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Father Thames (1775) by John Bacon the Elder, Ham House
Father Thames (1775) by John Bacon the Elder, Ham House
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This is a list of public art in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.[1]

Barnes

Main article: Barnes, London

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Red lions Outside Red Lion pub, Castelnau, Barnes

51°28′32″N 0°14′21″W / 51.47548°N 0.23905°W / 51.47548; -0.23905
1830s Sculptures N/A [2]
Royal coat of arms of the United Kingdom, accompanied by the arms of the City of London, the City of Westminster (historic), Guildford, Kent, Middlesex (historic) and Colchester On Hammersmith Bridge (part also in Hammersmith and Fulham)

51°29′15″N 0°13′52″W / 51.48750°N 0.23111°W / 51.48750; -0.23111
1887 Joseph Bazalgette (architect) Reliefs Grade II [3]
Dean Colet and Two Pupils St Paul's School

51°29′15″N 0°14′18″W / 51.48740°N 0.23832°W / 51.48740; -0.23832
1902 Hamo Thornycroft Sculptural group N/A Originally installed at the school's previous site in Hammersmith, the group was moved here in 1968.[4]

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Memorial to Steve Fairbairn, a.k.a. Mile Post Riverside at Barnes

51°28′43″N 0°13′37″W / 51.47852°N 0.226987°W / 51.47852; -0.226987
1962 Obelisk N/A [5]

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Statue of Peter Scott London Wetland Centre

51°28′36″N 0°14′08″W / 51.47658°N 0.23565°W / 51.47658; -0.23565
2000 Nicola Godden Statue N/A [6]

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Marc Bolan's Rock Shrine
Marc Bolan
Queens Ride

51°27′58″N 0°14′19″W / 51.465979°N 0.238695°W / 51.465979; -0.238695
2002 Bust N/A
Dragonfly sculpture Roof of the meeting point at the WWT London Wetland Centre's Visitor Centre

51°28′37″N 0°14′09″W / 51.47708°N 0.23575°W / 51.47708; -0.23575
Sculpture N/A [7]
Two hawks Entrance to No. 9 The Terrace

51°28′22″N 0°15′08″W / 51.472793°N 0.252096°W / 51.472793; -0.252096
19th century Sculpture Grade II

Bushy Park

Main article: Bushy Park

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Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes

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Diana Fountain Great Basin, Chestnut Avenue

51°24′36″N 0°20′10″W / 51.40992°N 0.33619°W / 51.40992; -0.33619
17th-century sculptures in an 18th-century setting Hubert Le Sueur, Francesco Fanelli Grade I [8]
Canadian Totem Pole Waterhouse Plantation

51°24′47.58″N 0°21′3.07″W / 51.4132167°N 0.3508528°W / 51.4132167; -0.3508528
1992 Norman Tait N/A [9]
Totem Bench Waterhouse Plantation

51°24′45.27″N 0°21′1.69″W / 51.4125750°N 0.3504694°W / 51.4125750; -0.3504694
1993 Katie Walker N/A [10]
Supreme Headquarters Allied Expedition Force (SHAEF) Memorial Near Chestnut Avenue

51°25′06″N 0°19′41″W / 51.4183°N 0.3280°W / 51.4183; -0.3280
1994 N/A [9]
United States Army Air Force Memorial Near Chestnut Avenue

51°25′09″N 0°19′45″W / 51.4193°N 0.3291°W / 51.4193; -0.3291
1999 N/A [9]

Ham and Petersham

Main articles: Ham, London and Petersham, London

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

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Father Thames Ham House

51°26′40″N 0°18′52″W / 51.44448°N 0.31433°W / 51.44448; -0.31433
1775 John Bacon Sculpture Grade II [11]
Dysart coat of arms Gatehouse off Petersham Road, Petersham, near Tree Close

51°26′42″N 0°18′12″W / 51.445103°N 0.303422°W / 51.445103; -0.303422
1900 c. 1900 Relief Grade II [12]

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Petersham War Memorial Near St Peter's Church

51°26′49″N 0°18′05″W / 51.446845°N 0.301375°W / 51.446845; -0.301375
1920 ? Memorial cross Grade II Unveiled 26 November 1920.[13]
Saint George and the Dragon Meadlands Primary School, Broughton Avenue 1952 Relief
Pastorale Parkleys Estate, Ham Parade 1956 Keith Godwin Sculpture
Queen's Diamond Jubilee plaque Petersham Road, near Tree Close

