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The Temple Bar Marker

This is a list of public art in the City of London, including statues, busts, commemorative plaques and other memorials.

The City of London is the historic nucleus of London as well as its modern financial centre. The City of London Corporation, its municipal governing body, states that "around almost every corner in the City you will find an unusual piece of public art or a commemoration of the City's great history".[1] This article lists the various permanent works of public art by the ward in which they are located.

In the 19th century, sculpture was incorporated into major engineering schemes such as the Victoria Embankment and the Holborn Viaduct. Entrances to the City are marked by statues of dragons (often mistakenly called griffins)[2] bearing the City's shield. The most elaborate of these is the Temple Bar Marker of 1880, which replaced a gate to the City, while two on the Victoria Embankment were originally made for the Coal Exchange building in 1849, and were repurposed as boundary markers in 1963.

Since 2010, the City has hosted an annual exhibition of public sculpture, called "Sculpture in the City".[3]

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Aldersgate

Main article: Aldersgate

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Drinking fountain Aldersgate Street

51°31′01″N 0°05′49″W / 51.5169°N 0.0970°W / 51.5169; -0.0970 (Drinking fountain)
1870 ? Drinking fountain Grade II

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Memorial to Heroic Self-Sacrifice Postman's Park

51°31′01″N 0°05′52″W / 51.516876°N 0.097875°W / 51.516876; -0.097875 (Memorial to Heroic Self-Sacrifice)
1900 George Frederic Watts and T. H. Wren (central statuette of Watts, pictured) Memorial Grade II [4]

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The Gold Smelters Aldersgate Street 1901 John Daymond and Son Relief sculpture [5]

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John Wesley Conversion Place Memorial Nettleton Court, London Wall 1981 Martin Ludlow Sculpture [6]

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Dolphin Fountain Ben Jonson Place, Barbican Estate 1989–1990 John Ravera Fountain with sculpture [7]

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Union (Horse with Two Discs) London Wall, outside the Museum of London 1999–2000 Christopher Le Brun Sculpture Installed on this site in 2005.[8][9]

Aldgate

Main article: Aldgate

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Churchyard gateway and Fitch Memorial Fountain St Katharine Cree Churchyard 1631 and 1965 ? D. W. Insall and Associates (1965) Fountain in repurposed architectural setting [10]

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Aldgate Pump Junction of Leadenhall Street and Fenchurch Street

51°30′48″N 0°04′40″W / 51.5132°N 0.0779°W / 51.5132; -0.0779 (Aldgate Pump)
Apparently 18th century ? Water pump Grade II [11]
Steamship's Prow Holland House, 32 Bury Street 1914–1916 Joseph Mendes da Costa Hendrik Petrus Berlage Architectural sculpture Grade II* [12]
The Four Elements The Scalpel, 52 Lime Street 1954–1957 c. 1954–1957 James Woodford Kohn Pederson Fox (current setting); Terence Heysham (original setting) Reliefs [13][14]

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Roundhouse Outside The Scalpel, 52 Lime Street 2018 Joel Perlman Sculpture [15]

Bassishaw

Main article: Bassishaw

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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Foundation stone with allegory of the City Old Guildhall Library, Basinghall Street 1870 Possibly J. W. Seale Horace Jones Relief Grade II* [16]
Elizabeth I, Queen Anne and Queen Victoria Old Guildhall Library, Basinghall Street c. 1873 J. W. Seale Horace Jones Statues in niches Grade II* [16]
Robert Hargreaves Rogers Drinking Fountain Junction of Aldermanbury and Love Lane 1891 ? Drinking fountain Erected to commemorate Rogers's election as Deputy Alderman.[17][18]

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Memorial to John Heminges and Henry Condell Former churchyard of St Mary Aldermanbury

51°30′59″N 0°05′35″W / 51.5164°N 0.0931°W / 51.5164; -0.0931 (Memorial to John Heminges and Henry Condell)
1895–1896 C. J. Allen Charles Clement Walker Memorial with bust Grade II Inaugurated 15 July 1896. Incorporates a bronze bust of William Shakespeare. Heminges and Condell, the compilers of Shakespeare's First Folio, were both buried in the parish.[19]
Maiden keystone Brewers' Hall, Aldermanbury Square 1958–1960 Charles Wheeler Hubert Worthington Architectural sculpture [20]

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Ritual Outside Woolgate Exchange, Coleman Street

51°30′59″N 0°05′24″W / 51.5164°N 0.0900°W / 51.5164; -0.0900 (Ritual)
1968–1969 Antanas Braždys Sculpture Grade II [21]
Glass Fountain Guildhall Piazza 1969 Allen David Fountain with sculpture [22]

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Beyond Tomorrow Guildhall Piazza

51°30′58″N 0°05′31″W / 51.5161°N 0.0919°W / 51.5161; -0.0919 (Beyond Tomorrow)
1972 Karin Jonzen Sculptural group [23]

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The Minotaur London Wall Place 1973 Michael Ayrton Sculpture The sculpture was previously located at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and also elsewhere within the Barbican estate.[24]

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Unity Alban Gate

51°31′03″N 0°05′36″W / 51.5175°N 0.0933°W / 51.5175; -0.0933 (Unity)
1992 Ivan Klapež Sculptural group [25]

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Dick Whittington and His Cat Guildhall Art Gallery 1999 Lawrence Tindall Richard Gilbert Scott Architectural sculpture [26]

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Bust of Samuel Pepys Guildhall Art Gallery 1999 Tim Crawley Richard Gilbert Scott Architectural sculpture [26]

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Bust of Oliver Cromwell Guildhall Art Gallery 1999 Tim Crawley Richard Gilbert Scott Architectural sculpture [26]

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Bust of William Shakespeare Guildhall Art Gallery 1999 Tim Crawley Richard Gilbert Scott Architectural sculpture [26]

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Bust of Christopher Wren Guildhall Art Gallery 1999 Tim Crawley Richard Gilbert Scott Architectural sculpture [26]
Standing stone and bench Aldermanbury Square 2000 Richard Kindersley Standing stone [20]

Billingsgate

Main article: Billingsgate

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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Company arms, Triton reliefs, capitals and River God keystone Watermen's Hall, St Mary at Hill 1779 ? William Blackburn (?) Architectural sculpture Grade II* [27]
Britannia, Dolphins and City Arms Old Billingsgate Market 1873–1878 Unknown Horace Jones Pediment sculptures Grade II [28]
Camel Caravan Peek House, 20 Eastcheap, at the junction with Lovat Lane 1884 William Theed Alexander Peebles Relief The trademark of Peek Bros.[29]

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The Minster Court Horses Minster Court, Mincing Lane 1989–1990 Althea Wynne Statues [30]
Lupine Flower 30 Fenchurch Street 2023 Arne Quinze Sculpture [31]

Bishopsgate

Main article: Bishopsgate

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Charity Boy and Charity Girl St Botolph's Church Hall 1821 ? ? Statues in niches [32]
Ram New Street 1860s ? ? Sculpture [33]
Two drinking fountains Churchyard of St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate

51°30′59″N 0°04′53″W / 51.5165°N 0.0815°W / 51.5165; -0.0815 (Two drinking fountains)
1866 ? Drinking fountains Grade II
Bishopsgate Parish War Memorial Churchyard of St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate

51°31′00″N 0°04′54″W / 51.516577°N 0.08164°W / 51.516577; -0.08164 (Bishopsgate Parish War Memorial)
1916 Maile and Sons ? Memorial cross Grade II
Bakers Former Nordheim Model Bakery, 12–13 Widegate Street 1926 Philip Lindsey Clark George Val Myer Reliefs [34]
Beaver weather vane Roof of 60–64 Bishopsgate 1926 ? Charles Mewès and Arthur Joseph Davis Weather vane [35]

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The Cnihtengild Devonshire Square 1990 Denys Mitchell Equestrian statue [36]
Cockerel Cock Hill

51°31′03″N 0°04′42″W / 51.5176°N 0.0784°W / 51.5176; -0.0784 (Cockerel)
1991 ? Ceramic tiles Artist possibly "W.N."[37]
Rebellion East India House, 109 Middlesex Street 1992–1993 Judy Boyt Sculpture [38]
Alphabet mural 119 Middlesex Street 2010 Ben Eine Street art Completed September 2010.[39]
Bishop's mitre Outside 101–105 Bishopsgate, near its junction with Wormwood Street ? ? Plaque [40]

Broadgate

Main article: Broadgate

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Bellerophon Taming Pegasus Broadgate Square

51°31′08″N 0°05′06″W / 51.5189°N 0.0851°W / 51.5189; -0.0851 (Bellerophon Taming Pegasus)
1964–1966 Jacques Lipchitz Sculpture [41]

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Rush Hour Finsbury Avenue Square 1983–1987 George Segal Sculptural group [42]

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Fulcrum Broadgate Octagon 1986–1987 Richard Serra Sculpture [43]
Ganapathi and Devi Sun Street Roundabout 1988 Stephen Cox Sculpture [44]
Leaping Hare on Crescent and Bell Broadgate Square 1988 Barry Flanagan Sculpture [41]

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Broadgate Venus Exchange Square

