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John Alcock and Arthur Brown (1954) by William McMillan in front of the Heathrow Academy which provides vocational and specialist theory courses
John Alcock and Arthur Brown (1954) by William McMillan in front of the Heathrow Academy which provides vocational and specialist theory courses
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This is a list of public art in the London Borough of Hillingdon.

Eastcote

Main article: Eastcote

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Eastcote Library.jpg
Coat of arms of Middlesex east façade of Eastcote Library, Field End Road

51°34′50″N 0°24′01″W / 51.5805°N 0.4003°W / 51.5805; -0.4003
1959 municipal works team of Middlesex County Council

Harefield

Main article: Harefield

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Prometheus
Magdi Yacoub
Harefield Hospital

51°36′25″N 0°28′58″W / 51.6069°N 0.4828°W / 51.6069; -0.4828
2008 Pavlos Angelos Kougioumtzis[1] Statue Unveiled 21 November 2008 by Gordon Brown.[2]
Harefield Hospital hare globe.jpg
Harefield village green main (globe) sign The Green (public green) partly facing the south end of the large hospital site

51°36′11″N 0°29′02″W / 51.603°N 0.484°W / 51.603; -0.484
2008 Circular (band) sign and finial-style statue Hare as in the name of the place. Australia and Britain due to the injured treated at the large hospital in World War I.

Harmondsworth

Main article: Harmondsworth

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Royal Canadian Air Force Memorial Harmondsworth Moor

51°29′24″N 0°29′21″W / 51.4901°N 0.4893°W / 51.4901; -0.4893
1995 Memorial stone with plaque [3]

Hayes

Main article: Hayes, Hillingdon

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Hayes War Memorial Church Road

51°31′04″N 0°25′09″W / 51.51766°N 0.419146°W / 51.51766; -0.419146
Post-World War II ? Wooden Calvary on raised stone plinth with brick surrounding walls and carved inscriptions [4]
Bird Sculpture at Lake Farm Park, Hayes - geograph.org.uk - 8469.jpg
Skylark Lake Farm Country Park

51°30′42″N 0°25′31″W / 51.51166°N 0.425146°W / 51.51166; -0.425146
2002 c. 2002 Ben Dearnley Sculpture
Tiling Underpass at Hayes and Harlington railway station 2003 Lubna Chowdhary [5]
The Converse Wall of Clash Powerhouse building, Blyth Road

51°30′15.96″N 0°25′34.5″W / 51.5044333°N 0.426250°W / 51.5044333; -0.426250
2014 Remi Rough and System (Agents of Change) [6]
Night scene Norman Leddy Memorial Gardens

51°31′14″N 0°25′24″W / 51.52046°N 0.423206°W / 51.52046; -0.423206
Tom "Carver" Harvey Tree sculpture [7]
Man looking for his dog Barra Hall Park

51°31′05″N 0°25′24″W / 51.51816°N 0.423416°W / 51.51816; -0.423416
Tom "Carver" Harvey Tree sculpture [7]

Art installation

On Sunday 5 August 2012, Jeremy Deller's art installation Sacrilege (an inflatable life-size model of Stonehenge) was installed in Barra Hall Park from 10.30am to 6pm. An estimated 1,400 people visited on the day.[8]

Heathrow Airport

Main article: Heathrow Airport

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Where it all began! (geograph 2651652).jpg
Anglo-French Survey (1784–1790) baseline: the northern of its two commemorative cannons West of where Nene Road meets Northern Perimeter Road, being at one of the places known as "King's Arbour" (a notably large tree).