51°26′43″N 0°18′11″W / 51.445278°N 0.303186°W / 51.445278; -0.303186
1977 (originally Queen's Silver Jubilee plaque; altered 2012 for her Diamond Jubilee) [12]
Ashburnham Road Community Mosaic Junction of Ashburnham Road and Back Lane, Ham

51°26′16″N 0°18′50″W / 51.43789°N 0.31398°W / 51.43789; -0.31398
2005 Howard Grange, Miriam Zadik Gold, local residents Mosaic [14]
Ham Village Green Community Mosaic Project 2014 Julia van den Bosch and Kim Porrelli, Save the World Club Mosaic [15]

Hampton and Hampton Hill

Main articles: Hampton, London and Hampton Hill

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

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Monument to William Roy Roy Grove, Hampton

51°25′34″N 0°21′57″W / 51.42621°N 0.36571°W / 51.42621; -0.36571
1791 William Mudge Cannon (repurposed) Grade II Marks the south-eastern end of the baseline measured by General Roy in 1784 which is considered to be the origin of the Ordnance Survey. Its counterpart to the north-west is at Heathrow Airport.[16]
Insignia of the 8th Battalion of the Middlesex Regiment Over door of 15 High Street, Hampton Hill

51°25′22″N 0°21′32″W / 51.42282°N 0.35888°W / 51.42282; -0.35888
1914
Tagg's Island Sundial Hampton Court Road, near Tagg's Island

51°24′36″N 0°21′06″W / 51.40987°N 0.35171°W / 51.40987; -0.35171
1999 David Harber [17]
Mural Hampton Youth Project

51°25′33″N 0°22′39″W / 51.42581°N 0.37745°W / 51.42581; -0.37745
Extended in 2012 Tom Ryall (extension) [18][19]
Gates, railings and an entrance piece Tangley Park Family Centre, Bramble Lane, Hampton

51°25′32.29″N 0°22′40.49″W / 51.4256361°N 0.3779139°W / 51.4256361; -0.3779139
2013 Helena Roden (artist), Gideon Petersen (blacksmith) [15]

Hampton Court Palace

See also: List of works of art at Hampton Court Palace

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Coat of arms of Cardinal Thomas Wolsey On east side of Anne Boleyn Gatehouse, over doorway

51°24′12″N 0°20′17″W / 51.403425°N 0.33803°W / 51.403425; -0.33803
1521 c. 1521 Relief Grade I [20]

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Astronomical clock On east side of Anne Boleyn Gatehouse

51°24′12″N 0°20′17″W / 51.403425°N 0.33803°W / 51.403425; -0.33803
1540 Nicholas Kratzer and Nicholas Oursian Astronomical clock Grade I [20]

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The Three Graces Fountain Garden, at east end

51°24′10″N 0°20′02″W / 51.402874°N 0.33379°W / 51.402874; -0.33379
After a 16th-century original After Germain Pilon and Domenico del Barbiere Sculpture Grade II* A copy (of uncertain date) of the funerary monument for the heart of Henry II of France, now in the Louvre.[21]
Hercules South side of palace, facing Privy Garden

51°24′10″N 0°20′14″W / 51.402786°N 0.33721°W / 51.402786; -0.33721
17th century [22]
Roman soldier South side of palace, facing Privy Garden

51°24′10″N 0°20′13″W / 51.402786°N 0.33707°W / 51.402786; -0.33707
17th century [23]
Privy Garden statues Privy Garden

51°24′04″N 0°20′15″W / 51.401097°N 0.33762°W / 51.401097; -0.33762
17th century [24]
Sundial Privy Garden (at north end)

51°24′10″N 0°20′14″W / 51.402647°N 0.33722°W / 51.402647; -0.33722
1680 c. 1680 Thomas Tompion Sundial Grade I [25]
Hercules triumphing over Envy East Front 1695–1696 c. 1695–1696 Caius Gabriel Cibber Tympanum relief Grade I [26]

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Flower Pot Gate Hampton Court Road, north of Hampton Court

51°24′23″N 0°20′07″W / 51.406361°N 0.335392°W / 51.406361; -0.335392
1699–1700 John Nost Grade I [27]

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Lion Gate Hampton Court Road, north of Hampton Court

51°24′23″N 0°20′14″W / 51.406341°N 0.337118°W / 51.406341; -0.337118
18th century Christopher Wren (architect) Grade I [28]

