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

Bloomsbury

Main article: Bloomsbury

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Statue of George I Atop the spire of St George's Church

51°31′03″N 0°07′30″W / 51.51762°N 0.12498°W / 51.51762; -0.12498
1730 Nicholas Hawksmoor Architectural sculpture Grade I [1]

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Statue of Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz Queen Square

51°31′19″N 0°07′22″W / 51.52207°N 0.12274°W / 51.52207; -0.12274
1775 c. 1775 ? N/A Statue Grade II [2]

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Statue of Francis Russell, 5th Duke of Bedford Russell Square

51°31′16″N 0°07′32″W / 51.52118°N 0.12543°W / 51.52118; -0.12543
1809 Richard Westmacott N/A Statue Grade II [3]

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Statue of Charles James Fox Bloomsbury Square

51°31′09″N 0°07′24″W / 51.51929°N 0.12327°W / 51.51929; -0.12327
1816 Richard Westmacott N/A Statue Grade II* [4]

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Statue of John Cartwright Cartwright Gardens

51°31′37″N 0°07′36″W / 51.52685°N 0.12670°W / 51.52685; -0.12670
1831 George Clarke N/A Statue Grade II [3]

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The Progress of Civilisation Tympanum of the British Museum 1851 Richard Westmacott Robert Smirke Architectural sculpture Grade I [5]

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Drinking fountain with a figure of the Woman of Samaria Guilford Place opoosite Coram's Fields

51°31′25″N 0°07′10″W / 51.52348°N 0.11945°W / 51.52348; -0.11945
1870 ? Henry Darbishire Drinking fountain with sculpture Grade II [6]

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Euterpe St George's Gardens

51°31′34″N 0°7′14.3″W / 51.52611°N 0.120639°W / 51.52611; -0.120639
1898 ? N/A Statue (formerly architectural sculpture) Grade II Terracotta statue from the demolished Apollo Inn on Tottenham Court Road by Charles Fitzroy Doll.[7]

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Lions King Edward VII Galleries, British Museum, Montague Place 1909 George Frampton John James Burnet and Thomas S. Tait Grade I [8]
Statue of Joseph Priestley 30 Russell Square (formerly the Institute of Chemistry) 1914 Gilbert Bayes John James Burnet Architectural sculpture Grade II [9][10]

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The Rangers', 12th London Regiment War Memorial Chenies Street 1923 N/A Leonard Culliford Cenotaph Grade II Unveiled 10 November 1923.[11]

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Memorial to Louisa Aldrich-Blake Tavistock Square

51°31′29″N 0°7′40.9″W / 51.52472°N 0.128028°W / 51.52472; -0.128028
1926 Arthur George Walker Edwin Lutyens Memorial with bust Grade II [12][13]

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Bust of Hippocrates University College London Building, Gower Place/Gower Street

51°31′30.41″N 0°8′8.09″W / 51.5251139°N 0.1355806°W / 51.5251139; -0.1355806
1930 Architectural sculpture N/A [14]

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Memorial to Richard Trevithick Gower Street 1933 Leonard Stanford Merrifield N/A Relief plaque N/A [15]
Bust of Frederick Craufurd Goodenough London House (Goodenough College), Mecklenburgh Square 1936 William McMillan Herbert Baker Architectural sculpture Grade II [16][17]
Bust of Thomas Coram Foundling Museum, Brunswick Square 1937 c. 1937 William McMillan J. M. Shepherd Architectural sculpture Grade II [3]

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The Spirit of Brotherhood Congress House, Great Russell Street

51°31′03″N 0°07′43″W / 51.51750°N 0.12858°W / 51.51750; -0.12858
1958 Bernard Meadows David Aberdeen Architectural sculpture Grade II* [18]

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Statue of Thomas Coram Outside the Foundling Museum, Brunswick Square

51°31′30″N 0°07′17″W / 51.52513°N 0.12149°W / 51.52513; -0.12149
1963 William McMillan N/A Statue Grade II [3]

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Statue of Mahatma Gandhi Tavistock Square

51°31′30″N 0°07′45″W / 51.52504°N 0.12904°W / 51.52504; -0.12904
1968 Fredda Brilliant N/A Statue Grade II [13]
Beneath the Skin Outside Bupa House, Bloomsbury Way 1991 Peter Randall-Page N/A Sculpture N/A

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Conscientious Objectors Commemorative Stone Tavistock Square 1994 Hugh Court N/A Commemorative stone N/A [13]

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Statue of Thiruvalluvar Outside School of Oriental and African Studies 1996 N/A Statue N/A

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The Green Man Woburn Square

51°31′23.1″N 0°7′45.5″W / 51.523083°N 0.129306°W / 51.523083; -0.129306
1999 Lydia Kapinska N/A Sculpture N/A Inspired by Virginia Woolf's novel The Waves (1931).[19]
Peter Pan Great Ormond Street Hospital 2000 Diarmuid Byron O'Connor N/A Sculpture N/A [20]

