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Timepiece (1973) by Wendy Taylor, with Tower Bridge in the background
Timepiece (1973) by Wendy Taylor, with Tower Bridge in the background
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This is a list of public art in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

Bethnal Green and Globe Town

Main article: Bethnal Green

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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Material Dimensions Designation Notes
Blind Beggar and His Dog, Bethnal Green 04.jpg

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Blind Beggar and His Dog Cranbrook Estate

51°31′47″N 0°02′42″W / 51.5298°N 0.0449°W / 51.5298; -0.0449 (Blind Beggar and His Dog)
1958 Elisabeth Frink Sculptural group Bronze Grade II* [1]
Bethnal Green Stairway to Heaven.jpg
Stairway to Heaven
Bethnal Green tube station disaster
Bethnal Green tube station 2017 Harry Paticas War memorial [2]

Bromley-by-Bow

Main article: Bromley-by-Bow

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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Bromley-by-Bow War Memorial (7060995053).jpg
Bromley-by-Bow (North East Ward) War Memorial Bromley Recreation Ground, St Leonard's Street

51°31′36″N 0°00′46″W / 51.5268°N 0.0128°W / 51.5268; -0.0128 (Bromley-by-Bow (North East Ward) War Memorial)
1921 Harris & Son Obelisk [3]

Isle of Dogs

Main article: Isle of Dogs

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Type Material Dimensions Designation Notes
War Memorial Christ Church 151 Manchester Road E14 3DR (cropped).jpg
Isle of Dogs War Memorial Christ Church, Manchester Road

51°29′20″N 0°00′24″W / 51.4890°N 0.0067°W / 51.4890; -0.0067 (Isle of Dogs War Memorial)
after 1918 ? Crucifix Portland stone, timber and cast iron Grade II [4]
London River Man - front view 02.jpg

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London River Man Ensign House, Marsh Wall 1987 John W. Mills Bronze figure 145 cm (57 in) high [5]
Leap - Franta Belsky 1.jpg

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Leap Jamestown Harbour 1987–1989 Franta Belsky [6]
Domino Players by Kim Bennet in October 2014 05.jpg
Domino Players Clove Crescent 1992 Kim Bennet [7]
The eastern portal of the Limehouse Link tunnel - geograph.org.uk - 2130283.jpg
On Strange And Distant Islands Westferry Road portal of the Limehouse Link tunnel

51°30′28″N 0°01′45″W / 51.5077°N 0.0291°W / 51.5077; -0.0291 (On Strange And Distant Islands)
1992 Michael Kenny Sculpture Limestone, marble, stainless steel [8]
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Untitled Eastern portal of the Limehouse Link tunnel

51°30′31″N 0°01′21″W / 51.5085°N 0.0225°W / 51.5085; -0.0225 (Untitled)
1992 Nigel Hall Sculpture Weathering steel 9 m tall [8]
Figurehead for Docklands - Anna Bisset 1.jpg

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Figurehead for Docklands Poplar Dock 1997 Anna Bisset [9]
Traffic Light Tree.jpg

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Traffic Light Tree roundabout on Trafalgar Way, outside Billingsgate Market (since 2013) 1998 Pierre Vivant [10]
Hibbert Gate, Import Dock.jpg

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Hibbert Gate Adjacent to North Dock West 2000 Leo Stevenson [11]
Renaissance by Maurice Bilk in October 2014 03.jpg

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Renaissance Nutmeg Lane, East India Dock Maurice Blik [12]

Canary Wharf

Main article: Canary Wharf

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Type Material Dimensions Designation Notes
Testa Addormentata.jpg

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Testa Addormentata Corner of Bank Street and Upper Bank Street 1983 Igor Mitoraj [13]
Couple on a Seat - Lynn Chadwick.jpg

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Couple on a Seat Cabot Square 1984 Lynn Chadwick [14]
Centurione - Igor Mitoraj.jpg

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Centurione I Columbus Courtyard 1987 Igor Mitoraj [15]
London MMB «10 Canary Wharf.jpg

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Spirit of Enterprise South Dock, Canary Wharf

51°30′9.83″N 0°1′29.04″W / 51.5027306°N 0.0247333°W / 51.5027306; -0.0247333
1987 Wendy Taylor [16]
Two Men on a Bench - Giles Penny.jpg