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Screen South end of Privy Garden, facing River Thames

51°24′03″N 0°20′15″W / 51.400877°N 0.33762°W / 51.400877; -0.33762
1701 Jean Tijou Screen Grade I [29]
Lion of England Trophy Gate

51°24′16″N 0°20′29″W / 51.404526°N 0.34140°W / 51.404526; -0.34140
1708 Grinling Gibbons and John Oliver Sculpture Grade I [30]
Unicorn of Scotland Trophy Gate

51°24′16″N 0°20′29″W / 51.404506°N 0.34144°W / 51.404506; -0.34144
1708 Grinling Gibbons and John Oliver Sculpture [30]
Trophies of arms Trophy Gate

51°24′16″N 0°20′29″W / 51.404486°N 0.34148°W / 51.404486; -0.34148
1708 Grinling Gibbons and John Oliver Sculpture [31]
Adonis Rose Garden 1869 Robert Jackson Statue Grade II Moved to this site from the Privy Garden in 1995.[32]
Flora Rose Garden 1869 Robert Jackson Statue Grade II Moved to this site from the Privy Garden in 1995.[32]
Abundance Rose Garden 1906 c. 1906 Francis Derwent Wood Sculpture N/A
King's Beasts Tudor Garden, Chapel Court

51°24′13″N 0°20′12″W / 51.403658°N 0.33678°W / 51.403658; -0.33678
2009 Todd Longstaffe-Gowan (landscape architect) [33]

The King's Beasts

Main article: King's Beasts, Hampton Court Palace

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Lion of England North side of Moat Bridge

51°24′13″N 0°20′21″W / 51.403622°N 0.33927°W / 51.403622; -0.33927
1911 Sculpture [34]

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Seymour Panther North side of Moat Bridge

51°24′13″N 0°20′21″W / 51.403605°N 0.33927°W / 51.403605; -0.33927
1911 Sculpture [34]

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Greyhound of Richmond North side of Moat Bridge

51°24′13″N 0°20′21″W / 51.403583°N 0.33920°W / 51.403583; -0.33920
1911 Sculpture [34]

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Yale of Beaufort North side of Moat Bridge

51°24′13″N 0°20′21″W / 51.403578°N 0.33909°W / 51.403578; -0.33909
1911 Sculpture [34]

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Tudor Dragon North side of Moat Bridge

51°24′13″N 0°20′21″W / 51.403572°N 0.33904°W / 51.403572; -0.33904
1911 Sculpture [34]
Queen's Panther South side of Moat Bridge

51°24′13″N 0°20′21″W / 51.403508°N 0.33904°W / 51.403508; -0.33904
1911 Sculpture [34]
Bull of Clarence South side of Moat Bridge

51°24′13″N 0°20′21″W / 51.403510°N 0.33911°W / 51.403510; -0.33911
1911 Sculpture [34]
Queen's Lion South side of Moat Bridge

51°24′13″N 0°20′21″W / 51.403520°N 0.33921°W / 51.403520; -0.33921
1911 Sculpture [34]

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Royal Dragon South side of Moat Bridge

51°24′13″N 0°20′21″W / 51.403527°N 0.33926°W / 51.403527; -0.33926
1911 Sculpture [34]

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Seymour Unicorn South side of Moat Bridge

51°24′13″N 0°20′21″W / 51.403514°N 0.33929°W / 51.403514; -0.33929
1911 Sculpture [34]

Terracotta roundels

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Tiberius Main gatehouse

51°24′13″N 0°20′20″W / 51.403598°N 0.33900°W / 51.403598; -0.33900
1521 Giovanni da Maiano Roundel Grade I [35]
Nero Main gatehouse

51°24′12″N 0°20′21″W / 51.403376°N 0.33904°W / 51.403376; -0.33904
1521 Giovanni da Maiano Roundel Grade I [35]
Trajan Anne Boleyn's Gatehouse, west side

51°24′13″N 0°20′17″W / 51.403494°N 0.33816°W / 51.403494; -0.33816
1521 Giovanni da Maiano Roundel Grade I [35]
Hadrian Anne Boleyn's Gatehouse, west side

51°24′12″N 0°20′17″W / 51.403399°N 0.33819°W / 51.403399; -0.33819
1521 Giovanni da Maiano Roundel Grade I [35]
Vitellius Anne Boleyn's Gatehouse, east side