51°31′11″N 0°04′50″W / 51.51972°N 0.08050°W / 51.51972; -0.08050 (Broadgate Venus)
1989 Fernando Botero Recumbent statue [45]
Tiled fountain Corner of Exchange House, junction of Primrose Street and Appold Street 1990 Joan Gardy Artigas Tiled fountain [46]

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The Broad Family Exchange Square 1991 Xavier Corberó Sculptures [46]
Water feature Exchange Square 1991 Stephen Cox Skidmore, Owings & Merrill Cascading water feature with sculpture [47]

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Eye-I Bishopsgate entrance to Pindar Plaza 1993 Bruce McLean Sculpture [48]
Chromorama Sun Street 2015 David Batchelor Sculpture [49]

Liverpool Street station

Main article: Liverpool Street station

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Memorial to Charles Fryatt East wall

51°31′03″N 0°04′55″W / 51.5175°N 0.0819°W / 51.5175; -0.0819 (Memorials to Charles Fryatt and Henry Wilson)
1916–1917 H. T. H. van Golberdinge Memorial tablet with portrait roundel [50]

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London Society of East Anglians War Memorial
Men of Norfolk, SuffolkEssex and Cambridgeshire
1920? Guy Dawber Plaque [51]

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Great Eastern Railway War Memorial East wall

51°31′04″N 0°04′56″W / 51.5177°N 0.0822°W / 51.5177; -0.0822 (Great Eastern Railway Memorial)
1922 Farmer and Brindley War memorial
Memorial to Sir Henry Wilson, 1st Baronet East wall 1922–1923 Charles Leonard Hartwell Memorial tablet with portrait relief [50]

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Für das Kind
Kindertransport


51°31′03″N 0°04′55″W / 51.5175°N 0.0819°W / 51.5175; -0.0819 (Für das Kind)
2003 and 2011 Flor Kent Sculptural group [52]

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Kindertransport – The Arrival Hope Square, outside Liverpool Street station

51°31′03″N 0°04′57″W / 51.5176°N 0.0826°W / 51.5176; -0.0826 (Kindertransport – The Arrival)
2006 Frank Meisler and Arie Ovadia Sculptural group [53]

Bread Street

Main article: Bread Street

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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Statue of James I Temple Bar Gate John Bushnell Joshua Marshall and Thomas Knight, with the possible involvement of Christopher Wren Statue in niche Grade I
Statue of Anne of Denmark Temple Bar Gate John Bushnell Joshua Marshall and Thomas Knight, with the possible involvement of Christopher Wren Statue in niche Grade I
Statue of Charles I Temple Bar Gate John Bushnell Joshua Marshall and Thomas Knight, with the possible involvement of Christopher Wren Statue in niche Grade I
Statue of Charles II Temple Bar Gate John Bushnell Joshua Marshall and Thomas Knight, with the possible involvement of Christopher Wren Statue in niche Grade I

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Panyer Alley Boy Panyer Alley Steps

51°30′53″N 0°05′52″W / 51.5148°N 0.0977°W / 51.5148; -0.0977 (Panyer Alley Boy)
1688 ? Relief sculpture Grade II [54]

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St Lawrence and Mary Magdalene Drinking Fountain Carter Lane Gardens

51°30′46″N 0°05′51″W / 51.5129°N 0.0974°W / 51.5129; -0.0974 (St Lawrence and Mary Magdalene Drinking Fountain)
1866 Joseph Durham John Robinson Drinking fountain with sculpture Grade II [55]

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Memorial to Admiral Arthur Phillip Cannon Street Gardens

51°30′47″N 0°05′45″W / 51.5131°N 0.0958°W / 51.5131; -0.0958 (Arthur Phillip)
1932 (original memorial; most features of the present memorial date to 1968, 1976 and 2000) Charles Leonard Hartwell, W. Hamilton Buchan and Sharon A. M. Keenan ? Memorial with bust [56]

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Wall fountain Festival Gardens

51°30′48″N 0°05′49″W / 51.5132°N 0.0970°W / 51.5132; -0.0970 (Wall fountain)
1950 ? Albert Richardson Fountain [57]

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The Young Lovers Festival Gardens

51°30′48″N 0°05′50″W / 51.5133°N 0.0972°W / 51.5133; -0.0972 (The Young Lovers)
1950–1951 Georg Ehrlich Sculptural group [58]
Icarus III Distaff Lane Garden

51°30′45″N 0°05′50″W / 51.5124°N 0.0972°W / 51.5124; -0.0972 (Icarus III)
1973 Michael Ayrton Sculpture Moved from Old Change Court circa 2020, image shows original location.[59]

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Paternoster Paternoster Square

51°30′53″N 0°05′56″W / 51.5146°N 0.0989°W / 51.5146; -0.0989 (Paternoster)
1975 Elisabeth Frink Sculptural group [60]

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National Firefighters Memorial Carter Lane Gardens

51°30′46″N 0°05′55″W / 51.5129°N 0.0985°W / 51.5129; -0.0985 (National Firefighters Memorial)
1990–1991 John W. Mills Sculptural group [61]

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Paternoster Vents Paternoster Square

51°30′51″N 0°06′02″W / 51.5143°N 0.1005°W / 51.5143; -0.1005 (Paternoster Vents)
2002 Thomas Heatherwick Vents [62]


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Angel I to V St Paul's Churchyard

51°30′50″N 0°06′00″W / 51.5139°N 0.1000°W / 51.5139; -0.1000 (Angel I to V)
2003 Emily Young William Whitfield (commissioner) Sculptures [63]
Noon-Mark 10 Paternoster Square 2003 Frank King (gnomon and astronomy) and Lida Lopes Cardozo Kindersley (letter-cutting) Eric Parry Architects (commissioners) Analemmatic sundial [64][65]

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Paternoster Square Column Paternoster Square

51°30′53″N 0°05′58″W / 51.5147°N 0.0994°W / 51.5147; -0.0994 (Paternoster Square Column)
2003 William Whitfield and Andrew Lockwood Column
Lion, Unicorn and two City Dragons Temple Bar Gate 2004 Tim Crawley Freeland Rees Roberts (restoration) Sculptures Grade I
Amicale The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Garden 2007 Paul Mount Sculpture Installed on this site in March 2012.[66]

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Globe with Slots Carter Lane Gardens 2009 or before Paul Mount Sculpture [67]

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Bust of John Donne The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Garden

51°30′48″N 0°05′50″W / 51.5133°N 0.0973°W / 51.5133; -0.0973 (Bust of John Donne)
2012 Nigel Boonham Bust [66]

One New Change

Main article: One New Change

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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Elizabeth II One New Change c. 1953–1960 Boris Anrep Mosaic [68]
William III and Mary II One New Change c. 1953–1960 Boris Anrep Mosaic [68]
Compass Rose One New Change c. 1953–1960 Boris Anrep Mosaic [68]
Ariel One New Change c. 1953–1960 Boris Anrep Mosaic
Guardian Lion One New Change 1957 c. 1957 Charles Wheeler Victor Heal (original setting) Relief [69]
Saint George Triumphant One New Change 1957 c. 1957 Charles Wheeler Victor Heal (original setting) Relief [69]
Saint George Combatant One New Change 1957 c. 1957 Charles Wheeler Victor Heal (original setting) Relief [69]
Guardian Lion One New Change 1957 c. 1957 Charles Wheeler Victor Heal (original setting) Relief [69]
Nail One New Change 2011 Gavin Turk Sculpture [70]

Bridge and Bridge Without

Main article: Bridge (ward)

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The Monument
Great Fire of London
Monument Yard

51°30′36″N 0°05′10″W / 51.5101°N 0.0860°W / 51.5101; -0.0860 (The Monument)
1671–1677 Caius Gabriel Cibber, Edward Pearce and George Bowers Christopher Wren and Robert Hooke Monumental column with basement astronomical observatory Grade I

Scheduled monument

[71]
Statue of James Hulbert Garden of Fishmongers' Hall 1724 Robert Easton Statue [72]

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Mice Philpot Lane, near junction with Eastcheap 1862 Uncertain, but thought to be John Young and Son [73]
Female Figure holding a Globe Adelaide House, London Bridge Approach 1921–1925 William Reid Dick John James Burnet and Thomas S. Tait Architectural sculpture Grade II [74]

Broad Street

Main article: Broad Street (ward)

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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Credit Facilitating Transport, Commerce and Industry and sexfoil panels 7 Lothbury 1866 James Redfern George Somers Leigh Clarke Reliefs Grade II* [75]
"Persian" Atlas Figures Drapers' Hall, Throgmorton Street 1898–1899 Henry Alfred Pegram Thomas Graham Jackson Architectural sculpture Grade II* [76]

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Statue of Saint Augustine of Hippo Augustine House, 6a Austin Friars 1955–1957 John Skeaping Arthur Bailey Architectural sculpture [77]

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Augustinian Friar 4 Austin Friars 1989 T. Metcalfe Fookes, Ness and Gough (1987–1990 refurbishment of Nos. 2–6) Statue in niche [78]
Standing Stone Austin Friars, outside Augustine House 2000 Richard Kindersley Standing stone Inscribed with words from T. S. Eliot's Four Quartets.[79]
Last of Light (3 Needles) Angel Court 2017 Sara Barker Fletcher Priest Architects Architectural sculpture [80]
Selvedge with dark Throgmorton Passage 2017 Sara Barker Fletcher Priest Architects Architectural sculpture [80]