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Two Men on a Bench Cabot Square 1990 Giles Penny [17]
Gate by Guiseppe Lund, Westferry Circus Gardens in March 2011.jpg
Gate Westferry Circus 1992 Giuseppe Lund [18]
Centaur - Igor Mitoraj 1.jpg

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Centauro Upper Bank Street 1994 Igor Mitoraj [19]
Man With Open Arms by Giles Penny, West India Avenue in March 2011 01.jpg

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Man With Arms Open West India Avenue 1995 Giles Penny [20]
Michael von Clemm.JPG
Portrait relief of Michael von Clemm Cabot Square 1998 Gerald Laing [21]
Original Form - Keith Rand.jpg

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Original Form 25 North Colonnade 1999 Keith Rand [22]
Clocks (104326502).jpg

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Six Public Clocks Reuters Plaza 1999 Konstantin Grcic [23]
Vanishing Point by Jay Battle, Canary Wharf in London, spring 2013 (1).JPG

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Vanishing Point Westferry Circus 1999 Jay Battle [24]
Windwand by Ron Arad.jpg
Windwand Canary Riverside

51°30′20.87″N 0°1′41.43″W / 51.5057972°N 0.0281750°W / 51.5057972; -0.0281750
2000 Ron Arad carbon fibre 50 m (160 ft) high [25]
Returning to Embrace - Jon Buck.jpg

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Returning to Embrace 10 Cabot Square 2000 Jon Buck [26]
Audio Bench, Canary Wharf.jpg
Speaking of the River Canary Riverside

51°30′22.48″N 0°1′43.72″W / 51.5062444°N 0.0288111°W / 51.5062444; -0.0288111
2000 Constance DeJong audio benches [25]
Screen - Wendy Ranshaw.jpg

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Columbus Screen Columbus Courtyard 2000 Wendy Ramshaw [27]
London MMB «83 Columbus Courtyard.jpg
12 Planters Columbus Courtyard

51°30′22.53″N 0°1′30.69″W / 51.5062583°N 0.0251917°W / 51.5062583; -0.0251917
2001–2002 Tatiana Orloff bronze [25]
It Takes Two - Bob Allen.jpg

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It Takes Two One Canada Square 2002 Bob Allen [28]
HSBC lion, left, Canary Wharf.jpg

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HSBC lions 8 Canada Square 2002 after W. W. Wagstaff
Arbor by Nigel Ross in March 2011 01.jpg
Arbor Montgomery Square 2003 Nigel Ross [29]
Arbor by Nigel Ross in March 2011 02.jpg
Cross Way Montgomery Square 2003 Nigel Ross [29]
Sacrificial Anode - Eilis O
Sacrificial Anode Montgomery Square 2007 Eilis O'Connell [30]
London MMB «74 Westferry Circus.jpg

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Sasso Cosmico Westferry Circus 2007 Do König Vassilakis [31]
Chimney Westferry Circus

51°30′19.74″N 0°1′34.55″W / 51.5054833°N 0.0262639°W / 51.5054833; -0.0262639
2008 Andrew Burton recycled fired bricks, steel [25]
Avatar by Robert Warley in March 2011 02.jpg
Avatar Westferry Circus 2009 Robert Worley [32]
Torsion II - Charles Hadcock.jpg

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Torsion II Bank Street, Jubilee Park exit 2009–2011 Charles Hadcock [33]
Drawing Cube (Blue) - Suresh Dutt.jpg

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Drawing Cube (Blue) Montgomery Square 2010 Suresh Dutt [34]
London MMB »0H6 Canary Wharf.jpg
A Beautiful Sunset Mistaken for a Dawn Docklands Light Railway bridge over Middle Dock 2012 Sinta Tantra Mural Paint 30 m (98 ft) long [35][36]
Transitions Crossrail Place, Everyman lobby 2019 Michal Rovner Video art 16 m (52 ft) long [37]
Canary Wharf Elizabeth Line stn 28th May 2022 04.jpg
Captivated By Colour Adams Plaza Bridge 2020 Camille Walala Mural Vinyl [38][39]

Limehouse

Main article: Limehouse

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
St Anne, Limehouse - Churchyard (geograph 4559410).jpg
Limehouse (St Anne's) War Memorial St Anne's churchyard, Commercial Road