51°24′12″N 0°20′17″W / 51.403398°N 0.33804°W / 51.403398; -0.33804
1521 Giovanni da Maiano Roundel Grade I [35]
Augustus Anne Boleyn's Gatehouse, east side

51°24′12″N 0°20′17″W / 51.403461°N 0.33803°W / 51.403461; -0.33803
1521 Giovanni da Maiano Roundel Grade I [35]
Titus George II Gateway

51°24′12″N 0°20′16″W / 51.403411°N 0.33765°W / 51.403411; -0.33765
1521 Giovanni da Maiano Roundel Grade I [36]
Otho George II Gateway

51°24′12″N 0°20′16″W / 51.403411°N 0.33765°W / 51.403411; -0.33765
1521 Giovanni da Maiano Roundel Grade I [36]
Galba George II Gateway

51°24′12″N 0°20′16″W / 51.403341°N 0.33767°W / 51.403341; -0.33767
1521 Giovanni da Maiano Roundel Grade I [36]
Julius Caesar George II Gateway

51°24′12″N 0°20′16″W / 51.403341°N 0.33767°W / 51.403341; -0.33767
1521 Giovanni da Maiano Roundel Grade I [36]

Hampton Wick

Main article: Hampton Wick

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

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Hampton Wick War Memorial Hampton Wick Roundabout

51°24′40″N 0°18′41″W / 51.4112°N 0.3113°W / 51.4112; -0.3113
1921 ? Memorial cross Grade II [37]

Kew

Main article: Kew

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Leda and the Swan Over door of Adam House, 352 Kew Road

51°28′56″N 0°17′13″W / 51.48224°N 0.28701°W / 51.48224; -0.28701
1750 c. 1750 Relief Grade II* [38][39]
Royal Arms (Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee memorial) On 22 Gloucester Road (the former parish hall of St Anne's Church)

51°28′58″N 0°17′06″W / 51.48284°N 0.28501°W / 51.48284; -0.28501
1897 Relief [40]
Coat of arms of Surrey Kew Bridge (see also under Hounslow)

51°29′12″N 0°17′14″W / 51.48676°N 0.28735°W / 51.48676; -0.28735
1903 John Wolfe Barry and Cuthbert A. Brereton Relief Grade II [41]

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Kew War Memorial On Kew Green, next to St Anne's Church

51°29′00″N 0°17′15″W / 51.48345°N 0.28751°W / 51.48345; -0.28751
1921 ? Memorial cross Grade II Unveiled 25 June 1921.[42]
Gates and railings The National Archives 1990–1995 c. 1990–1995 Alan Evans Gates and railings N/A Based on medieval tally sticks, an early form of accounting.[43]
Cayho Kew Pier 2000 Mark Folds Sculpture N/A

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There Be Monsters Outside The National Archives

51°28′52″N 0°16′48″W / 51.480995°N 0.280046°W / 51.480995; -0.280046
2004–2005 Workshop & Company Mosaic globe sculpture N/A [44]
Mosaic Gardens Windham Croft Centre for Children, 16 Windham Road 2012 Martin Cheek and many schools N/A [15]

Kew Gardens

Main article: Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Chinese guardian lions Facing pond, near Palm House

51°28′44″N 0°17′28″W / 51.478955°N 0.290996°W / 51.478955; -0.290996
14th–18th century ? Statues N/A Possibly from the Ming period or later; similar to bronze examples in the Forbidden City. Given to the gardens by Sir John Ramsden in 1958.[45]

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Flora The Orangery 18th century
Five statues in a semicircle Queen's Garden, behind Kew Palace

51°29′03″N 0°17′44″W / 51.484272°N 0.295469°W / 51.484272; -0.295469
1734–1735 [46]
Shepherd Temperate House 1760–1770 John Cheere Statue
Shepherdess Temperate House 1760–1770 John Cheere Statue

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David Temperate House 19th century After Donatello Statue

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Hercules and Achelous In pond near Palm House

51°28′46″N 0°17′27″W / 51.479435°N 0.290802°W / 51.479435; -0.290802
1814 c. 1814 François Joseph Bosio Sculptural group Grade II Purchased by George IV in 1829 through his goldsmiths Rundell, Bridge & Rundell, and placed in the grounds of Windsor Castle. Installed here in 1963, when it was adapted for use as a fountain.[47]

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Medici Vase North-east of Palm House 1825 c. 1825 Vase Grade II
Lion Lion Gate, Kew Road