Candlewick

Main article: Candlewick (ward)

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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Chimera with Personifications of Fire and the Sea 24–28 Lombard Street

51°30′45″N 0°05′12″W / 51.5124°N 0.0866°W / 51.5124; -0.0866 (Chimera with Personifications of Fire and the Sea)
1914 Francis William Doyle Jones Gordon & Gunton Architectural sculpture Grade II [81]
Shield of the London Life Association 81 King William Street 1925–1927 Charles Leonard Hartwell William Curtis Green Architectural sculpture [82]
Unity and Security 81 King William Street 1925–1927 Herbert William Palliser William Curtis Green Architectural sculpture [82]
Wisdom and Foresight 81 King William Street 1925–1927 Herbert William Palliser William Curtis Green Architectural sculpture [82]
Break the Wall of Distrust 108 Cannon Street 1989–1990 Zurab Tsereteli Architectural sculpture [83]

Castle Baynard

Main article: Castle Baynard

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Memorial to Robert Waithman Salisbury Square

51°30′49″N 0°06′23″W / 51.513509°N 0.106346°W / 51.513509; -0.106346 (Memorial to Robert Waithman)
1833 James Elmes Obelisk Grade II [84]

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Temperance drinking fountain New Bridge Street

51°30′41″N 0°06′15″W / 51.511362°N 0.104106°W / 51.511362; -0.104106 (Temperance Drinking Fountain)
1861 Wills Brothers Drinking fountain with statue Grade II
Capitals Blackfriars Bridge 1860–1869 John Birnie Philip Joseph Cubitt and H. Carr Architectural sculpture Grade II [85]
Pegasus Inner Temple Gateway, Tudor Street 1887 John Daymond and Son ? Relief Grade II [86]

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Statue of Queen Victoria New Bridge Street

51°30′40″N 0°06′16″W / 51.511°N 0.1044°W / 51.511; -0.1044 (Statue of Queen Victoria)
1893–1896 Charles Bell Birch Statue Grade II [87]
Relief panel and figure of Youth Pemberton House, New Street Square 1955 Wilfred Dudeney Richard Seifert & Partners Architectural sculpture [33]

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The Seven Ages of Man Baynard House, Queen Victoria Street

51°30′43″N 0°06′03″W / 51.51188°N 0.10093°W / 51.51188; -0.10093 (The Seven Ages of Man)
1980 Richard Kindersley Sculpture [88]
Taxi John Carpenter Street

51°30′40″N 0°06′22″W / 51.5111°N 0.1061°W / 51.5111; -0.1061 (Taxi)
1983 John Seward Johnson II Statue

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Saint George and the Dragon Dorset Rise

51°30′46″N 0°06′20″W / 51.51282°N 0.10569°W / 51.51282; -0.10569
1988 Michael Sandle Sculptural group

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Statue of Hodge Gough Square

51°30′53″N 0°06′27″W / 51.514722222222°N 0.1075°W / 51.514722222222; -0.1075 (Statue of Hodge)
1997 Jon Bickley Statue [89]
Cantus Shoe Lane 2002 Charles Hadcock Sculpture [90]

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Resolution Corner of St Bride Street and Shoe Lane

51°30′56″N 0°06′22″W / 51.51554°N 0.10615°W / 51.51554; -0.10615 (Resolution)
2007 Antony Gormley Sculpture [91]
Browsers New Street Square 2008 Jonathan Clarke Sculptures [92][93]
Day and Night, Night and Day New Street Square 2009 Ron Haselden Neon sculpture [94]
Gateway New Fetter Lane 2011 Jonathan Clarke Sculpture [92]

Eastern end of Fleet Street to Ludgate Circus

Main articles: Fleet Street and Ludgate Circus

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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Putti St Bartholomew House, 92 Fleet Street 1900 Gilbert Seale H. Huntly Gordon Architectural sculpture Grade II [95]
Statue of Mary, Queen of Scots Queen of Scots House, 143–144 Fleet Street

51°30′52″N 0°06′26″W / 51.514311°N 0.107181°W / 51.514311; -0.107181 (State of Mary, Queen of Scots)
1905 ? R. M. Roe Statue in niche Grade II [96]
The Past and The Future Daily Telegraph Building, 135–141 Fleet Street 1929–1930 Samuel Rabinovitch Elcock and Sutcliffe Architectural sculpture Grade II [97]
Panel with two Mercury figures and a globe; Panel with swallows Daily Telegraph Building, 135–141 Fleet Street 1929–1930 A. J. Oakley? Elcock and Sutcliffe Architectural sculpture Grade II [98]

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Memorial to Edgar Wallace Ludgate House, 107 Fleet Street (at Ludgate Circus) 1934 Francis William Doyle-Jones Plaque with portrait medallion [99]
Busts of King Lud Leon restaurant, 12 Ludgate Circus (former King Lud pub) 1870 Lewis Henry Isaacs Architectural sculpture [100]
Bust of T. P. O'Connor Chronicle House, 72–78 Fleet Street

51°30′51″N 0°06′24″W / 51.5141°N 0.10657°W / 51.5141; -0.10657 (Bust of T. P. O'Connor)
1935–1936 Francis William Doyle-Jones Bust [101]
The Herald 85 Fleet Street 1938–1939 William Reid Dick Edwin Lutyens Architectural sculpture Grade II [102]

St Paul's Cathedral

Main article: St Paul's Cathedral

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Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Angels with the Royal Arms Lunette within pediment of north front 1698 Grinling Gibbons Relief Grade I [103]
Phoenix Lunette within pediment of south front 1699 Caius Gabriel Cibber Relief Grade I [104]
Saint Paul Preaching to the Bereans Over great west door 1705–1706 Francis Bird Relief Grade I [105]
The Conversion of Saint Paul Pediment of west front 1706 Francis Bird Relief Grade I [106]
Saul Receiving Letters from the High Priest North side of the upper storey above the portico Probably between 1706 and 1712 Francis Bird Relief Grade I [107]
Ananias Putting His Hands on Saul and Restoring His Sight South side of the upper storey above the portico Probably between 1706 and 1712 Francis Bird Relief Grade I [108]
Saint Paul and the Gaoler of Philippi Inside the portico, on the north side wall 1712/1713 c. 1712/1713 Francis Bird Relief Grade I [109]
Saint Paul Bitten by a Viper on Malta Inside the portico, on the south side wall 1712/1713 c. 1712/1713 Francis Bird Relief Grade I [109]
Saint Paul Before Felix Within the portico, to the left of the great west door 1712–1713 Francis Bird Relief Grade I [110]
Saint Paul Before Agrippa Within the portico, to the right of the great west door 1712–1713 Francis Bird Relief Grade I [110]
The Stoning of Saint Stephen Over north door, west front Possibly 1713 Francis Bird Relief Grade I [108]
The Baptism of Saul Over south door, west front Possibly 1713 Francis Bird Relief Grade I [105]
Saints Peter, James and Paul Pediment of west front 1718–1721 Francis Bird Statues Grade I [111]
Four Evangelists Parapet at the foot of the side towers, west front 1718–1721 Francis Bird Statues Grade I [111]
Saints Barnabas, Philip, James the Less, Jude and John the Baptist Pediment of north front 1720–1724 Francis Bird, with some additions by Farmer & Brindley Statues Grade I [112]
Saints Simon and Matthias Outer corners of south transept Between 1722–1724 and 1923–1925 Francis Bird, with substantial additions by Henry Poole Statues Grade I [103]
Saints Thomas, Andrew and Bartholomew Pediment of south front 1898–1900 Farmer & Brindley after Francis Bird Statues Grade I [112]

St Paul's Churchyard

See also Emily Young's Angel series above, in the ward of Bread Street
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Statue of Queen Anne St Paul's Churchyard

51°30′49″N 0°06′00″W / 51.5137°N 0.0999°W / 51.5137; -0.0999 (Statue of Queen Anne)
1884–1886 (after an original of 1709–1712) Richard Claude Belt and L. A. Malempré, after Francis Bird Christopher Wren Statue flanked by other sculpture Grade II [113]

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St Paul's Cross St Paul's Churchyard

51°30′51″N 0°05′52″W / 51.5142°N 0.0977°W / 51.5142; -0.0977 (St Paul's Cross)
1908–1910 Bertram Mackennal Reginald Blomfield Statue on column Grade II [114]

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Statue of Thomas Becket St Paul's Churchyard

51°30′49″N 0°05′51″W / 51.5135°N 0.0976°W / 51.5135; -0.0976 (Statue of Thomas Becket)
1971 Edward Bainbridge Copnall Statue Grade II [115]
Memorial to Londoners killed in World War II bombardments St Paul's Churchyard 1999 Richard Kindersley Memorial [116]

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Statue of John Wesley St Paul's Churchyard

