This is a list of public art in Kensington, a district in the City of Westminster and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in London.

Map of public art in Kensington

City of Westminster

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes

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Memorial to the Great Exhibition Kensington Gore

51°30′01″N 0°10′38″W / 51.5004°N 0.1773°W / 51.5004; -0.1773 (Memorial to the Great Exhibition)
1863 Joseph Durham Sydney Smirke Statue with other sculpture Grade II Erected in June 1863 in the gardens of the Royal Horticultural Society in South Kensington. Moved to its present site in the early 1890s.[1] Another cast of the statue of Prince Albert is in Saint Peter Port, Guernsey.[2]

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Shields Royal Albert Hall c. 1866 Godfrey Sykes Francis Fowke Reliefs Grade I 63 terracotta shields with 27 different charges,[3] installed after Sykes's early death in 1866.[4]
Lions Imperial College Road, at the foot of the Queen's Tower

51°29′55″N 0°10′37″W / 51.4985°N 0.1769°W / 51.4985; -0.1769 (Lions)
1887 ? Thomas Edward Collcutt Sculpture [5]

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Statue of Robert Napier, 1st Baron Napier of Magdala Queen's Gate

51°30′05″N 0°10′49″W / 51.5013°N 0.1803°W / 51.5013; -0.1803 (Equestrian statue of Robert Napier)
1891 Joseph Edgar Boehm Equestrian statue Grade II Originally stood in Waterloo Place; moved to its current site in 1921. A replica of the statue to Napier in Kolkata. The boundary line with Kensington and Chelsea bisects the length of this statue.[6] In 2004 the artist Eleonora Aguiari wrapped the statue in bright red tape as a comment on Britain's imperialist past.[7]
Memorial to the Hungarian Uprising of 1956 Façade of Ognisko Polskie, 55 Princes Gate, Exhibition Road elevation

51°29′57″N 0°10′27″W / 51.4991°N 0.1741°W / 51.4991; -0.1741 (Memorial to the Hungarian Uprising on 1956)
1960 Ferenc Kovács Plaque with relief sculpture [8]
Scientific Diagrams and Equations Blackett Laboratory, Prince Consort Road

51°29′59″N 0°10′45″W / 51.4997°N 0.1792°W / 51.4997; -0.1792 (Scientific Diagrams and Equations)
1960 John Rattenbury Skeaping Architectural sculpture [9]
Mosaic Royal Albert Hall, South Porch

51°30′02″N 0°10′38″W / 51.500481°N 0.177305°W / 51.500481; -0.177305 (Mosaic)
2003 Shelagh Wakely (made by Trevor Caley) Building Design Partnership (South Porch) Mosaic Installed on the pediment of the Building Design Partnership's new South Porch of 2003,[10] the 60,000-piece mosaic is inspired by chaos theory[11] and by the existing, Victorian frieze on the Albert Hall's façade.[12]
Balustrade Royal Geographical Society, Exhibition Road

51°30′04″N 0°10′29″W / 51.501086°N 0.174730°W / 51.501086; -0.174730 (Balustrade, Royal Geographical Society)
2004 Eleanor Long Craig Downie Glass balustrade Images of contours, maps and landscapes are etched into the glass panels.[13][14]
Velocity Wave[13] Imperial College Sports Centre, Prince's Gardens

51°30′00″N 0°10′24″W / 51.499968°N 0.173379°W / 51.499968; -0.173379 (Velocity Wave)
2004–2006 Pat Kaufman Arup Associates Glass balustrade The artist consulted scientists at Imperial College researching into the velocity wave patterns of different sporting activities. These patterns were etched into the glass panes at the entrance ramps and stairs to the sports centre, and infilled with resin and gold leaf. The balustrade is lit at night by white LED lights.[15]
Statue of Elizabeth II Royal Albert Hall, South Porch 2022 Poppy Field Statue in niche Unveiled 11 November 2023 by Charles III and Queen Camilla. Elizabeth II is shown as she would have appeared in the mid-1960s, wearing the Vladimir Tiara and Delhi Durbar Necklace.[16][17]
Statue of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh Royal Albert Hall, South Porch 2022 Poppy Field Statue in niche Unveiled 11 November 2023, a pendant to the statue of Elizabeth II. Prince Philip is shown in white tie, wearing several of his orders and military medals, gazing towards the Queen.[16][18]

Royal Albert Hall frieze

Detail of the frieze

The exterior of the Royal Albert Hall (built in 1867–1871 to the designs of Francis Fowke and Henry Young Darracott Scott) is embellished with a mosaic frieze composed of sixteen separate designs by multiple artists. This was assembled from 800 slabs prepared by attendees of the South Kensington Museum's mosaic class; the terracotta was manufactured by Minton, Hollins and Company. The designs are listed below in anti-clockwise order from the north.[19]