51°28′38″N 0°17′28″W / 51.477112°N 0.291031°W / 51.477112; -0.291031
1845 (Coade stone lion statue 1821) Thomas Hardwick Grade II
Unicorn Unicorn Gate, Kew Road

51°28′14″N 0°17′37″W / 51.470601°N 0.293715°W / 51.470601; -0.293715
1845 (Coade stone unicorn statue 1821) Thomas Hardwick Grade II
Elizabeth Gate (formerly Main Gate) Kew Green

51°29′04″N 0°17′29″W / 51.484372°N 0.29130°W / 51.484372; -0.29130
1846 Decimus Burton Grade II*
Cumberland Gate Kew Road

51°28′49″N 0°17′21″W / 51.480345°N 0.289043°W / 51.480345; -0.289043
1868 William Eden Nesfield Grade II [48]
Victoria Gate Kew Road

51°28′40″N 0°17′27″W / 51.477902°N 0.290780°W / 51.477902; -0.290780
1868 William Eden Nesfield Grade II [48]

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Out in the Fields Herb Garden

51°28′50″N 0°17′21″W / 51.480545°N 0.289293°W / 51.480545; -0.289293
1879 Arthur George Atkinson Sculpture N/A

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The Sower Near Princess of Wales Conservatory

51°28′57″N 0°17′21″W / 51.482445°N 0.289279°W / 51.482445; -0.289279
1886 Hamo Thornycroft Sculpture Grade II
Sundial Near Kew Palace

51°28′59″N 0°17′40″W / 51.483037°N 0.294361°W / 51.483037; -0.294361
1959 Martin Holden (based on Thomas Tompion) Sundial Grade II [49]

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Boy with Dolphin Queen's Garden, behind Kew Palace

51°29′03″N 0°17′43″W / 51.484162°N 0.295349°W / 51.484162; -0.295349
1959 c. 1959 After Andrea del Verrocchio Fountain with sculpture N/A
Kew Mural In the Visitors Centre at Victoria Gate

51°28′41″N 0°17′27″W / 51.478012°N 0.290791°W / 51.478012; -0.290791
1988 Robert H. Games N/A
Seven Slate Towers Secluded Garden

51°28′57″N 0°17′28″W / 51.482505°N 0.291199°W / 51.482505; -0.291199
1995–1996 Dan Reuben Harvey and Heather Ackroyd Sculpture N/A [50]

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A Maximis ad Minima 1998 Eduardo Paolozzi Sculpture N/A [51]
Bootstrap DNA Near Jodrell Laboratory

51°28′55.8″N 0°17′20.8″W / 51.482167°N 0.289111°W / 51.482167; -0.289111
2003 Charles Jencks/John Gibson Sculpture N/A [52]

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Leaf Spirit Woodland Garden 2018 Simon Gudgeon Sculpture N/A

The Queen's Beasts

Main article: The Queen's Beasts § Replicas

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
White Greyhound of Richmond Outside Palm House

51°28′43″N 0°17′32″W / 51.478607°N 0.292100°W / 51.478607; -0.292100
1956 James Woodford Statue N/A [53]
Yale of Beaufort Outside Palm House

51°28′43″N 0°17′32″W / 51.478707°N 0.292162°W / 51.478707; -0.292162
1956 James Woodford Statue N/A [53]
Red Dragon of Wales Outside Palm House

51°28′44″N 0°17′32″W / 51.478863°N 0.292246°W / 51.478863; -0.292246
1956 James Woodford Statue N/A [53]
White Horse of Hanover Outside Palm House

51°28′44″N 0°17′32″W / 51.478939°N 0.292316°W / 51.478939; -0.292316
1956 James Woodford Statue N/A [53]
Lion of England Outside Palm House

51°28′45″N 0°17′33″W / 51.479111°N 0.2924341°W / 51.479111; -0.2924341
1956 James Woodford Statue N/A [53]
White Lion of Mortimer Outside Palm House

51°28′45″N 0°17′33″W / 51.479176°N 0.2924345°W / 51.479176; -0.2924345
1956 James Woodford Statue N/A [53]
Unicorn of Scotland Outside Palm House

51°28′45″N 0°17′33″W / 51.479286°N 0.2924879°W / 51.479286; -0.2924879
1956 James Woodford Statue N/A [53]
Griffin of Edward III Outside Palm House

51°28′46″N 0°17′33″W / 51.479429°N 0.2925289°W / 51.479429; -0.2925289
1956 James Woodford Statue N/A [53]
Black Bull of Clarence Outside Palm House