51°30′44″N 0°01′48″W / 51.5121°N 0.0300°W / 51.5121; -0.0300 (Limehouse War Memorial)
1921 Arthur George Walker Statue Grade II Unveiled 28 May 1921.[40]
St Jamess Gardens, Butcher Row (geograph 2854451).jpg
Ratcliff Memorial Cross St James's Gardens, Butcher Row

51°30′40″N 0°02′30″W / 51.5110°N 0.0416°W / 51.5110; -0.0416 (Ratcliff Memorial Cross)
1923 ? Memorial cross Grade II Unveiled 15 April 1923.[41]
"Restless Dream" - geograph.org.uk - 961635.jpg
Restless Dream Western portal of the Limehouse Link tunnel

51°30′39″N 0°02′25″W / 51.5108°N 0.0403°W / 51.5108; -0.0403 (Restless Dream)
1992 Zadok Ben-David Sculpture [8]
Herring Gull sculpture, Narrow Street - 2022-04-03.jpg
Herring Gull Narrow Street

51°30′32″N 0°02′00″W / 51.5089°N 0.0334°W / 51.5089; -0.0334 (Herring Gull)
1994 Jane Ackroyd Sculpture [42][43]
Antony Gormley Another Time, and Isle of Dogs.jpg
Another Time XVI River Thames off Limehouse

51°30′31″N 0°02′02″W / 51.5086°N 0.0339°W / 51.5086; -0.0339 (Another Time XVI)
2012 Antony Gormley Sculpture [44][45]

Mile End and Bow

Main articles: Mile End and Bow, London

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Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
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Statue of William Ewart Gladstone In front of Bow Church, Bow Road 1882 Albert Bruce-Joy Statue Grade II
Bust of Edward VII 39 Mile End Road E1 4TP (cropped).jpg
Bust of Edward VII 39 Mile End Road 1911 ? Bust Grade II Unveiled 12 October 1911.[46]
George Lansbury memorial, Bow (geograph 4731563).jpg
Memorial to George Lansbury Bow Road 1955 Memorial [47]
Grove Park War Memorial (7060872597).jpg
Bryant & May War Memorial Grove Hall Park

51°31′46″N 0°01′04″W / 51.5295°N 0.0178°W / 51.5295; -0.0178 (Bryant & May War Memorial)
1958 ? Memorial cross Grade II [48]
Attlee QMUL 1.jpg
Statue of Clement Attlee Queen Mary University of London Mile End campus 1988 Frank Forster Statue Unveiled 30 November 1988 in its original location, outside Limehouse Library, by Harold Wilson, the last living member of Attlee's cabinet.[49] The figure holds a copy of the National Assistance Act 1948. In 2005 the work was badly vandalised and was boxed up to prevent further damage; it was removed to its current location in 2010.[50] Peter Mandelson gave the statue its second unveiling on 4 April 2011.[51]
Wendy Taylor
Knowledge Library Square, Queen Mary University of London Mile End campus 2003 Wendy Taylor Sculpture An abstract representation of knowledge in stainless steel. The sphere with its smooth surface stands for the world and the ease with which knowledge can spread and be shared. The arms attached to the globe represent the giving and acceptance of knowledge.[52]
Sculptural seating Mile End Park

51°31′36″N 0°02′20″W / 51.5267°N 0.0390°W / 51.5267; -0.0390 (Sculptural seating)
2006 Leona Matuszczak Sculptural benches Group of four sculptural benches made from concrete.[53]
Pankhurst and King statues, Mile End (geograph 5048981).jpg

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Sustrans Portrait Bench Mile End Park

51°29′43″N 0°02′25″W / 51.49530°N 0.04024°W / 51.49530; -0.04024 (Sustrans Portrait Bench)
2011 ? Sculpture Unveiled 15 August 2011. Depicts Sylvia Pankhurst, Ledley King, and a towpath horse (not pictured).[54][55]
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Elephant in the Room Library Square, Queen Mary University of London Mile End campus 2017 Hannah Stewart and Chierol Lai Sculpture A sculpture in bronze resin of a sleeping baby elephant, intended to raise awareness of mental health issues and commissioned following a competition run by Queen Mary Students' Union.[56][57]

Poplar and Blackwall

Main articles: Poplar, London and Blackwall, London

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
White Horse, Poplar, E14 (18159780448).jpg
The White Horse Corner of Poplar High Street and Saltwell Street