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Memorial to Andrew Meller Queen Square

51°31′18.2″N 0°7′20.7″W / 51.521722°N 0.122417°W / 51.521722; -0.122417
2001 Patricia Finch N/A Sculpture N/A [20]

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Bust of Virginia Woolf Tavistock Square

51°31′27.9″N 0°7′44″W / 51.524417°N 0.12889°W / 51.524417; -0.12889
2004 (cast of an original of 1931) Stephen Tomlin N/A Bust N/A [13][21]
Tinker Bell Great Ormond Street Hospital 2005 Diarmuid Byron O'Connor N/A Sculpture N/A [20]
Lions and unicorns fighting for the crown On the spire of St George's Church

51°31′03″N 0°07′30″W / 51.51762°N 0.12498°W / 51.51762; -0.12498
2006 Tim Crawley Nicholas Hawksmoor Architectural sculpture Grade I [22]
Sundial Torrington Square

51°31′18.8″N 0°7′46.5″W / 51.521889°N 0.129583°W / 51.521889; -0.129583
2008 N/A Armillary sphere N/A
Sam
Patricia Penn
Queen Square

51°31′16″N 0°7′19.4″W / 51.52111°N 0.122056°W / 51.52111; -0.122056
2009 (after an original of 1997) ? N/A Sculpture N/A Patricia Penn (1914–1992) was a nurse who campaigned against the demolition of historic buildings in the 1970s. The original sculpture donated to the square in her memory was stolen in 2007.[23]

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Bust of Rabindranath Tagore Gordon Square 2011 Shenda Amery N/A Bust N/A [24]

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Bust of Noor Inayat Khan Gordon Square 2012 Karen Newman N/A Bust N/A [25]
Bust of Leonard Wolfson, Baron Wolfson Queen Square

51°31′20″N 0°07′21″W / 51.522121°N 0.122524°W / 51.522121; -0.122524
2017 Nick Roberson N/A Bust N/A [26]

Camden Town

Main article: Camden Town

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Statue of Richard Cobden Camden High Street

51°32′05″N 0°08′20″W / 51.53474°N 0.13891°W / 51.53474; -0.13891
1868 Wills Brothers N/A Statue Grade II [3]

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Matilda Fountain
Matilda Kent
Gloucester Gate

51°32′08″N 0°08′51″W / 51.53552°N 0.14741°W / 51.53552; -0.14741
1878 Joseph Durham N/A Fountain with sculpture Grade II [27]
Memorial to Charles Dibdin St Martin's Gardens 1889 ? N/A Celtic cross Grade II [28]
Generations Maitland Park Villas

51°32′51.5″N 0°9′22″W / 51.547639°N 0.15611°W / 51.547639; -0.15611
1971 Geoffrey Harris N/A Sculptural group N/A [29]
Seated figure Westminster Kingsway College on Longford Street

51°31′34″N 0°08′29″W / 51.526041°N 0.141376°W / 51.526041; -0.141376
1976 Jean Bullock N/A Sculpture N/A [30]

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Cat statues Entrance to former Carreras Cigarette Factory, Hampstead Road

51°32′00″N 0°08′22″W / 51.5334°N 0.1395°W / 51.5334; -0.1395
1996 N/A
Black cat motifs Façade of former Carreras Cigarette Factory, Hampstead Road

51°32′01″N 0°08′23″W / 51.5335°N 0.1398°W / 51.5335; -0.1398
1996 N/A

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Burma Railway Memorial
Far East Prisoners of War
Junction of Crowndale Road, Eversholt Street and Mornington Street 2012 Chris Roche (1104 Architects) War memorial N/A Unveiled 21 September 2012[31] by the Viscount Slim, whose father Field Marshal Slim was a commander of the Burma Corps. A granite plaque with an illustration by Ronald Searle, who had been an FEPOW, mounted on a cruciform base of railway sleepers and sections of rail track, alluding to the Burma Railway.[32]

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Statue of Amy Winehouse Camden Stables Market 2014 Scott Eaton N/A Statue N/A [33]
Horses Camden Stables Market

51°32′31″N 0°08′50″W / 51.54196°N 0.14729°W / 51.54196; -0.14729
Sculpture N/A

Covent Garden

Main article: List of public art in Covent Garden § London Borough of Camden

Euston Road

Main article: Euston Road

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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes

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Caryatids St Pancras New Church

51°31′39″N 0°07′48″W / 51.52742°N 0.12990°W / 51.52742; -0.12990
John Charles Felix Rossi William Inwood and Henry William Inwood Architectural sculpture Grade I
Britannia St Pancras railway station, Pancras Road side