51°30′51″N 0°05′55″W / 51.5143°N 0.09854°W / 51.5143; -0.09854 (Statue of John Wesley)
1988 (after an original of 1825–1849) after Samuel Manning the Elder and Samuel Manning the Younger Statue [117]

Cheap

Main article: Cheap (ward)

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Putti crowning Queen Victoria, and symbolic flora 42–44 Gresham Street 1850–1852 ? Sancton Wood Reliefs Grade II Banderoles inscribed THE QUEEN'S/ ASSURANCE/ ESTABLISHED/ AD 185 (sic).[118]
Keystones portraying Postmasters General and sprandrels with men writing and receiving letters

Cecil Raikes and Alfred Morley

Nomura House, St Martin's Le Grand and King Edward Street 1889–1895 ? Henry Tanner Architectural sculpture [119]
Atlas with Globe King Street

51°30′51″N 0°05′32″W / 51.5141°N 0.0923°W / 51.5141; -0.0923 (Atlas with Globe)
1893–1894 Thomas Tyrrell for Farmer and Brindley Alfred Waterhouse Architectural sculpture Grade II [120]

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Signs of the Zodiac 107 Cheapside 1955–1958 John Skeaping Antony Lloyd of Curtis Green, Son & Lloyd 12 stone panels Originally installed with a figure of Apollo plus sun and star motifs, now lost, in the scheme.[121]
Three Pritners Goldsmiths' Hall garden (former churchyard of St John Zachary)

51°30′58″N 0°05′43″W / 51.5160°N 0.0954°W / 51.5160; -0.0954 (Three Printers)
1957 c. 1957 Wilfred Dudeney Sculptural group The only public monument to newspapers in Britain. Originally sited in New Street Square, the group was rescued by Christopher Wilson and moved to its present location in 2009.[122][123]
Relief of Thomas Becket 90 Cheapside

51°30′49″N 0°05′31″W / 51.5136°N 0.0919°W / 51.5136; -0.0919 (Relief of Thomas Becket)
? Plaque

Coleman Street

Main article: Coleman Street Ward

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Architectural sculpture Europe Arab Bank (originally the Metropolitan Life Assurance headquarters), 13 and 15 Moorgate 1890–1895 William Silver Frith Aston Webb and Ingress Bell Architectural sculpture Grade II* [124]
The Electric Telegraph, or Electricity and Engineering Electra House, Moorgate 1900–1903 c. 1900–1903 George Frampton John Belcher and John James Joass Architectural sculpture Grade II [125]
Allegorical panels Electra House, Moorgate 1900–1903 c. 1900–1903 F. W. Pomeroy John Belcher and John James Joass Architectural sculpture Grade II [126]
Egypt, Japan, India and China Electra House, Moorgate 1900–1903 c. 1900–1903 William Goscombe John John Belcher and John James Joass Architectural sculpture Grade II [127]
Amorini with companies' arms and seals Electra House, Moorgate 1900–1903 c. 1900–1903 Alfred Drury John Belcher and John James Joass Architectural sculpture Grade II [127]
Young atlantes with armilla and zodiacal globe Electra House, Moorgate 1900–1903 c. 1900–1903 F. W. Pomeroy John Belcher and John James Joass Architectural sculpture Grade II [127]
Victory and Plenty Salisbury House, Finsbury Circus 1901 ? Davis and Emmanuel Architectural sculpture Grade II [128]

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Drinking fountain Finsbury Circus

51°31′05″N 0°05′10″W / 51.518014°N 0.086091°W / 51.518014; -0.086091 (Drinking fountain)
1902 John Whitehead and Son Drinking fountain Grade II The shelter is based on the well head designed by Philip Webb for William Morris's Red House in Bexleyheath.[129]
Britannia (two versions) Britannic House, Moorgate 1924 Francis Derwent Wood Edwin Lutyens Architectural sculpture Grade II* [130]
Indian Water-carrier Britannic House, Moorgate 1924 Francis Derwent Wood Edwin Lutyens Architectural sculpture Grade II* [130]

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Persian Scarf-dancer Britannic House, Moorgate 1924 c. 1924 Francis Derwent Wood Edwin Lutyens Architectural sculpture Grade II* [130]
Woman and Baby or Spring Britannic House, Moorgate 1924 c. 1924 Francis Derwent Wood Edwin Lutyens Architectural sculpture Grade II* [130]
Decorative keystones Britannic House, Moorgate 1924 c. 1924 Messrs Broadbent & Sons Edwin Lutyens Architectural sculpture Grade II* [130]
Lighthouse 42 Moorgate

51°31′00″N 0°05′20″W / 51.5166°N 0.0889°W / 51.5166; -0.0889 (Lighthouse)
1928 ? Aston Webb Architectural sculpture Built as the headquarter of Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation. Possibly previously had a working light.[131]
Neptune 42 Moorgate

51°31′00″N 0°05′20″W / 51.5166°N 0.0889°W / 51.5166; -0.0889 (Neptune)
1928 ? Aston Webb Architectural sculpture Built as the headquarter of Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation.[131]

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The Gardener Brewers' Hall Garden, London Wall, near the junction with Moorgate

51°31′02″N 0°05′33″W / 51.5172°N 0.0925°W / 51.5172; -0.0925 (The Gardener)
1971–1972 Karin Jonzen Statue [132]
Doors and screens 2 Moorgate 1973–1975 John Poole Fitzroy Robinson & Partners Bronze doors and screens Grade II Commissioned by Brown, Shipley & Co. The design on the doors is intended to represent "the interaction of spheres of influence".[133]
Doors 1 Moorgate 1980s ? Mountford and Gruning Bronze doors Grade II Thought to have been installed by the Banco di Napoli.[134][135]

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Memorial to George Dance the Younger Circus Place

51°31′02″N 0°05′12″W / 51.5172°N 0.0867°W / 51.5172; -0.0867 (Memorial to George Dance the Younger)
1999 Mel Morris Jones ? Obeliscal ventilation shaft
Manifold (Major Third) 5:4 Moorgate entrance of Liverpool Street station 2018 Conrad Shawcross Sculpture Installed 2023.[136] A representation of a piano chord falling into silence, created using a machine based on a Victorian harmonograph.[137]

Chartered Accountants' Hall

Main article: Chartered Accountants' Hall

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Allegorical frieze Moorgate Place and Great Swan Alley c. 1888–1893 Hamo Thornycroft John Belcher and Arthur Beresford Pite Reliefs Grade II* Sections represent the Arts, the Sciences, Crafts, Education, Commerce, Manufactures, Agriculture, Mining, Accountancy, Railways, Shipping, India and the Colonies and Building.[138]
Boys with Coat of Arms Moorgate Place 1890–1892 Harry Bates John Belcher and Arthur Beresford Pite Architectural sculpture Grade II* [138]
Corbel with winged, fish-tailed atlantes Corner of Great Swan Alley and Moorgate Place 1890–1892 Harry Bates John Belcher and Arthur Beresford Pite Architectural sculpture Grade II* [139]
Eleven terms Great Swan Alley 1890–1892 Harry Bates John Belcher and Arthur Beresford Pite Architectural sculpture Grade II* [140]
Brackets and corbel of niche Great Swan Alley, over the entrance 1890–1892 Attributed to Harry Bates John Belcher and Arthur Beresford Pite Architectural sculpture Grade II* The niche was intended to house a bronze statue of Queen Victoria, never realised. [141]
Justice Corner of Great Swan Alley and Moorgate Place 1892–1893 Hamo Thornycroft John Belcher and Arthur Beresford Pite Statue Grade II* [140]
Architecture frieze Great Swan Alley 1930–1931 James Alexander Stephenson John James Joass Relief Grade II* [142]
Six terms Great Swan Alley 1930–1931 Possibly by James Alexander Stephenson John James Joass Reliefs Grade II* [142]
Three historical panels Great Swan Alley 1969 David McFall William Whitfield Reliefs Grade II* [143]

Cordwainer

Main article: Cordwainer (ward)

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Royal progresses of Edward VI, Elizabeth I, Charles II and Queen Victoria 1 Poultry 1875 Joseph Kremer F. Chancellor (original building, 12–13 Poultry); James Stirling, Michael Wilford and Associates (current building) Reliefs Grade II* [144]
Hutton Panels Bank station (relocated from Bucklersbury House) 1960 John Hutton Engraved and etched glass panels

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Statue of Captain John Smith Bow Churchyard

51°30′49″N 0°05′38″W / 51.5137°N 0.0939°W / 51.5137; -0.0939 (Statue of Captain John Smith)
1960 (after an original of 1907) Charles Renick after William Couper Statue Grade II [145]

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The Cordwainer Watling Street

51°30′45″N 0°05′34″W / 51.5125°N 0.0928°W / 51.5125; -0.0928 (The Cordwainer)
2002 Alma Boyes Statue [146]

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Forgotten Streams Bloomberg London 2017 Cristina Iglesias Foster and Partners Sculpture [147]

Cornhill

Main article: Cornhill, London

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Relief with two sailors 37–38 Threadneedle Street 1803 c. 1803 John Bacon and a later restorer John Macvicar Anderson? Architectural sculpture Grade II [148]

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Statue of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington In front of the Royal Exchange