51°28′46″N 0°17′33″W / 51.479559°N 0.292601°W / 51.479559; -0.292601
1956 James Woodford Statue N/A [53]
Falcon of the Plantagenets Outside Palm House

51°28′47″N 0°17′34″W / 51.479659°N 0.292684°W / 51.479659; -0.292684
1956 James Woodford Statue N/A [53]

Mortlake and East Sheen

Main articles: Mortlake and East Sheen

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
University Boat Race finishing stone The Riverside, Mortlake 19th century

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Mortlake and East Sheen War Memorial Sheen Lane, at crossroads with Upper Richmond Road West, East Sheen

51°27′52″N 0°16′00″W / 51.46452°N 0.266787°W / 51.46452; -0.266787
1925 Albert Myers Obelisk Grade II [54]
Mortlake Brewery War Memorial Lower Richmond Road, Mortlake 1945; moved to present site c. 1959 after closure of original brewery [55]
Stag relief Outside the gates of the old Stag Brewery, Lower Richmond Road Moved here about 1959 when Watney's Stag Brewery in Victoria was demolished.
Mosaic marking Tim Berners-Lee's invention of the World Wide Web Sheen Lane Centre, Sheen Lane, East Sheen

51°27′56″N 0°16′03″W / 51.46562°N 0.267373°W / 51.46562; -0.267373
June 2013 Sue Edkins [56]

Richmond

Main article: Richmond, London

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Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Coat of arms of Henry VII Gatehouse of the former Richmond Palace

51°27′41″N 0°18′32″W / 51.461388°N 0.308809°W / 51.461388; -0.308809
Restored in the 20th century Grade I [57]
Father Thames or River God Terrace Gardens

51°27′11″N 0°18′06″W / 51.45306°N 0.30153°W / 51.45306; -0.30153
1775 John Bacon Grade II Coade stone statue, from the same cast as those at Ham House and Somerset House.[58]

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Milestone obelisk Richmond Bridge

51°27′29″N 0°18′21″W / 51.45798°N 0.30583°W / 51.45798; -0.30583
1777 c. 1777 ? Obelisk Grade II [59]
Drinking fountain Richmond Green

51°27′38″N 0°18′23″W / 51.460667°N 0.306416°W / 51.460667; -0.306416
Late 19th century Drinking fountain Grade II Restored in 1977 to mark the Silver Jubilee of Elizabeth II.[60]
Christ with two angels Over entrance to St Matthias Church

51°27′24″N 0°17′45″W / 51.4567°N 0.2958°W / 51.4567; -0.2958
1857 George Gilbert Scott (architect) Grade II [61]
Two obelisks Old Deer Park, beside the Thames near Richmond Lock

51°27′42″N 0°18′53″W / 51.461591°N 0.314822°W / 51.461591; -0.314822
1874 [62]
Memorial to Barbara Hofland Outside St Mary Magdalene, Richmond 1885 Edward William Wyon [63]
Royal Arms of England (1399–1603) Façade of Old Town Hall, now Museum of Richmond, by main entrance

51°27′32″N 0°18′24″W / 51.45888°N 0.30659°W / 51.45888; -0.30659
1893
Coat of arms of the Municipal Borough of Richmond Façade of Old Town Hall, now Museum of Richmond, by main entrance

51°27′32″N 0°18′24″W / 51.45888°N 0.30659°W / 51.45888; -0.30659
1893
Euterpe Over entrance to Richmond Theatre

51°27′43″N 0°18′14″W / 51.46206°N 0.30381°W / 51.46206; -0.30381
1899 John Broad (for Doulton of Lambeth) Architectural sculpture Grade II* [64]
Monument for prevention of cruelty to animals Richmond Hill

51°27′2.41″N 0°17′48.44″W / 51.4506694°N 0.2967889°W / 51.4506694; -0.2967889
1901 Thomas Edward Collcutt Grade II [65][66]
Calvary East end of St John the Divine 1905 Richard Garbe
Badge of the Order of the Garter Over main entrance to Royal Star and Garter Home, Richmond Hill

51°27′02″N 0°17′48″W / 51.450488°N 0.296764°W / 51.450488; -0.296764
1919 Edwin Cooper Grade II [67]

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Richmond War Memorial End of Whittaker Avenue, Richmond