# Subject Artist Designation
1 Various Countries of the World Bringing in Their Offerings to the Exhibition of 1851 Edward Poynter Grade I
2 Music Frederick Richard Pickersgill
3 Sculpture Frederick Richard Pickersgill
4 Painting Frederick Richard Pickersgill
5 Princes, Art Patrons and Artists Edward Armitage
6 Workers in Stone William Frederick Yeames
7 Workers in Wood and Brick William Frederick Yeames
8 Architecture William Frederick Yeames
9 The Infancy of the Arts and Sciences Frederick Richard Pickersgill
10 Agriculture Henry Stacy Marks
11 Horticulture and Land Surveying Henry Stacy Marks
12 Astronomy and Navigation Henry Stacy Marks
13 A Group of Philosophers, Sages and Students Edward Armitage
14 Engineering John Callcott Horsley
15 The Mechanical Powers Henry Hugh Armstead
16 Pottery and Glassmaking Frederick Richard Pickersgill

Royal Geographical Society

Main articles: Royal Geographical Society and Lowther Lodge

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Bust of Clements Markham Courtyard 1921 F. W. Pomeroy Bust Grade II* [20]

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Statue of Ernest Shackleton Exhibition Road façade

51°30′05″N 0°10′29″W / 51.5015°N 0.17479°W / 51.5015; -0.17479 (Statue of Ernest Shackleton)
1927–1932 Charles Sargeant Jagger Statue in niche Grade II* [21][22]

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Statue of David Livingstone Kensington Gore façade

51°30′06″N 0°10′30″W / 51.50161°N 0.17498°W / 51.50161; -0.17498 (Statue of David Livingston)
1953 T. B. Huxley-Jones Statue in niche Grade II* [20]

Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

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Queen Victoria Monument Warwick Gardens

51°29′49″N 0°12′15″W / 51.4969°N 0.2042°W / 51.4969; -0.2042 (Queen Victoria Monument)
1904 H. L. Florence Commemorative column Grade II [23]

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Kensington War Memorial Kensington Church Street, southern end

51°30′08″N 0°11′28″W / 51.5022°N 0.1911°W / 51.5022; -0.1911 (Kensington War Memorial)
1922 F. W. Pomeroy Major Hubert C. Corlette War memorial Grade II Unveiled 1 July 1922 by Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll.[24]
Genius Kensington Central Library

51°30′05″N 0°11′40″W / 51.5015°N 0.1944°W / 51.5015; -0.1944 (Genius)
1958 William McMillan E. Vincent Harris Architectural sculpture Grade II* [25]
Bust of Geoffrey Chaucer Kensington Central Library 1958 William McMillan E. Vincent Harris Architectural sculpture Grade II* [26]
Bust of William Caxton Kensington Central Library 1958 William McMillan E. Vincent Harris Architectural sculpture Grade II* [27]
Statue of a lion with the Royal coat of arms Outside Kensington Central Library, facing Phillimore Walk

51°30′05″N 0°11′40″W / 51.5013°N 0.1945°W / 51.5013; -0.1945 (Lion with Royal coat of arms)
1958 William McMillan E. Vincent Harris Architectural sculpture Grade II* [28]
Statue of a unicorn with the Royal coat of arms Outside Kensington Central Library, facing Phillimore Walk

51°30′05″N 0°11′39″W / 51.5014°N 0.1941°W / 51.5014; -0.1941 (Unicorn with Royal coat of arms)
1958 William McMillan E. Vincent Harris Architectural sculpture Grade II* [29]

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Head of Invention Outside the Design Museum

51°29′58″N 0°11′58″W / 51.4995°N 0.1995°W / 51.4995; -0.1995 (Head of Invention)
1989 Eduardo Paolozzi Sculpture
Head of the Stairs Hornton Street

51°30′06″N 0°11′42″W / 51.5017°N 0.1950°W / 51.5017; -0.1950 (Head of the Stairs)
2000 Ivor Abrahams Sculpture [30]

Holland Park

Main article: Holland Park

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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes

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The Ancient Melancholy Man Holland Park 16th century ? Statue [31]

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Milo of Croton Trying His Strength Holland Park 19th century After Edme Dumont Sculpture Donated by the Friends of Holland Park in 2003.[32]

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Statue of Henry Vassall-Fox, 3rd Baron Holland Holland Park

51°30′15″N 0°12′12″W / 51.5042°N 0.2034°W / 51.5042; -0.2034 (Statue of Henry Vassall-Fox, 3rd Baron Holland)
1872 George Frederic Watts and Joseph Edgar Boehm Statue Grade II Unveiled 1926.[33]