51°30′39″N 0°05′16″W / 51.5108°N 0.0878°W / 51.5108; -0.0878 (Statue of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington)
1837–1844 Francis Leggatt Chantrey and Henry Weekes Equestrian sculpture Grade II [149]
Pedimental sculpture Royal Exchange 1842–1844 Richard Westmacott Jr. William Tite Pedimental sculpture Grade I [150]
Statue of Richard Whittington Royal Exchange 1844 John Edward Carew William Tite Statue in niche Grade I [151]
Statue of Thomas Gresham Royal Exchange 1844–1845 William Behnes William Tite Statue in niche Grade I [152]
Statue of Hugh Myddelton Royal Exchange 1844–1845 Samuel Joseph William Tite Statue in niche Grade I [151]
Saint Michael Disputing with Satan About the Body of Moses; Blessing Christ; Adoring Angels St Michael, Cornhill 1856–1858 John Birnie Philip George Gilbert Scott Architectural sculpture Grade I [153]
Spandrel figures with camels 40 Threadneedle Street (formerly the Oriental Bank Corporation), in the alley leading to Adam's Court 1858–1859 ? ? Architectural sculpture Grade II [154]

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Statue of George Peabody Royal Exchange Buildings

51°30′50″N 0°05′11″W / 51.513943°N 0.086479°W / 51.513943; -0.086479 (Statue of George Peabody)
1869 William Wetmore Story Statue Grade II [155]

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Charity Royal Exchange Buildings

51°30′50″N 0°05′12″W / 51.513916°N 0.086604°W / 51.513916; -0.086604 (Charity)
1878–1879 Jules Dalou James Edmeston Drinking fountain Grade II [156]
Atlas Herms ("Persians") 71–73 Cornhill 1896 Henry Pegram Goymour Cuthbert Architectural sculpture Grade II [157]

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Metropolitan Drinking Fountain and Cattle Trough Association's Jubilee Drinking Fountain Royal Exchange Buildings

51°30′49″N 0°05′11″W / 51.5135°N 0.0865°W / 51.5135; -0.0865 (Jubilee Drinking Fountain)
1909–1911 Stephen R. Melton (current sculpture); J. Whitehead & Sons (original sculpture) J. Whitehead & Sons Drinking fountain with sculpture Grade II [158]

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Thomas Gray Birthplace Memorial 41 Cornhill 1917–1918 Frederick William Pomeroy Sydney Perks Plaque with portrait medallion Grade II [159]

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London Troops War Memorial Outside the Royal Exchange

51°30′49″N 0°05′17″W / 51.5135°N 0.0881°W / 51.5135; -0.0881 (London Troops War Memorial)
1919–1920 Alfred Drury and William Silver Frith Aston Webb War memorial Grade II* [160]

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St Michael Cornhill War Memorial St Michael, Cornhill

51°30′47″N 0°05′08″W / 51.5131°N 0.0856°W / 51.5131; -0.0856 (St Michael Cornhill War Memorial)
1920 Richard Reginald Goulden War memorial with sculpture Grade II* [161]
Boy and Duck Adam's Court 1922 (?) After Pierino da Vinci Fountain with sculpture Replica of a fountain in the Palazzo Pitti, Florence.[162]

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Bust of Abraham Lincoln Royal Exchange 1928 Andrew O'Connor Bust [163]

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Bust of Paul Reuter Royal Exchange Buildings

51°30′49″N 0°05′11″W / 51.5136°N 0.0864°W / 51.5136; -0.0864 (Bust of Paul Reuter)
1976 Michael Black Theo Crosby Herm bust [164]
Demeter 62–64 Cornhill 1989 Don Brown and Kevin Gordon (supervised by Terry Powell) Rolfe Judd Architectural sculpture [165]

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Statue of James Henry Greathead Cornhill

51°30′48″N 0°05′17″W / 51.5133°N 0.0880°W / 51.5133; -0.0880 (Statue of James Greathead)
1993–1994 James Butler Statue [166]
City Wing Corner of Old Broad Street and Threadneedle Walk

51°30′51″N 0°05′10″W / 51.5142°N 0.0861°W / 51.5142; -0.0861 (City Wing)
2013 Christopher Le Brun Eric Parry Architects Sculpture [167]

Gibson Hall

Main article: Gibson Hall, London

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Manchester Gibson Hall, 13 Bishopsgate 1864–1865 Henry Bursill or Felix Martin Miller John Gibson Sculptural group Grade I [168]
England Gibson Hall, 13 Bishopsgate 1864–1865 Henry Bursill or Felix Martin Miller John Gibson Sculptural group Grade I [168]
Wales Gibson Hall, 13 Bishopsgate 1864–1865 Henry Bursill or Felix Martin Miller John Gibson Sculptural group Grade I [168]
Birmingham Gibson Hall, 13 Bishopsgate 1864–1865 Henry Bursill or Felix Martin Miller John Gibson Statue Grade I [169]
Newcastle and the Pottery Districts Gibson Hall, 13 Bishopsgate 1864–1865 Henry Bursill or Felix Martin Miller John Gibson Statue Grade I [169]
Dover Gibson Hall, 13 Bishopsgate 1864–1865 Henry Bursill or Felix Martin Miller John Gibson Statue Grade I [169]
Birmingham Gibson Hall, 13 Bishopsgate 1864–1865 Henry Bursill or Felix Martin Miller John Gibson Statue Grade I [169]
London Gibson Hall, 13 Bishopsgate 1864–1865 Henry Bursill or Felix Martin Miller John Gibson Sculptural group Grade I [170]
The Arts Gibson Hall, 13 Bishopsgate 1864–1865 John Hancock John Gibson Relief Grade I [170]
Commerce Gibson Hall, 13 Bishopsgate 1864–1865 John Hancock John Gibson Relief Grade I [170]
Science Gibson Hall, 13 Bishopsgate 1864–1865 John Hancock John Gibson Relief Grade I [170]
Manufactures Gibson Hall, 13 Bishopsgate 1864–1865 John Hancock John Gibson Relief Grade I [171]
Agriculture Gibson Hall, 13 Bishopsgate 1864–1865 John Hancock John Gibson Relief Grade I [171]
Navigation Gibson Hall, 13 Bishopsgate 1864–1865 John Hancock John Gibson Relief Grade I [171]
Shipbuilding Gibson Hall, 13 Bishopsgate 1878 Charles Henry Mabey John Gibson Statue Grade I [169]
Mining Gibson Hall, 13 Bishopsgate 1878 Charles Henry Mabey John Gibson Statue Grade I [169]
Shipbuilding Gibson Hall, 13 Bishopsgate 1878 Charles Henry Mabey John Gibson Relief Grade I [171]
Mining Gibson Hall, 13 Bishopsgate 1878 Charles Henry Mabey John Gibson Relief Grade I [171]

Cripplegate

Main article: Cripplegate

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Science and Art; Education accompanied by Art and Science Former Cripplegate Institute (now UBS), Golden Lane 1894–1896 and 1910–1911 ? Sidney R. J. Smith and F. Hammond Architectural sculpture Grade II [172]
Saint Giles St Giles-without-Cripplegate 1951–1960 (?) ? Probably Godfrey Allen Statue in niche Grade I [173]

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Fleet Building Murals Cromwell Highwalk, Barbican Estate (relocated from Fleet Building, Farringdon Street) 1960 c. 1960 Dorothy Annan Ceramic mural panels Grade II [174]
Ascent Ben Jonson Place, Barbican Centre 1990 Charlotte Mayer Sculpture [175]

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The Barbican Muse Gilbert Highwalk, Barbican Centre

51°31′11″N 0°05′34″W / 51.5196°N 0.0929°W / 51.5196; -0.0929 (The Barbican Muse)
1993–1994 Matthew Spender suspended sculptures [176]

Dowgate

Main article: Dowgate

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Pediment with the company arms and decorative frieze Skinners' Hall, Dowgate Hill 1778–1779 ? William Jupp Relief sculpture Grade I [177]

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Memorial to the dead of
St John the Baptist upon Walbrook
Cloak Lane

51°30′42″N 0°05′28″W / 51.5115904°N 0.091207416°W / 51.5115904; -0.091207416 (St John the Baptist upon Walbrook Memorial)
1884 ? Monument Grade II [178]

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LIFFE Trader Dowgate Hill

51°30′39″N 0°05′28″W / 51.5107°N 0.0912°W / 51.5107; -0.0912 (LIFFE Trader)
1997 Stephen Melton Statue Formerly located on Walbrook in Cordwainer ward. Relocated to the Guildhall, and then to its current site on Dowgate Hill in 2021.[179][180]
Magister Equitum Whittington Gardens 2005 (after an original of 1924) After Duilio Cambellotti Sculpture [181]

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The Plumber's Apprentice Cannon Street station 2011 Martin Jennings Statue Commissioned by the Worshipful Company of Plumbers to mark its 400th anniversary; the guild's last livery hall stood on the site now occupied by the station.[182]

Farringdon Within

Main article: Farringdon Within

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Relief of Guy of Warwick 7 Newgate Street, at Warwick Lane 1688 ? Fitzroy Robinson (7 Newgate Street, 2000) Relief [183][184]

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Statue of Rowland Hill King Edward Street