51°30′34″N 0°01′16″W / 51.5094°N 0.0212°W / 51.5094; -0.0212 (The White Horse)
18th century ? Wooden sculpture Grade II Sign for a pub demolished in 2003.[58]
Cordelia street statue.jpg
Female figure (formerly holding a cornucopia) Lansbury Lawrence School, Poplar Mid-19th century ? Architectural sculpture Grade II From the Horn of Plenty pub, which stood on or near this site; mounted on the wall of the newly built school in 1951.[59][60]
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Statue of Richard Green East India Dock Road 1865/1866 Edward William Wyon Statue Grade II [61]
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Blackwall tunnel plaque Blackwall Tunnel northern approach, south of East India Dock Road

51°30′41″N 0°00′26″W / 51.5113°N 0.0073°W / 51.5113; -0.0073 (Blackwall Tunnel plaque)
1897 Alfred Drury Commemorative plaque Originally located on the original entrance gateway, demolished in 1959.
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Children's Memorial Poplar Recreation Ground 1919 A. R. Adams Grade II Unveiled 23 June 1919.[62] Commemorates the 18 children who were killed in a bombing raid (the first daylight raid of World War I) on Upper North Street School on 13 June 1917.[63]
War Memorial on St Leonards Road (geograph 3871243).jpg

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Poplar (St Michael and All Angels) War Memorial St Leonard's Road 1920 A. R. Adams Sculptural group Grade II Unveiled 4 December 1920 by the Duke of York (the future George V).[64]
Shadow Play In front of Compass House, Mulberry Place 1992 Dave King [61]
View of a sculpture in the middle of the roundabout at Leamouth (geograph 4984238) (cropped).jpg
Aerobic Leamouth Roundabout

51°30′39″N 0°00′04″E / 51.51085°N 0.00104°E / 51.51085; 0.00104 (Aerobic)
1993 Allen Jones [43]
Blackwall- The Virginia Settlers
Mariner's Astrolabe, Virginia Settlers Monument Jamestown Way 1999 Wendy Taylor Grade II [61]
Acorn Wall Relief Brunswick Wharf 2003 Wendy Taylor [61]
Statue of Teddy Baldock in Langdon Park 2014-05-16 18-39.jpg
Statue of Teddy Baldock Langdon Park 2014 Carl Payne Statue Unveiled 15 May 2014.[65]
Meridians and Metaphors Near the junction of Clove Crescent and Saffron Avenue David Jacobson

St Katharine Docks

Main article: St Katharine Docks

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Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Cannon Entrance to St Katharine Docks 18th century [66]
Anchor of Amsterdam St Katharine Docks, at entrance to East Dock 1748 (placed here 1980s) [66]
Girl with a dolphin in London, spring 2013 (2).JPG

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Girl with Dolphin Beside River Thames between Tower Bridge and entrance to docks 1973 David Wynne [66]
Timepiece by Wendy Taylor.jpg

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Timepiece Entrance to St Katharine Docks 1973 Wendy Taylor Grade II [66]
Gates of Ivory House, London.jpg
Elephants Entrance to Ivory House, on gateposts 1973 Peter Drew [66]
Silver Jubilee Crystal Crown.jpg
Silver Jubilee Crystal Crown Tower Hotel 1977 Arthur Fleischmann Relief
Geese Thomas More Street 1990 David Norris [66]
To Meet Again Thomas More Street 1990 Michael Beck [66]
Angelic Musician Thomas More Street 1991 Carl Milles [66]
Exotic Birds and other sculptures Various locations around St Katharine Docks 1995–97 Paula Haughney [66]
Rope Circle Hermitage Basin 1997 Wendy Taylor [66]
Voyager Cinnabar Wharf East 2000 Wendy Taylor [66]

Shadwell

Main article: Shadwell

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Shadwell edward 7 memorial 1.jpg
Memorial to Edward VII King Edward Memorial Park 1922 Bertram Mackennal Drinking fountain (formerly) The bronze portrait medallion of Edward VII was stolen in 2007.[67]
King Edward VII Memorial Park (geograph 3819487).jpg
Navigators' Memorial King Edward Memorial Park 1922 ? Commemorative stone [67]