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Boy with Bear Cubs Holland Park 1902 John Macallan Swan Statue on pedestal [34]

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Sun Worshipper The Café, Holland Park 1910 Jacob Epstein Limestone relief panel [35]

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Annunciation Holland Park 2000 Andrew Burton Sculpture [36]
Caesura VI Holland Park 2000 Charles Hadcock Sculpture [37]

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Tortoises with Triangle and Time Holland Park 2000 Wendy Taylor Sundial with sculpture in bronze [38]

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Tonda Holland Park 2014 Jonathan Loxley Abstract sculpture in honey onyx [39]

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Walking Man Holland Park 2014 Sean Henry Statue [40]

North Kensington and Notting Hill

Main articles: North Kensington and Notting Hill

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Coat of arms of the National Bank Limited (Azure a harp Or within an orle of bezants) Pembridge Gardens, on side of Royal Bank of Scotland, Notting Hill Gate

51°30′33″N 0°11′47″W / 51.5092°N 0.1965°W / 51.5092; -0.1965 (Coat of arms of the National Bank Limited)
1950s ? Architectural sculpture (relief) The National Bank was based in Ireland, and had a branch here. Its British operations were eventually acquired by the Royal Bank of Scotland in 1985.[41]
Mosaic of Saint Sava Façade of St Sava's Serbian Orthodox Church, Notting Hill

51°31′01″N 0°12′32″W / 51.5169°N 0.2088°W / 51.5169; -0.2088 (Mosaic of Saint Sava)
1952 c. 1952 Mosaic [42]

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Statue of Saint Volodymyr Holland Park Avenue

51°30′27″N 0°12′15″W / 51.5074°N 0.2041°W / 51.5074; -0.2041 (Statue of Saint Volodymyr)
1988 Leo Mol Statue Unveiled 29 May 1988. Commemorates the 1,000th anniversary of the Christianisation of Kievan Rus'. Later in 1988, another statue of the saint by the same sculptor was erected in Rome.[43]
Carnival Elephant Outside Waterstone's, Notting Hill Gate

51°30′32″N 0°11′45″W / 51.5090°N 0.1957°W / 51.5090; -0.1957 (Carnival Elephant)
2003 Nadim Karam Sculpture [44]
Two Carnival Figures On roof of Waterstone's, Notting Hill Gate

51°30′32″N 0°11′44″W / 51.5090°N 0.1956°W / 51.5090; -0.1956 (Two Carnival Figures)
2003 Nadim Karam Architectural sculptures [44]

South Kensington

Main article: South Kensington

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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes

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Statue of Robert Napier, 1st Baron Napier of Magdala Queen's Gate

51°30′05″N 0°10′49″W / 51.5013°N 0.1803°W / 51.5013; -0.1803 (Statue of Robert Napier, 1st Baron Napier of Magdala)
1891 Joseph Edgar Boehm Equestrian statue Grade II Originally stood in Waterloo Place; moved to its current site in 1921. A replica of the statue to Napier in Kolkata. The boundary line with the City of Westminster bisects the length of this statue.[6] In 2004 the artist Eleonora Aguiari wrapped the statue in bright red tape as a comment on Britain's imperialist past.[7]
Bust of Julius Wernher Royal School of Mines

51°30′00″N 0°10′33″W / 51.4999°N 0.1757°W / 51.4999; -0.1757 (Bust of Julius Wernher)
1910 Paul Raphael Montford Aston Webb Bust Grade II [45]
Bust of Alfred Beit Royal School of Mines

51°30′00″N 0°10′33″W / 51.4999°N 0.1758°W / 51.4999; -0.1758 (Bust of Alfred Beit)
1910 Paul Raphael Montford Aston Webb Bust Grade II [45]
War memorial Outside St Augustine's Church, Queen's Gate

1°29′36″N 0°10′42″W / 1.4932°N 0.1783°W / 1.4932; -0.1783 (St Augustine's Church War Memorial)
After 1918 ? Calvary [46]

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Statue of Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell Baden-Powell House, Queen's Gate

51°29′44″N 0°10′45″W / 51.4956°N 0.1793°W / 51.4956; -0.1793 (Statue of Robert Baden-Powell)
1961 Don Potter Statue Unveiled in 1961 by Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester, who was President of the Scout Association.[47] A preparatory model is in the collection of the Scouts Heritage Service in Gilwell Park, Essex.[48]

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Yalta Memorial (Twelve Responses to Tragedy) Yalta Memorial Garden, Cromwell Road