51°27′31″N 0°18′25″W / 51.45866°N 0.30704°W / 51.45866; -0.30704
1921 Grade II [68]

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Aphrodite Terrace Gardens

51°27′10″N 0°18′09″W / 51.45284°N 0.30243°W / 51.45284; -0.30243
1952 Alan Howes Sculpture N/A Donated to the borough in 1954, the work was initially extremely unpopular with local residents, who considered it obscene.[69] Nicknamed "Bulbous Betty".[70]
Bust of George Washington The American International University in London 1995 Avard Fairbanks Bust N/A
Bust of Bernardo O'Higgins O'Higgins Square, next to Richmond Bridge

51°27′28″N 0°18′21″W / 51.45786°N 0.30583°W / 51.45786; -0.30583
1998 ? Bust N/A [71]
Inscribed stonework to mark restoration of the gardens Terrace Gardens 2009 Michael Jensen [15]
Time and Tide... Lower George Street, Richmond 2010 Tony McSweeney [15]
Royal coat of arms of the United Kingdom Façade of 70 George Street (the town's former post office)

51°27′37″N 0°18′20″W / 51.46028°N 0.30549°W / 51.46028; -0.30549
Coat of arms of the Municipal Borough of Richmond Façade of 70 George Street (the town's former post office)

51°27′37″N 0°18′20″W / 51.46028°N 0.30549°W / 51.46028; -0.30549

Teddington

Main article: Teddington

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Jubilee fountain Park Road

51°25′31″N 0°20′05″W / 51.42526°N 0.33478°W / 51.42526; -0.33478
1887 N/A [72]
Memorial to Timothy Bennet Sandy Lane

51°24′51.69″N 0°19′3.67″W / 51.4143583°N 0.3176861°W / 51.4143583; -0.3176861
1900 Grade II [73][74]
Diana of Versailles Grove Gardens 1910 c. 1910 Domenico Brucciani [75]

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Teddington War Memorial Hampton Road, outside Teddington Memorial Hospital

51°25′35″N 0°20′26″W / 51.42637°N 0.34065°W / 51.42637; -0.34065
1921 Francis William Doyle-Jones Cenotaph Grade II Unveiled 8 January 1921.[76]
Church Cross War Memorial Church of Saints Peter and Paul, Church Road

51°25′34.51″N 0°20′10.39″W / 51.4262528°N 0.3362194°W / 51.4262528; -0.3362194
Memorial cross [77]
27 paintings and sculptures Teddington Health and Social Care Centre 2010 Christine Byron, Julian Das, Chuck Elliot, Sam Haynes, Andrew McRobb, Andràs Mészàros, Jane Porter, Salina Somalya, Peter Slight, Jill Storey, Anna Tikhomirova, Stefano Unterthiner, Duncan Usher, Katie Wall, John Walsom [15]
32 paintings, graphic designs, photographs and prints Teddington Memorial Hospital

51°25′35″N 0°20′26.42″W / 51.42639°N 0.3406722°W / 51.42639; -0.3406722
2012 Christine Byron, Colin Campbell, Catherine Cartwright, Tessa Charles, Helen Dixon, John Glover, Jerry Harpur, Andrew McRobb, Tom Nowell, Jill Storey, Anna Tikhomirova [15]
Poppies (First World War memorial) High Street, near junction with Elmfield Avenue

51°25′38″N 0°20′01″W / 51.42719°N 0.3337°W / 51.42719; -0.3337
2015 Camelia Botnar Foundation [78]

Twickenham

Main article: Twickenham

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Redeeming The Time (sundial) Dial House, Twickenham Riverside

51°26′49″N 0°19′28″W / 51.44691°N 0.32447°W / 51.44691; -0.32447
1726 Thomas Twining [79]
Eagle Over entrance to Ryde House, East Twickenham

51°27′22″N 0°18′36″W / 51.45604°N 0.30993°W / 51.45604; -0.30993
1830 c. 1830 Grade II [80]
Lion Entrance to West Stand, Twickenham Stadium

51°27′20″N 0°20′35″W / 51.45552°N 0.34304°W / 51.45552; -0.34304
1837 William F. Woodington for Coade & Sealy Statue [81]
The Naked Ladies York House gardens