51°30′59″N 0°05′55″W / 51.5163°N 0.0986°W / 51.5163; -0.0986 (Statue of Rowland Hill)
1882 Edward Onslow Ford Statue Grade II [185]

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Frieze Cutlers' Hall, Warwick Lane 1887 Benjamin Creswick or George Tinworth T. Tayler Smith Relief sculpture Grade II [186]
Tympanum and grotesque reliefs on metopes The Black Friar pub, corner of Queen Victoria Street and New Bridge Street 1904–1905 Nathaniel Hitch Herbert Fuller-Clark Architectural sculpture Grade II* [187]
Fretted sign plaques with friars The Black Friar pub, corner of Queen Victoria Street and New Bridge Street 1904–1905(?) ? Herbert Fuller-Clark Architectural sculpture Grade II* [187]
Allegorical reliefs of infants Meridian House, 34–35 Farringdon Street (formerly the offices of Babcock & Wilcox) 1921–1922 George Alexander Victor Wilkins Architectural relief sculptures [188]
Frieze with chess piece motifs St Paul's House, Warwick Lane 1963 Alan Collins Victor Heal Relief sculpture [189]
The Black Friar The Black Friar pub, corner of Queen Victoria Street and New Bridge Street 1983(?) ? Herbert Fuller-Clark Statue Grade II* [187]
Stained glass canopies Façade of 100 New Bridge Street 1991–1992 Brian Clarke Renton Howard Wood Levin Stained glass Two-part composition along the principal elevation.
Ceramic murals Waithman Street façade of 100 New Bridge Street 1992 Rupert Spira Renton Howard Wood Levin Ceramic murals [190][191]
Newgate Street Clock Newgate Street

51°30′56″N 0°05′56″W / 51.51552°N 0.09898°W / 51.51552; -0.09898 (Newgate Street Clock)
2007 Smith of Derby "Wandering hour" clock [192]
Christ's Hospital Memorial Garden of Christ Church Greyfriars 2017 Andrew Brown Sculpture [193]

Old Bailey

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Rail Travel and Sea Travel Britannia House, 16–17 Old Bailey ? Arthur Usher Architectural sculptures Grade II [194]

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Justice Central Criminal Court, Old Bailey, on lantern atop the dome 1905–1906 Frederick William Pomeroy Edward William Mountford Statue Grade II* [195]
Fortitude, Truth and the Recording Angel Central Criminal Court, Old Bailey, over the main door 1905–1906 Frederick William Pomeroy Edward William Mountford Architectural sculpture Grade II* [196]
Allegorical Figure Central Criminal Court, Old Bailey, north pediment 1906 Frederick William Pomeroy Edward William Mountford Architectural sculpture Grade II* [197]
Allegorical Figure Central Criminal Court, Old Bailey, south pediment 1906 Frederick William Pomeroy Edward William Mountford Architectural sculpture Grade II* [198]
Frieze Central Criminal Court, Old Bailey, recessed centre bay of the main façade 1906 Alfred Turner Edward William Mountford Architectural sculpture Grade II* [199]
Man with Pipe In front of 20 Old Bailey (Fleet Place development) 1992 Bruce MacLean Sculpture [200]
Echo Rear of 6 Old Bailey (Fleet Place development) 1993 Stephen Cox Sculpture [201]
Zuni-Zennor 10 Fleet Place 1993 Eilis O'Connor ? Architectural sculpture [202]

St Bartholomew-the-Great

Main article: St Bartholomew-the-Great

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Statue of Rahere West Porch of St Bartholomew-the-Great, overlooking the church path 1893 William Silver Frith Aston Webb Statue in niche Grade I [203]
Statue of Saint Bartholomew North Porch of St Bartholomew-the-Great, overlooking Cloth Fair 1893 William Silver Frith Aston Webb Statue in niche Grade I [204]
Statue of Saint Bartholomew Gatehouse of St Bartholomew-the-Great, overlooking West Smithfield 1917 William Silver Frith Aston Webb Statue in niche Grade II* [205]
War memorial Gatehouse of St Bartholomew-the-Great, facing West Smithfield 1917 William Silver Frith Aston Webb Crucifix Grade II* [205]

Farringdon Without

Main article: Farringdon Without

Chancery Lane

Main article: Chancery Lane

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Decorative sculpture on central block Maughan Library 1852–1853 John Thomas James Pennethorne Architectural sculpture Grade II* [206]
Statues of Queen Victoria, Elizabeth I, the Empress Matilda and Queen Anne Maughan Library 1866–1867 Joseph Durham James Pennethorne Statues Grade II* [207]
America, Australasia, Europe, Africa, India and Canada Maughan Library 1886 Attributed to Walter Crane Stucco panels [208]
Statues of Henry III and Edward III Maughan Library 1891–1896 Farmer & Brindley John Taylor Statues in niches Grade II* [209]
Reach Up Maughan Library 2004 Dorothy Brook Sculpture
Statue of Confucius Maughan Library 2010 ? Statue [210]
Travertine Frieze 40 Chancery Lane 2015 Susanna Heron Bennetts Associates Relief [211]

Fetter Lane

Main article: Fetter Lane

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Architectural sculpture 80 Fetter Lane 1902 John Daymond & Son Treadwell & Martin Relief sculptures Grade II [212]

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Statue of John Wilkes Fetter Lane 1988 James Butler Statue [213]

Holborn

Main article: Holborn

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Doom St Andrew, Holborn late 17th century ? Relief sculpture Grade I [214]
Charity Boy St Andrew, Holborn after 1721 ? Statue Grade I [215]
Charity Girl St Andrew, Holborn after 1721 ? Statue Grade I [215]
Dragon boundary mark on south side of road High Holborn

51°31′05″N 0°06′41″W / 51.518079°N 0.11127°W / 51.518079; -0.11127 (Dragon boundary marker, High Holborn)
mid-19th century (obelisk support) ? ? Statue on obelisk Grade II [216]

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Drinking fountain Churchyard of St Sepulchre-without-Newgate 1859 Wills Brothers Drinking fountain Grade II [217]
Fine Art Holborn Viaduct 1868–1869 Farmer & Brindley William Haywood Statue Grade II [218]
Science Holborn Viaduct 1868–1869 Farmer & Brindley William Haywood Statue Grade II [218]
Agriculture Holborn Viaduct 1868–1869 Farmer & Brindley William Haywood Statue Grade II [218]
Commerce Holborn Viaduct 1868–1869 Farmer & Brindley William Haywood Statue Grade II [218]
Winged lions Holborn Viaduct 1868–1870 Farmer & Brindley William Haywood Statues Grade II [218]
Coat of arms of the City of London Holborn Viaduct 1869 Farmer & Brindley William Haywood Relief Grade II [219]
Statue of Thomas Gresham Holborn Viaduct step-building 1869 Henry Bursill William Haywood Statue in niche [219]
Statue of Henry Fitz-Ailwin de Londonestone Holborn Viaduct step-building 1869 Henry Bursill William Haywood Statue in niche [220]
Seated dragons with spears Holborn Viaduct step-buildings 1869 Farmer & Brindley William Haywood Architectural sculpture [219]
Keystone heads Holborn Viaduct step-buildings 1869 probably Farmer & Brindley William Haywood Architectural sculpture [219]
Atlantes Holborn Viaduct step-buildings 1869, 2000 and ?2014 Henry Bursill, Carving Workshop and ? William Haywood and ? Atlantes [219]

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Statue of Albert, Prince Consort Holborn Circus 1869–1874 Charles Bacon Philip Charles Hardwick and William Haywood Equestrian statue with other sculpture Grade II [221]
Saint Andrew St Andrew Court House, St Andrew Street 1870 Samuel Sanders Teulon Statue in niche Grade II [222]
Faith enthroned between Hope and Charity City Temple, Holborn Viaduct 1873–1874 ? Lockwood & Mason Pediment sculpture Grade II [223]

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Royal Fusiliers War Memorial High Holborn 1920–1922 Albert Toft Cheadle and Harding Statue Grade II [224]
Reliefs of Africans and Europeans Former Diamond Trading Company and Anglo-American Corporation of South Africa building, Holborn Viaduct 1956–1957 Esmond Burton T. P. Bennett Relief sculptures [225]
Statue of William Walworth Holborn Viaduct step-building 2000 Carving Workshop, after Henry Bursill Statue in niche [220]
Statue of Sir Hugh Myddelton, 1st Baronet Holborn Viaduct step-building ?2014 after Henry Bursill Statue in niche

Smithfield

Main article: Smithfield, London

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Golden Boy of Pye Corner 1 Cock Lane late 17th century ? Statue in niche Grade II [226]

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Statue of Henry VIII St Bartholomew's Hospital 1702–1703 Francis Bird Statue in niche Grade I [227]
Lameness and Disease St Bartholomew's Hospital 1702–1703 possibly Edward Strong, Jr. Statue in niche Grade I [227]

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Fountain St Bartholomew's Hospital