51°29′45″N 0°10′21″W / 51.4957°N 0.1724°W / 51.4957; -0.1724 (Yalta Memorial)
1986 Angela Conner Replaced original version of 1981, destroyed by vandals in 1982.
Memorial to victims of the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami Darwin Centre courtyard, Natural History Museum

51°29′47″N 0°10′42″W / 51.4963°N 0.1784°W / 51.4963; -0.1784 (Memorial to the victims of the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami)
2011 Carmody Groarke Architects Memorial Unveiled 6 July 2011 by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.[49] 4.1m³ of granite with one corner cut away, the largest single block of stone to be transported in Great Britain since the building of Stonehenge. Michael Holland, the memorial's principal organiser, lost his mother, wife and daughter to the tsunami.[50]

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Statue of Alfred Russel Wallace Natural History Museum. Originally outside the Darwin Centre 2 building, near the wildlife garden, later moved indoors [51] 2013 Anthony Smith Statue Unveiled 7 November 2013, the centenary of Wallace’s death, by David Attenborough. The statue depicts Wallace at the moment of his discovery of the golden birdwing butterfly in the Bacan Islands of Indonesia.[52]

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Statue of Béla Bartók South Kensington tube station

51°29′37″N 0°10′26″W / 51.4937°N 0.17381°W / 51.4937; -0.17381 (Statue of Béla Bartók)
2004 Imre Varga Statue The statue, a copy of one in Budapest, faces the house on Sydney Place where the composer stayed on several visits to London.[47]

Victoria and Albert Museum

Subject Notes Type Location Date Sculptor Source
Queen Victoria
Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 Alfred Drury [53]
Prince Albert
Statue Cromwell Road façade 1905 Alfred Drury [53]
Saint George
Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 Alfred Drury [53]
Saint Michael
Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 Alfred Drury [53]
9 allegorical figures
Relief panels Cromwell Road façade 1905 Alfred Drury [53]
Inspiration and Knowledge
Statues in niches Cromwell Road façade 1905 Alfred Drury [53]
Truth and Beauty
Reliefs in spandrels Cromwell Road façade 1905 George Frampton [53]
Edward VII
Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 William Goscombe John [53]
Alexandra of Denmark
Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 William Goscombe John [53]
Grinling Gibbons Sculptor Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 William Silver Frith [54]
John Bacon Sculptor Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 William Silver Frith [55]
John Flaxman Sculptor Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 Bertram Pegram [56]
Francis Leggatt Chantrey Sculptor Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 Bertram Pegram [57]
John Henry Foley Sculptor Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 James Gamble [53]
Alfred Stevens Sculptor Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 James Gamble [58]
William Hogarth Painter Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 Reuben Sheppard [59]
Joshua Reynolds Painter Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 Reuben Sheppard [60]
Thomas Gainsborough Painter Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 Stanley Nicholson Babb [61]
George Romney Painter Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 Stanley Nicholson Babb [62]
Richard Cosway Painter Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 Ernest Gillick [63]
J. M. W. Turner Painter Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 Ernest Gillick [64]
John Constable Painter Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 Vincent Hill [65]
George Frederic Watts Painter Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 Richard Reginald Goulden [66]
Frederic, Lord Leighton Painter Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 Gilbert Bayes [67]
John Everett Millais Painter Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 James Stevenson ("Myrander") [53]
William of Wykeham Architect Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 J. Wenlock Rollins [68]
John Thorpe Architect Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 J. Wenlock Rollins [58]
Inigo Jones Architect Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 Oliver Wheatley [53]
Christopher Wren Architect Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 Oliver Wheatley [69]
William Chambers Architect Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 Gilbert Bayes [70]
Charles Barry Architect Statue in niche Cromwell Road façade 1905 Gilbert Bayes [71]
Saint Dunstan Craftsman Statue in niche Exhibition Road façade 1905 Frank Lynn Jenkins [53]
William Torell Metalworker Statue in niche Exhibition Road façade 1905 Frank Lynn Jenkins [53]
William Caxton Printer Statue in niche Exhibition Road façade 1905 Paul Raphael Montford [53]
George Heriot Goldsmith Statue in niche Exhibition Road façade 1905 Paul Raphael Montford [53]
Huntingdon Shaw Smith Statue in niche Exhibition Road façade 1905 Abraham Broadbent [53]
Thomas Tompion Clockmaker Statue in niche Exhibition Road façade 1905 Abraham Broadbent [53]
Thomas Chippendale Furniture maker Statue in niche Exhibition Road façade 1905 Albert Hodge [53]
Josiah Wedgwood Potter Statue in niche Exhibition Road façade 1905 Albert Hodge [53]
Roger Payne Bookbinder Statue in niche Exhibition Road façade 1905 Arthur George Walker [53]
William Morris Textile designer Statue in niche Exhibition Road façade 1905 Arthur George Walker [53]

See also

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