51°26′48.30″N 0°19′26.50″W / 51.4467500°N 0.3240278°W / 51.4467500; -0.3240278
Late 19th-century sculptures in an early 20th-century setting Oscar Spalmach Grade II [82]
The Birth of Venus The Japanese garden, York House Early 20th century
Science, Literature and Art Twickenham Library 1906 Gilbert Seale Grade II [83]
Alfred, Lord Tennyson Twickenham Library 1906 Roundel Grade II
Alexander Pope Twickenham Library 1906 Roundel Grade II
Diane de Gabies Orleans House garden 1910 c. 1910 Domenico Brucciani [75]

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Twickenham War Memorial Radnor Gardens

51°26′25″N 0°19′55″W / 51.44023°N 0.33187°W / 51.44023; -0.33187
1921 Mortimer Brown Statue Grade II*
Memorial to George Rowland Hill Twickenham Stadium 1929 ? Relief [84]
Relief representing electricity 42 York Street (former South Eastern Electricity Board building) 1930s
The Spirit of Rugby
(The Kicker, The Winger, The Scrum-Half and The Forward)
Entrance to West Stand, Twickenham Stadium

51°27′20″N 0°20′35″W / 51.45554°N 0.34307°W / 51.45554; -0.34307
1994/1995 Gerald Laing Statues N/A [85][86]
Restless Kingdom Outside Twickenham railway station

51°27′0.65″N 0°19′51″W / 51.4501806°N 0.33083°W / 51.4501806; -0.33083
2003 Guy Rushworth Harden Sculpture [87]
Statue of Nick Duncombe Twickenham Stoop 2005 Nathan David Statue [88]
B is for Boat – R is for River Diamond Jubilee Gardens 2005 Kevin Herlihy [15]
Core Values Front of South Stand, Twickenham Stadium

51°27′19″N 0°20′21″W / 51.45526°N 0.33904°W / 51.45526; -0.33904
2010 Gerald Laing (artist) and Black Isle Bronze Foundry Sculptural group [89]

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Mural to the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Church Street, Twickenham, near York House

51°26′53″N 0°19′31″W / 51.44806°N 0.32528°W / 51.44806; -0.32528
18 May 2010 Sam Haynes and pupils of Christ's and Grey Court Schools [90]
Twickenham's War (2015) Diamond Jubilee Gardens, The Frame (changing display of artworks) June 2011 Roger Hutchins (frame) with artworks by Nathalie Palin, Rachel Craddock, Emily Allchurch and young people [15]
Metal sculpture Kneller Gardens

51°26′49″N 0°21′00″W / 51.44691°N 0.34987°W / 51.44691; -0.34987
2012 Cuong Van Huynh, Oliver Jackman [91]
Poem (inscribed in ground around a poplar tree) Diamond Jubilee Gardens 23 June 2012 (official opening) Land Use Consultants LUC and The Landscape Group [15]
The Four Seasons Insect Hotel Twickenham Embankment

51°26′44.64″N 0°19′38.45″W / 51.4457333°N 0.3273472°W / 51.4457333; -0.3273472
2014 Portia Baker and Emily Allchurch, children from Radnor House School and Orleans Junior School [15]

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Pope's Urn
Alexander Pope
Champion's Wharf, Twickenham Riverside

51°26′48″N 0°19′29″W / 51.446609°N 0.324584°W / 51.446609; -0.324584
2015 Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios Stylised urn and benches [92][93]
Rose and Poppy Gates Twickenham Stadium 2016 Harry Gray Gates [94]
Memorial to "The Belgian Village on the Thames" Warren Gardens, St Margarets 2017 Kristoffel Boudens [95]
Sculpture East Stand, Twickenham Stadium

51°27′22″N 0°20′25″W / 51.45624°N 0.34017°W / 51.45624; -0.34017
Various wooden sculptures of wildlife Kneller Gardens
Various sculptures Champions Wharf, Twickenham Riverside

51°26′47″N 0°19′29″W / 51.44651°N 0.32477°W / 51.44651; -0.32477
[96]
Sculpture of bullrushes Champions Wharf, Twickenham Riverside

51°26′47″N 0°19′30″W / 51.44642°N 0.32487°W / 51.44642; -0.32487
Bullrushes sculpture The Japanese Garden, York House

Whitton

Main article: Whitton, London

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Whitton Community Mosaic Whitton High Street 2004 Adipost Ceramic Studio; Frances Grant N/A [15]
12 benches carved with wildlife reliefs Crane Park

51°26′36″N 0°22′31″W / 51.4432°N 0.37534°W / 51.4432; -0.37534
Winter 2014 (3 benches), 9 earlier Paul Sivell N/A [97]

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