51°31′49″N 0°07′28″W / 51.53025°N 0.12455°W / 51.53025; -0.12455
George Gilbert Scott Architectural sculpture Grade I

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Statue of Robert Stephenson Euston railway station

51°31′40″N 0°07′57″W / 51.52786°N 0.13257°W / 51.52786; -0.13257
1871 Carlo Marochetti N/A Statue Grade II [34]

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London and North Western Railway War Memorial Outside Euston railway station

51°31′38″N 0°07′57″W / 51.5272°N 0.13258°W / 51.5272; -0.13258
1921 Ambrose Neale Reginald Wynn Owen War memorial Grade II* [35]
Euston Arch tile motif Euston tube station, Victoria line platforms 1968 Tom Eckersley Ceramic mural N/A [36]
Five crowns on a cross tile motif King's Cross St Pancras tube station, Victoria line platforms 1968 Tom Eckersley Ceramic mural N/A [36]

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Piscator
Erwin Piscator
Forecourt of Euston railway station 1980 Eduardo Paolozzi Sculpture N/A [37]

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Newton
Isaac Newton
Forecourt of the British Library

51°31′45″N 0°07′39″W / 51.52904°N 0.12762°W / 51.52904; -0.12762
1995 Eduardo Paolozzi Sculpture Grade I [37]

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Saint Joan by George Bernard Shaw Shaw Theatre (entrance on Ossulston Street)

51°31′43.9″N 0°7′40.8″W / 51.528861°N 0.128000°W / 51.528861; -0.128000
2002 (after an original of 1971) Keith Grant Sculpture N/A [38]
Archangel Michael
Victims of the 7 July 2005 bombings
St Pancras New Church

51°31′36.9″N 0°7′48.4″W / 51.526917°N 0.130111°W / 51.526917; -0.130111
2004 Emily Young N/A Sculpture N/A [39]
Monolith and Shadow University College Hospital 2005 John Aiken Sculpture N/A [40]

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The Meeting Place St Pancras railway station 2007 Paul Day N/A N/A [41]

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Statue of John Betjeman St Pancras railway station 2007 Martin Jennings N/A Statue N/A [42]
Unity Unison headquarters 2011 Wendy Taylor Sculpture N/A [43]
Statue of Matthew Flinders Euston railway station 2014 Mark Richards N/A Statue N/A [44]

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Statue of Nigel Gresley King's Cross railway station 2016 Hazel Reeves N/A Statue N/A [45]

Fitzrovia

Main article: Fitzrovia

Part of Fitzrovia lies outside Camden; for works not listed here see List of public art in St Marylebone#Fitzrovia.

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
"Warren" tile motif Warren Street tube station, Victoria line platforms 1968 Alan Fletcher Ceramic mural N/A [36]

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View Fitzroy Square

51°31′22.6″N 0°8′22.7″W / 51.522944°N 0.139639°W / 51.522944; -0.139639
1977 Naomi Blake N/A Sculpture N/A
Fitzrovia Mural Whitfield Gardens

51°31′15″N 0°08′06″W / 51.520765°N 0.135089°W / 51.520765; -0.135089 (Fitzrovia Mural)
1980 Simon Barber and Mick Jones N/A Mural N/A The mural depicts "various unnamed characters of Fitzrovia and greedy speculators". Barber painted the bottom half and Jones (son of the trade unionist Jack Jones) the top half. As of 2013 the work was in poor condition.[46]

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Statue of Francisco de Miranda Corner of Fitzroy Square and Fitzroy Street 1990 (after an original of 1895) After Rafael de la Cova N/A Statue N/A Stands close to 58 Grafton Way ("Casa Miranda"), where the Venezuelan revolutionary lived with his English wife from 1802 to 1810.[47]
The One and The Many Fitzroy Place 2015 Peter Randall-Page N/A Sculpture N/A [48]

Hampstead

Main article: Hampstead

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Virgin and Child St Mary's Church, on façade of tower

51°33′25″N 0°10′50″W / 51.556967°N 0.18045°W / 51.556967; -0.18045
1850 c. 1850 William Wardell Statue in niche Grade II*
Roebuck Tympanum of the Roebuck pub, Pond Street

51°33′14″N 0°10′03″W / 51.5538°N 0.1674°W / 51.5538; -0.1674
Late 1860s ? ? Architectural sculpture Grade II [49]
Drinking fountain Rosslyn Hill

51°33′18″N 0°10′25″W / 51.554977°N 0.17362°W / 51.554977; -0.17362
1875 c. 1875 ? ? Drinking fountain Grade II [50]
Drinking fountain
William Warburton Pearce
South End Green

51°33′15″N 0°09′55″W / 51.5542°N 0.1654°W / 51.5542; -0.1654
1880 J. H. Evins (designer) J. Holland (builder) Drinking fountain Grade II [51]