51°28′47″N 0°27′01″W / 51.47980°N 0.4502°W / 51.47980; -0.4502
1791 William Mudge Grade II The corresponding south cannon is next to LEH School, Hampton.[9]
Alcock.brown.statue.arp.750pix.jpg
Alcock and Brown Newall Road, on north side of the airport

51°28′50″N 0°26′36″W / 51.48053°N 0.4433°W / 51.48053; -0.4433
1954 William McMillan Sculptural group [10]
Hatton Cross stn westbound look east.JPG
Speedbird motifs Hatton Cross tube station

51°27′59.83″N 0°25′24″W / 51.4666194°N 0.42333°W / 51.4666194; -0.42333
1975 After Theyre Lee-Elliott Mosaics [11][12]
Heathrow Terminal 5 037.JPG
Moving World (Night & Day) Terminal 5

51°28′24″N 0°29′22″W / 51.47322°N 0.48938°W / 51.47322; -0.48938
2008 Langlands & Bell Pair of illuminated neon and steel walls [13]
Animated Crest Terminal 5

51°28′17.71″N 0°29′17.23″W / 51.4715861°N 0.4881194°W / 51.4715861; -0.4881194
2008 Christopher Pearson [14]
Oak Seasons Terminal 5

51°28′17.71″N 0°29′17.23″W / 51.4715861°N 0.4881194°W / 51.4715861; -0.4881194
2008 Christopher Pearson [14]
London Heathrow Airport gate guardian (Emirates A380), 10 September 2012.jpg
Emirates A380 sculpture At north access to/from Terminals 2 & 3 access tunnel

51°28′50″N 0°27′11″W / 51.48061°N 0.4530°W / 51.48061; -0.4530
2008 Penwal [15]
Cloud Heathrow Terminal 5.jpg
Cloud Terminal 5

51°28′17.71″N 0°29′17.23″W / 51.4715861°N 0.4881194°W / 51.4715861; -0.4881194
2008 Troika Sculpture [14]
All the Time in the World Terminal 5

51°28′17.71″N 0°29′17.23″W / 51.4715861°N 0.4881194°W / 51.4715861; -0.4881194
2008 Troika [14]
Swan letter Heathrow T5.jpg
Yan Shu (swan letter) Terminal 5

51°28′17.71″N 0°29′17.23″W / 51.4715861°N 0.4881194°W / 51.4715861; -0.4881194
2008 UnitedVisualArtists Sculpture [16]
London Underground 150 sculpture at Heathrow Temrinals 1,2,3.jpg
Sculpture marking the 150th anniversary of the London Underground Ticket hall at Heathrow Terminals 2 & 3 tube station

51°28′16.67″N 0°27′8.64″W / 51.4712972°N 0.4524000°W / 51.4712972; -0.4524000
2013 Sculpture [17]
Turkish Airlines Globe and Destinations (geograph 6046907).jpg
Turkish Airlines Globe Near main access tunnel, on central roundabout (between Terminals 2 & 3)

51°28′19″N 0°27′11″W / 51.47189°N 0.4531°W / 51.47189; -0.4531
2013 Sculpture [18]
London Taxi by Benedict Radcliffe, Heathrow Airport.jpg
London Taxi Terminal 2

51°28′10.62″N 0°27′4.87″W / 51.4696167°N 0.4513528°W / 51.4696167; -0.4513528
2014 Benedict Radcliffe Sculpture [19]
Slipstream (2014) by Richard Wilson, London Heathrow Terminal 2, UK - 20150621-01.jpg

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Slipstream Terminal 2

51°28′10.8″N 0°26′58.8″W / 51.469667°N 0.449667°W / 51.469667; -0.449667
2014 Richard Wilson Sculpture [20]

Northwood

Main article: Northwood, London

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
War memorial on Green Lane, Northwood (geograph 5538685).jpg
Northwood War Memorial Green Lane, near Northwood tube station

51°36′42″N 0°25′30″W / 51.6116°N 0.4250°W / 51.6116; -0.4250
1921 William Aumonier Jr. F. D. Bedford Memorial cross Grade II Unveiled 13 February 1921.[21]

Ruislip

Main article: Ruislip

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
War Memorial, Ruislip - geograph.org.uk - 1438124.jpg
Ruislip War Memorial Eastcote Road, opposite St Martin's Church

51°34′39″N 0°25′38″W / 51.5775°N 0.4272°W / 51.5775; -0.4272
1921? Local craftsmen Memorial cross [22]
Monument of Polish Pilots in Northolt (cropped).JPG

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Polish Air Force Memorial
Polish Air Force in Great Britain
South Ruislip