51°31′03″N 0°06′00″W / 51.51746°N 0.100114°W / 51.51746; -0.100114 (Fountain at St Bartholomew's Hospital)
1859 Attributed to John Thomas Philip Charles Hardwick Fountain with sculpture Grade II [228]
Dublin and Liverpool; London and Edinburgh Smithfield Market 1868 Charles Kelsey Horace Jones Architectural sculpture Grade II* [229]
Memorial to John Rogers, John Bradford, John Philpot
and other Marian Martyrs
St Bartholomew's Hospital 1870 ? Habershon and Pite Memorial tablet Grade II [230]

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Peace drinking fountain West Smithfield Gardens 1871–1873 John Birnie Philip and Farmer & Brindley Francis Butler Drinking fountain with sculpture Grade II [96]
Smithfield Market War Memorial Grand Avenue, Smithfield Market

51°31′05″N 0°06′06″W / 51.5180°N 0.1018°W / 51.5180; -0.1018 (Smithfield Market War Memorial)
1921 G. Hawkings and Son War memorial Unveiled 22 July 1921.[231]

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Charles Lamb Centenary Memorial Giltspur Street 1935 William Reynolds-Stephens Bust in niche with architectural framework Grade I [232]

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Memorial to William Wallace St Bartholomew's Hospital 1956 ? Memorial tablet Grade II [233]

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Memorial to the Peasants' Revolt St Bartholomew's Hospital 2015 Emily Hoffnung Incised slate tablets Unveiled 15 July 2015 by Ken Loach. Wat Tyler was killed near this spot.[234][235]

Temple and western end of Fleet Street

Main articles: Temple, London and Fleet Street

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Statues of King Lud, Androgeus and Theomantius/Tenvantius St Dunstan-in-the-West, Fleet Street probably 1586 ? Statues Grade I [236]

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Statue of Elizabeth I St Dunstan-in-the-West, Fleet Street 1670–1699 ? probably John Shaw, Jr. Statue in niche Grade I [236]
Clock figures St Dunstan-in-the-West, Fleet Street 1671 (modified in 1738) Thomas Harrys Wooden figures Grade I [237]

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Temple Fountain Fountain Court, Middle Temple 1681 ? Fountain Grade II Thought to be the oldest permanent fountain in London. The characters Ruth Pinch and John Westlock met here in Dickens's Martin Chuzzlewit (1842–1844).[238]
Lamb and Flag keystone Middle Temple Gateway, Fleet Street 1683–1684 ? Roger North Relief on keystone Grade I [239]
Black man supporting a sundial Inner Temple Garden, near Paper Buildings Early 18th century? Attributed to John Nost Statue with sundial Said to have been bought by the Earl of Clare in 1705 and given to Clement's Inn in recompense after the Earl's Indian servant had killed two of the Inn's students. Moved to this site in about 1905.[240]
Monument to John Hiccocks Master in Chancery Inner Temple Lane

51°30′49″N 0°06′36″W / 51.513503°N 0.110064°W / 51.513503; -0.110064 (Monument to John Hiccocks)
Early 18th century ? Recumbent effigy Grade II [241]
Sir James Duke Drinking Fountain In front of St Dunstan-in-the-West 1859–1860 John Shaw, Jr. Drinking fountain Grade II [242]
Learning and Justice Temple Gardens 1878–1879 William Calder Marshall Edward Middleton Barry Statues in niches Grade II [243]
Architectural sculpture Temple Gardens 1878–1879 Mabey & Co. Edward Middleton Barry Architectural sculpture Grade II [243]

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City Dragon Temple Bar Marker 1879–1880 Charles Bell Birch Horace Jones Statue Grade II [244]

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Statue of Queen Victoria Temple Bar Marker 1879–1880 Joseph Edgar Boehm Horace Jones Statue Grade II [244]

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Statue of Edward VII as Prince of Wales Temple Bar Marker 1879–1880 Joseph Edgar Boehm Horace Jones Statue Grade II [244]
Statues of Christ, Solomon, Alfred the Great and Moses Royal Courts of Justice 1882 ? George Edmund Street Architectural sculptures Grade I [245]
Prudence, Justice and Liberality 49–50 Fleet Street (Norwich Union) 1913 A. Stanley Young Jack McMullen Brooks Relief sculpture [246]
Memorial to Charles Lamb Inner Temple Garden 1928 (present sculpture a copy of 1971) Margaret Wrightson Statue [247]

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Memorial to Alfred Harmsworth, 1st Baron Northcliffe St Dunstan-in-the-West, Fleet Street 1929–1930 Kathleen Scott Edwin Lutyens Memorial with bust Grade I [248]
Keystones Serjeant's Inn 1951–1958 ? Devereux & Davis Relief sculptures on keystones [249]

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Monument for the Millennium Temple Court 1999 Nicola Hicks Ptolemy Dean Column with sculptural group [86]
Justice Hare Court, Inner Temple 2007 Tanya Russell Sculpture [250]

Victoria Embankment

For works in this area, see List of public art on the Victoria Embankment § City of London.

Langbourn

Main article: Langbourn

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Mercers' Maiden Corbet Court 1669 ? Relief [251]
Electricity and Speed Façade of the former Bank tube station, King William Street 1899 Oliver Wheatley Sidney R. J. Smith Reliefs [252]
Japanese Figures Asia House, 31–33 Lime Street 1912–1913 John Broad Fair and Myer Reliefs [253]
Doors with scenes from the history of Cornhill 32 Cornhill 1939 Walter Gilbert after designs by B. P. Arnold ? Carved wooden doors [254]
Street signs
George and Dragon; Crown and Thistle; Bell and Rope; Acorn; George and Vulture
George Yard entrance of Barclays Bank, 54 Lombard Street 1959–1964 Charles Wheeler A. T. Scott and V. Helbing (original setting) Reliefs Representing earlier occupants of the site, the signs are survivals from the Barclays building that previously stood here, incorporated into its successor built from 1986 to 1994.[162]

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Gilt of Cain Fen Court, Fenchurch Street 2008 Gareth Howat, Lemn Sissay and Michael Visocchi Memorial Commemorates the bicentenary of the Slave Trade Act 1807, which abolished the transatlantic slave trade.[255]

Lime Street

Main article: Lime Street (ward)

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Navigation Leadenhall Street Early 20th century Percy George Bentham Architectural sculpture Originally installed at the P&O headquarters at the junction of Leadenhall Street and St Mary Axe.[256]
Allegorical group Lloyd's building, Leadenhall Street 1925–1928 Charles Doman Edwin Cooper Pedimental sculpture Grade I A globe in the centre is flanked by a reclining male figure (Shipping, accompanied by an owl for Wisdom) and a mirroring female figure (Commerce, accompanied by a lion for Courage and a beehive for Industry).[257]
Roebuck and Ram Leathersellers' Hall, 7 St Helen's Place 2000 Mark Coreth Sculptures The heraldic beasts of the Worshipful Company of Leathersellers.[258]
The Flesher St Helen's Place 2017 Etienne Millner Statue Unveiled 16 May 2017 by the Earl of Wessex.[258]
Absent St Mary Axe 2018 Nicholas Dimbleby Sculpture Marks the centenary of the Armistice of 11 November 1918.[259]

Portsoken

Main article: Portsoken

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Charity Boy The Aldgate School, Duke's Place 1710–1711 c. 1710–1711 ? Arthur William Cooksey (1908 setting) Statue in niche Grade II* [260]
Charity Girl The Aldgate School, Duke's Place 1710–1711 c. 1710–1711 ? Arthur William Cooksey (1908 setting) Statue in niche Grade II* [260]

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Frederic David Mocatta Memorial Fountain Aldgate High Street, outside St Botolph's Aldgate 1906 ? ? Drinking fountain [261]
Ridirich Little Somerset Street 1980 Keith McCarter Sculpture [262]
Sanctuary St Botolph's Aldgate churchyard 1985 Naomi Blake Sculpture [263]

Queenhithe

Main article: Queenhithe

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

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Tylers and Bricklayers Millennium Sundial Paul's Walk 1999 Piers Nicholson Royal Engineers Polar sundial [264]
HSBC Gates Queen Victoria Street, on the approach to the Millennium Bridge 1999–2000 Anthony Caro, assisted by Gavin Morris Sculpture [265]
Queenhithe Dock Mosaic Queenhithe 2011–2014 London School of Mosaic Mosaic Unveiled 18 November 2014. A 30m-long mosaic telling the history of the dock.[266]

Tower

Main article: Tower (ward)

See also: List of public art in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets § Tower Hill

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Skulls Gateway (on Seething Lane) of St Olave, Hart Street

