°N 0.1345778°W / 51.6601611; -0.1345778
1700 c. 1700 John Nost Sculpture Grade II Brought from Stowe House, Buckinghamshire, in the mid-1920s by Sir Philip Sassoon.[26]
Sphinx, Trent Park House, Enfield, UK 2.jpg Sphinx (south) Steps at east end of terrace, Trent Park House

51°39′36.58″N 0°8′4.48″W / 51.6601611°N 0.1345778°W / 51.6601611; -0.1345778
1700 c. 1700 John Nost Sculpture Grade II Brought from Stowe House, Buckinghamshire, in the mid-1920s by Sir Philip Sassoon.[26][27]
Statue on Terrace, Trent Park House, Enfield.JPG Time and Opportunity or Peace embracing Time North west end of terrace, Trent Park House

51°39′36.83″N 0°8′7.43″W / 51.6602306°N 0.1353972°W / 51.6602306; -0.1353972
Early 18th century French School Sculptural group Grade II Brought from Stowe House, Buckinghamshire, or Milton Abbey, Dorset, in the mid-1920s by Sir Philip Sassoon.[28]
Stone Urn, Trent Park, Enfield.jpg Stone Urn 120m north west of Trent Park House

51°39′36.71″N 0°8′13.07″W / 51.6601972°N 0.1369639°W / 51.6601972; -0.1369639
Early–mid-18th century Urn Grade II Probably brought to Trent Park in the 1930s by Philip Sassoon.[29][30]
Monument to the Duchess of Kent, Trent Park.JPG
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Memorial to Jemima Grey (née Crew), Duchess of Kent East end of The Avenue

51°39′28.96″N 0°8′19.37″W / 51.6580444°N 0.1387139°W / 51.6580444; -0.1387139
After 1728 Tall column with pineapple finial Grade II Inscribed "To the memory of Iemima Crewe, Duchess of Kent". Originally from Wrest Park, Bedfordshire.[31]
Obelisk, Trent Park, Enfield, UK.JPG
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Memorial to George Grey, Earl of Harold West side of Moat Wood

51°39′58.45″N 0°8′32.6″W / 51.6662361°N 0.142389°W / 51.6662361; -0.142389
1733 c. 1733 Obelisk Grade II Inscribed "To the memory of the birth of George Grey, Earl of Harold, son of Henry and Sophia, Duke and Duchess of Kent". Originally from Wrest Park, Bedfordshire.[32]
Small Obelisk, Trent Park, Cockfosters.JPG
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Memorial to Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Kent West end of The Avenue

51°39′22.53″N 0°8′59.84″W / 51.6562583°N 0.1499556°W / 51.6562583; -0.1499556
After 1740 Short obelisk with melon finial Grade II Inscribed "To the memory of Henry, Duke of Kent". Originally from Wrest Park, Bedfordshire.[33]
Samson defeating a Philistine, Trent Park, Enfield.jpg Samson Slaying a Philistine North west of terrace, Trent Park House

51°39′37.28″N 0°8′8.11″W / 51.6603556°N 0.1355861°W / 51.6603556; -0.1355861
18th century Attributed to John Cheere or John Nost, after Giambologna Sculptural group Grade II Previously installed in the Grecian Valley, landscaped by Capability Brown, in Stowe, Buckinghamshire. Purchased by Sir Philip Sassoon during the Stowe sales of 1921–22.[34][35]
Hercules and Antaeus, Trent Park, Enfield.jpg Hercules and Antaeus North east of terrace, Trent Park House

51°39′36.94″N 0°8′3.51″W / 51.6602611°N 0.1343083°W / 51.6602611; -0.1343083
18th century Attributed to John Cheere or John Nost, after Giambologna Sculptural group Grade II Previously installed in the Grecian Valley, landscaped by Capability Brown, in Stowe, Buckinghamshire. Purchased by Sir Philip Sassoon during the Stowe sales of 1921–22.[34]
Wooden sculptures, Trent Park, Enfield, UK.JPG Wooden sculpture South of footpath from Cockfosters Road to Trent Park House