51°32′56″N 0°24′01″W / 51.5488°N 0.4002°W / 51.5488; -0.4002
2 November 1948 Mieczysław Lubelski War memorial with sculpture Grade II* [23]

Uxbridge

Main article: Uxbridge

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Piece of Chepstow Railway Bridge.jpg
Girder from Chepstow Railway Bridge Brunel University 1852 Isambard Kingdom Brunel Girder
Uxbridge War Memorial - geograph.org.uk - 1755167.jpg

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Uxbridge War Memorial The Old Graveyard, Windsor Street

51°32′40″N 0°28′51″W / 51.5445°N 0.4808°W / 51.5445; -0.4808
1924 Adrian Jones War memorial with sculpture Unveiled 11 November 1924.[24]
UXBRIDGE-09 120512 CPS (7160090809).jpg
Winged wheels Entrance to Uxbridge tube station

51°32′46″N 0°28′44″W / 51.5461°N 0.4789°W / 51.5461; -0.4789
1934 Joseph Armitage Architectural sculpture Grade II [25]
Exit from Uxbridge Underground Station, High Street, Uxbridge - geograph.org.uk - 1779409.jpg
Coats of arms of the Basset family, of Middlesex and of Buckinghamshire Exit from Uxbridge tube station

51°32′46″N 0°28′44″W / 51.5462°N 0.4788°W / 51.5462; -0.4788
1934 Ervin Bossányi Stained glass Grade II [26]
St. Andrew
Saint Andrew's Gate Hillingdon Road roundabout

51°32′38″N 0°28′22″W / 51.5439°N 0.4729°W / 51.5439; -0.4729
1957 [27]
Shoreditch College Golden Jubilee 1969 Brunel University 1969 Attributed to Philip John Whitten Relief [28]
Anticipation by Anita Lafford.jpg
Anticipation
Golden Jubilee of Elizabeth II
Uxbridge town centre, outside The Chimes

51°32′45″N 0°28′44″W / 51.5459°N 0.4789°W / 51.5459; -0.4789
25 June 2002 Anita Lafford [29]
Statue of Brunel at Brunel University.jpg

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Statue of Isambard Kingdom Brunel Brunel University

51°31′59″N 0°28′30″W / 51.53307°N 0.47497°W / 51.53307; -0.47497
6 July 2006 Anthony Stones Statue [30]
Connect sculpture at Brunel University.jpg
Connect Brunel University 2016 Maria Celina Reyes Gallo, Huda Alnabhan, Abdurrahman Ozdemir and Yeqing Zheng Sculptural group [31]
Hawker Hurricane gate guardian, RAF Uxbridge.jpg
Hawker Hurricane Outside Battle of Britain Bunker Museum, RAF Uxbridge

51°32′26″N 0°27′52″W / 51.54051°N 0.464428°W / 51.54051; -0.464428
Gate guardian [32]
Battle of Britain Bunker with Spitfire.jpg
Supermarine Spitfire Outside Battle of Britain Bunker Museum, RAF Uxbridge

51°32′25″N 0°27′52″W / 51.54031°N 0.464568°W / 51.54031; -0.464568
Gate guardian [32]
Four Concrete Forms with White Brunel University Justin Knowles Sculpture Given by Arts Council England.[33]

West Drayton

Main article: West Drayton

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
War Memorial outside the entrance to West Drayton cemetery - geograph.org.uk - 1754149.jpg
Yiewsley and West Drayton War Memorial Harmondsworth Road, outside the entrance to the cemetery

51°30′00″N 0°28′05″W / 51.49995°N 0.46798°W / 51.49995; -0.46798
1920s [34]

References

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  2. ^ Kirk, Tristan (21 November 2008). "Gordon Brown unveils statue for Sir Magdi Yacoub". Hillingdon & Uxbridge Times. Retrieved 27 May 2011.
  3. ^ Harmondsworth Moor War Memorial. London Borough of Hillingdon. Archived from the original on 29 July 2014. Retrieved 21 July 2014.
  4. ^ Hayes War Memorial (PDF). London Borough of Hillingdon. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2 September 2012. Retrieved 9 September 2012.
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