51°30′39″N 0°04′45″W / 51.5107°N 0.0793°W / 51.5107; -0.0793 (Skulls)
1658 ? ? Tympanum sculpture Grade II* [267]
Arms of Trinity House and medallions of George III and Queen Charlotte Trinity House, Trinity Square 1793–1796 John Bacon the Elder Samuel Wyatt Relief Grade I [268]
Putti with nautical instruments Trinity House (west pavilion), Trinity Square 1793–1796 John Bacon the Elder Samuel Wyatt Relief Grade I [268]
Putti with nautical instruments Trinity House (east pavilion), Trinity Square 1793–1796 John Bacon the Elder Samuel Wyatt Relief Grade I [268]
Virgin and Child, Saint Ethelburga and Lancelot Andrewes All Hallows-by-the-Tower, Byward Street elevation 1892–1895 Nathaniel Hitch John Loughborough Pearson Statues in niches Grade I [269]
Architectural sculpture Lloyd's Register of Shipping, 71 Fenchurch Street 1899–1901 George Frampton and John Edward Taylersen T. E. Collcutt Reliefs, statuettes and corbels Grade II* Includes, in the spandrels, the arms of Dublin, Belfast, Cardiff, Southampton, Bristol, Liverpool, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, the City of London and Middlesbrough.[270]
Mermen 60 Fenchurch Street 1906 Henry Charles Fehr? James Glen Sivewright Gibson Atlantes [271]
Father Thames 10 Trinity Square 1921–1922 Albert Hodge and Charles Doman Edwin Cooper Statue in niche Grade II* [272]
Exportation 10 Trinity Square 1921–1922 Albert Hodge and Charles Doman Edwin Cooper Architectural sculpture Grade II* [272]
Produce 10 Trinity Square 1921–1922 Albert Hodge and Charles Doman Edwin Cooper Architectural sculpture Grade II* [272]
Commerce 10 Trinity Square 1921–1922 Albert Hodge and Charles Doman Edwin Cooper Architectural sculpture Grade II* [272]
Navigation 10 Trinity Square 1921–1922 Albert Hodge and Charles Doman Edwin Cooper Architectural sculpture Grade II* [272]
Putti Portsoken House, 84–85 The Minories 1927–1928 Philip Lindsey Clark George Val Myer Architectural sculpture [71]
Toc H Lamp All Hallows-by-the-Tower, Tower Hill Terrace elevation 1945–1957 Cecil Thomas John Seely, 2nd Baron Mottistone Relief Grade I [269]
Dragon boundary marks Byward Street

51°30′34″N 0°04′43″W / 51.5094°N 0.0786°W / 51.5094; -0.0786 (Byward Street dragon boundary marks)
1960s [273]
Judex Goodman's Yard 1982 Keith McCarter Sculpture [274]

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Bust of Samuel Pepys Seething Lane Garden 1983 Karin Jonzen Bust [275]

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Two Crutched Friars Friary Court, Crutched Friars

51°30′44″N 0°04′37″W / 51.5122°N 0.0770°W / 51.5122; -0.0770 (Two Crutched Friars)
1984–1985 Michael Black Chapman Taylor Partners Statues in niche [276]

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Malta George Cross Memorial
Siege of Malta
Tower Place, Byward Street, near All Hallows-by-the-Tower

51°30′34″N 0°04′47″W / 51.5095°N 0.0796°W / 51.5095; -0.0796 (Malta George Cross Memorial)
2005 ? ? Memorial [277]

Vintry

Main article: Vintry

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Abundance Five Kings House, Queen Street Place, over central doorway 1911 Frank Lynn Jenkins T. E. Collcutt and Stanley Hamp Architectural sculpture Grade II [278]
Mercury and Agriculture(?) Five Kings House, corner of Upper Thames Street and Queen Street Place 1911–1912 c. 1911–1912 G. D. Macdougald T. E. Collcutt and Stanley Hamp Architectural sculpture Grade II [279]
Nude Figures Restraining Pegasus Five Kings House, Queen Street Place, pediment of the northern pavilion 1911–1912 c. 1911–1912 Attributed to Richard Garbe T. E. Collcutt and Stanley Hamp Architectural sculpture Grade II [280]
Keystone and corbel groups Five Kings House, Queen Street Place, north doorway 1911–1912 c. 1911–1912 ? T. E. Collcutt and Stanley Hamp Architectural sculpture Grade II [278]
The Fruits of Land and Water Five Kings House, Queen Street Place, pediment of the southern pavilion 1911–1912 c. 1911–1912 Richard Garbe T. E. Collcutt and Stanley Hamp Architectural sculpture Grade II [278]
Wisdom in Commerce; Galleon Five Kings House, Queen Street Place, southern pavilion 1911–1912 c. 1911–1912 Richard Garbe (spandrel relief); William Bainbridge Reynolds (galleon) T. E. Collcutt and Stanley Hamp Architectural sculpture Grade II [281]
Putti with Attributes Five Kings House, Queen Street Place, south side of the southern pavilion 1911–1912 c. 1911–1912 Attributed to Richard Garbe T. E. Collcutt and Stanley Hamp Architectural sculpture Grade II [282]
Female Figure (Bacchante?) with Goats Vintners' Place, Queen Street Place entrance 1927–1928 Herbert William Palliser Kersey, Gale & Spooner Relief [282]

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Zodiacal clock Bracken House, Cannon Street 1955–1959 Frank Dobson and Philip Bentham Albert Richardson Astronomical clock Grade II* The face of Winston Churchill appears at the centre of the clock, in place of Apollo.[283]

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Swan Marker and Barge Master or The Vintners Little Trinity Lane 2007 Vivien Mallock Sculptural group

Walbrook

Main article: Walbrook

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London Stone 111 Cannon Street Uncertain; possibly Roman Fletcher Priest Architects (2018 setting) Stone Grade II* [284][285]
The City of London Trampling Envy and Receiving the Benefits of Plenty Brought to London by the River Thames Mansion House 1744–1745 Robert Taylor George Dance the Elder Pedimental sculpture Grade I [286]
Saint Anthony Abbot Grocers' Hall, Grocers' Hall Court 1889–1893 ? ? Statue From the 19th-century Grocers' Hall designed by H. Cowell Boyes; incorporated into the new building of 1970.[287]
Courage and Integrity NatWest, 1 Prince's Street (Prince's Street elevation) 1931 Charles Doman Edwin Cooper Statues in niches Grade II [288]
Security and Prosperity NatWest, 1 Prince's Street (Mansion House Street elevation) 1931 Charles Doman Edwin Cooper Statues in niches Grade II [288]
Britannia with Mercury, Truth and Higher and Lower Mathematics NatWest, 1 Prince's Street (overlooking Mansion House Corner) 1931–1932 Ernest Gillick Edwin Cooper Sculptural group Grade II [288]
Boy with Goose 27 Poultry 1936–1937 William Reid Dick Edwin Lutyens Architectural sculpture Grade I Two sculptural groups on the corners of the building, each a mirror-image of the other. Thought to derive from the Hellenistic sculptor Boethus's composition of a boy strangling a goose.[289]
The Arts St Swithin's House, Walbrook 1951 Siegfried Charoux R. W. Symonds Architectural sculpture A group of five monumental male nudes.[290]
Manual Labour St Swithin's House, Walbrook 1951 Siegfried Charoux R. W. Symonds Architectural sculpture Figures of a fisherman, a blacksmith, a miner and a shepherd.[291]
Thistles, Lion, Eagle with Thistles, Crowned Helmet 36–39 Poultry 1969–1970 Mitzi Cunliffe Joseph, F. Milton Cashmore and Partners Reliefs [292]
City Dragons Bank tube station 1994 Gerald Laing Reliefs [293]
Line drawings of buildings at Bank junction Bank tube station 1995 Doug Patterson Enamel panels [293][294]
Memorial to Catrin ferch Owain Glyndŵr
and to the suffering of all women and children in war
St Swithin's Church Garden 2001 Richard Renshaw Nic Stradlyn-John Sculpture Unveiled 16 September 2001 by Siân Phillips.[295] The garden was re-landscaped in 2010.[296]

Bank of England

Main article: Bank of England

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Doors Threadneedle Street façade 1928–1931 Charles Wheeler John Soane Reliefs Grade I [297]
Telamones and caryatides Threadneedle Street façade, beneath the portico 1928–1931 Charles Wheeler Herbert Baker High-relief figures Grade I [298]
Keystone Threadneedle Street façade 1928–1931 Charles Wheeler Herbert Baker Relief Grade I [299]
The Lady of the Bank Threadneedle Street façade 1929–1930 Charles Wheeler Herbert Baker Pedimental sculpture Grade I [298]
Statue of John Soane Lothbury façade

51°30′52″N 0°05′21″W / 51.5144°N 0.0892°W / 51.5144; -0.0892 (Statue of John Soane)
1930–1937 William Reid Dick Herbert Baker High-relief statue in niche Grade I [300]
The Lothbury Ladies Lothbury façade 1932–1937 Charles Wheeler Herbert Baker Architectural sculpture Grade I [301]
Goods Yard Doors Lothbury façade 1934–1938 Charles Wheeler Herbert Baker Reliefs Grade I [302]
Lothbury Court Doors, or Bullion Doors Lothbury façade 1934–1938 Charles Wheeler Herbert Baker Reliefs Grade I [302]
Door Princes Street façade 1935 Charles Wheeler Herbert Baker Reliefs Grade I [303]
Ariel or The Spirit of the Winds Tivoli Corner

51°30′53″N 0°05′17″W / 51.5146°N 0.0880°W / 51.5146; -0.0880 (Ariel or The Spirit of the Winds)
1935–1937 Charles Wheeler Herbert Baker Architectural sculpture Grade I [303]
Keystones Tivoli Corner 1935–1937 Charles Wheeler Herbert Baker Architectural sculpture Grade I [303]

See also

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