51°39′23.08″N 0°8′42.35″W / 51.6564111°N 0.1450972°W / 51.6564111; -0.1450972
2011 Friedel Buecking Sculpture N/A [36]

References

  1. ^ Historic England. "Cockfosters War Memorial (1443880)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 28 March 2020.
  2. ^ Charles Lamb Plaque: Passmore Edwards Website Accessed 15 August 2011
  3. ^ John Keats Plaque: Passmore Edwards Website Accessed 15 August 2011
  4. ^ Historic England. "Edmonton War Memorial (1440052)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 28 March 2020.
  5. ^ Gilpin's Bell:London Gardens Online Accessed 8 December 2011
  6. ^ Marie Lloyd Mosaic: Enfield Independent Accessed 15 August 2011
  7. ^ Sundial, Myddelton House: Lee Valley Regional Park Authority Accessed 16 Feb 2012
  8. ^ :Sundial: London Parks and Gardens Trust Accessed 19 January 2019
  9. ^ a b Historic England. "Forty Hall (1001357)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 8 September 2015.
  10. ^ The Enfield Society 1960s Photo Accessed 8 September 2015.
  11. ^ Boy with puppies, Myddelton House: Conservation study for Myddelton House[permanent dead link] Accessed 16 December 2011
  12. ^ Old Market Cross: UK Beaches Guide Accessed 23 February 2016
  13. ^ Enfield Town Drinking Fountain Drinking Fountain: Enfield Council Sculpture Survey Archived 2011-09-29 at the UK Government Web Archive Accessed 19 September 2011
  14. ^ :Drinking Fountain: mdfcta.co.uk Accessed 17 January 2019
  15. ^ Historic England. "War Memorial (1096042)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 26 April 2020.
  16. ^ : Millennium Fountain: London Remembers Accessed 19 January 2019
  17. ^ War Memorial to the Arctic Campaign Accessed 4 August 2014.
  18. ^ Piper, Myddelton House: Lee Valley Regional Park Authority Archived 2012-02-11 at the Wayback Machine Accessed 16 February 2012
  19. ^ Piper statue, Myddelton House: Conservation study for Myddelton House[permanent dead link] Accessed 16 December 2011
  20. ^ Enfield Council on Facebook Accessed 16 November 2015.
  21. ^ "Palmers Green", War Memorials Register, Imperial War Museums, retrieved 29 March 2020
  22. ^ "Broomfield Park Garden of Remembrance", War Memorials Register, Imperial War Museums, retrieved 29 March 2020
  23. ^ Historic England. "Statue of Actaeon to left of main entrance to Trent Park (1079459)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 26 April 2020.
  24. ^ Historic England. "Statue of Venus to right of main entrance to Trent Park (1260775)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 26 April 2020.
  25. ^ Artemis/Venus: Enfield Sculpture Survey Archived 2012-06-12 at the Wayback Machine Accessed 12 December 2011
  26. ^ a b Historic England. "Pair of sphinxes flanking steps on east side of terrace at Trent Park (1079461)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 26 April 2020.
  27. ^ Sphinx: London Gardens Online Accessed 8 December 2011
  28. ^ Historic England. "Statue on north west end of terrace at Trent Park (1240982)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 26 April 2020.
  29. ^ Historic England. "Urn on pedestal approximately 120 metres north west of Trent Park (1358745)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 26 April 2020.
  30. ^ Stone Urn: London Gardens Online Accessed 8 December 2011
  31. ^ Historic England. "Monument to south west of Trent Park, near the east end of the Avenue (1188503)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 26 April 2020.
  32. ^ Historic England. "Obelisk on the west side of Moat Wood in Trent Park (1358677)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 26 April 2020.
  33. ^ Historic England. "Monument to west south west of Trent Park, near the west end of the Avenue (1078932)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 26 April 2020.
  34. ^ a b White, Christine; Harris, Rupert (May 2012), "Historic statuary at Trent Park", Context, Institute of Historic Building Conservation (124): 37–38, retrieved 26 April 2020
  35. ^ Historic England. "Trent Park (1000484)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 27 June 2014.
  36. ^ Enfield Independent Accessed 9 November 2012

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