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Chalybeate well
Susanna Noel
Well Walk

51°33′33″N 0°10′24″W / 51.559177°N 0.17345°W / 51.559177; -0.17345
1882 H. S. Legg Grade II
Woman Outside 28A High Street

51°33′21″N 0°10′36″W / 51.55591°N 0.17672°W / 51.55591; -0.17672
Architectural sculpture N/A [52]

Hampstead Heath

Main article: Hampstead Heath

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Hampstead War Memorial Junction of Spaniards Road and North End Way

51°33′46″N 0°10′47″W / 51.562792°N 0.179597°W / 51.562792; -0.179597
1922 N/A Reginald Blomfield Obelisk Grade II [53][54]
Mural Platforms of Hampstead Heath railway station 2011 Johnson Tiles and Clare Woods N/A Ceramic mural N/A [55]

Highgate

Main article: Highgate

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Statue of Sir Sydney Waterlow, 1st Baronet Waterlow Park

51°34′09″N 0°08′42″W / 51.56919°N 0.14503°W / 51.56919; -0.14503
1900 Frank Taubman N/A Statue Grade II [56]

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Tomb of Karl Marx Highgate Cemetery

51°33′58″N 0°08′38″W / 51.56623°N 0.14379°W / 51.56623; -0.14379
1956 Laurence Bradshaw N/A Bust Grade I [57]

Holborn

Main article: Holborn

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Statue of Thomas More Thomas More Chambers, 51 and 52 Carey Street 1886 Robert Smith George Sherrin Statue in niche Grade II [58][59]

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Statue of John Bunyan Baptist Church House, Southampton Row 1903 Richard Garbe Arthur Keen Statue in niche Grade II* [60]
Statue of Edward I 114 and 115 High Holborn c. 1903–1904 Richard Garbe Arthur Keen Architectural sculpture Grade II
Statue of Edward VII 114 and 115 High Holborn c. 1903–1904 Richard Garbe Arthur Keen Architectural sculpture Grade II
Bust of Charles Dickens Holborn Bars, High Holborn 1907 Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald Alfred Waterhouse Bust [61]

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Statue of Francis Bacon South Square, Gray's Inn 1912 F. W. Pomeroy N/A Statue Grade II [62]

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Memorial to Margaret Ethel MacDonald Lincoln's Inn Fields 1914 Richard Reginald Goulden Memorial seat with sculpture Grade II [63]

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Lincoln's Inn War Memorial New Square, Lincoln's Inn 1921 War memorial Grade II Unveiled 16 March 1921.[64]
Memorial to Frederick Smith, 2nd Viscount Hambleden Lincoln's Inn Fields 1929 Arthur George Walker (lost bust) Edwin Lutyens Pedestal in the form of a seat Grade II [65][66]
Bust of John Hunter Lincoln's Inn Fields 1979 Nigel Boonham N/A Bust N/A [67]

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Bust of Bertrand Russell Red Lion Square 1980 Marcelle Quinton N/A Bust N/A [68]

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Camdonian Lincoln's Inn Fields 1980 Barry Flanagan N/A Sculpture N/A [69]

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Statue of Fenner Brockway Red Lion Square 1985 Ian Walters N/A Statue N/A [3]
Dolphin Between High Holborn and Lincoln's Inn Fields 1989 Anna Richtner Pentney Architectural sculpture N/A

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Square the Block London School of Economics New Academic Building, corner of Kingsway and Sardinia Street

51°30′54″N 0°7′6.8″W / 51.51500°N 0.118556°W / 51.51500; -0.118556
2009 Richard Wilson Architectural sculpture N/A [70]
Royal Canadian Air Force Memorial Lincoln's Inn Fields War memorial N/A [71]

Regent's Park

Part of Regent's Park lies outside the borough of Camden; for works not listed here see see the list of public art in St Marylebone.

Regent's Park is one of London's Royal Parks, located partly in the London Borough of Camden and partly in the City of Westminster.

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Readymoney Drinking Fountain Broad Walk

51°31′58″N 0°09′03″W / 51.5328°N 0.1507°W / 51.5328; -0.1507 (Readymoney Drinking Fountain)
1869 Henry Ross Robert Keirle Drinking fountain Grade II A gift from the Indian industrialist Cowasji Jehangir Readymoney, unveiled by Princess Mary of Teck.[72] The fountain straddles the boundary line between Camden and Westminster.

Swiss Cottage

Main article: Swiss Cottage

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Statue of Sigmund Freud Belsize Lane/Fitzjohns Avenue

51°32′46″N 0°10′32″W / 51.54620°N 0.17560°W / 51.54620; -0.17560
1970 (current location since 1998) Oscar Nemon N/A Statue Grade II [3]

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Bibliography

  • Asprey, Ronald; Bullus, Claire (2009), The Statues of London, London and New York: Merrell
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