Spitalfields

Main article: Spitalfields

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Whitechapel Threads (cropped).jpg
The Whitechapel Threads Bethnal Green Road, between Sclater Street and Braithwaite Street

51°31′25″N 0°04′29″W / 51.5236°N 0.0747°W / 51.5236; -0.0747 (The Whitechapel Threads)
1996 Tim Coppard and Hattie Coppard Bronze sculpture The plaque reads “The threads are a reminder of the importance of the garment and textile industries in this part of London and of the many communities who have lived and worked in the area.”[68]
Vortex sculpture.JPG
Vortex Lamb Street 1999 Barbara Sandler Sculpture [69]
I Goat Sculpture, Spitalfields, London.JPG

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I Goat Brushfield Street 2011 Kenny Hunter Sculpture [70]
Kalliopi Lemos’ ‘Wooden Boat with Seven People’ (44581363631).jpg
Wooden Boat with Seven People Brushfield Street 2011 Kalliopi Lemos Sculpture [71]

Tower Hill

Main article: Tower Hill

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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Tower Hill Memorial in spring 2013.JPG

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Merchant Navy First World War Memorial Trinity Square Gardens

51°30′35″N 0°04′40″W / 51.5096°N 0.0777°W / 51.5096; -0.0777 (Merchant Navy First World War Memorial)
1928 William Reid Dick Edwin Lutyens War memorial Grade I [72]
Memorial to Viscount Wakefield of Hythe - geograph.org.uk - 1138501.jpg
Memorial to Charles Wakefield, 1st Viscount Wakefield 41 Trinity Square 1937 Cecil Thomas Portrait plaque Grade II [73]
Seats within the War Memorial on Tower Hill - geograph.org.uk - 1012735.jpg

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Merchant Navy Second World War Memorial Trinity Square Gardens

51°30′35″N 0°04′41″W / 51.5097°N 0.0780°W / 51.5097; -0.0780 (Merchant Navy Second World War Memorial)
1952 Charles Wheeler Edward Maufe War memorial Grade II* [74]
Trajan Statue.JPG

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Statue of Trajan Trinity Place

51°30′36″N 0°04′34″W / 51.5099°N 0.0762°W / 51.5099; -0.0762 (Statue of Trajan)
20th century, after an original of the 2nd century AD ? Statue [75]
London, UK (August 2014) - 174.JPG

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Sundial Wakefield Gardens, outside Tower Hill tube station 1992 Edwin Russell John Chitty and Mike Duffie (landscape architects) Sundial [76]
Port of London Building Trinity Sq. (Falklands Merchant Navy Memorial.).JPG

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Merchant Navy Falklands War Memorial Trinity Square Gardens

51°30′35″N 0°04′38″W / 51.5097°N 0.0771°W / 51.5097; -0.0771 (Merchant Navy Falklands War Memorial)
2005 Gordon Newton War memorial [77]
Sculpture

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The Building Worker Tower Hill

51°30′34″N 0°04′32″W / 51.5094°N 0.0756°W / 51.5094; -0.0756 (The Building Worker)
2006 Alan Wilson Statue [78]

Victoria Park and Hackney Wick

Main articles: Victoria Park, London and Hackney Wick

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Baroness Burdett Coutts Drinking Fountain - South West View.jpg

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Baroness Burdett Coutts Drinking Fountain
Angela Burdett-Coutts, 1st Baroness Burdett-Coutts
Victoria Park

51°32′14″N 0°02′23″W / 51.5371°N 0.0397°W / 51.5371; -0.0397 (Baroness Burdett Coutts Drinking Fountain)
1862 Henry Astley Darbishire Drinking fountain Grade II* [79]
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Hackney Wick War Memorial Eastern side of Victoria Park, near Cadogan Terrace

51°32′34″N 0°01′49″W / 51.5427°N 0.0303°W / 51.5427; -0.0303 (Hackney Wick War Memorial)
1921 ? ? Obelisk Grade II Unveiled 12 March 1921.[80]

Wapping

Main article: Wapping

Image Title / subject Location and
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Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Raine
Bluecoat Girl Raine's House ? Statue in niche
Raine
Bluecoat Boy Raine's House ? Statue in niche
Bust of John Rennie, Wapping.jpg
Bust of John Rennie the Elder Spirit Quay 1992 John Ravera Bust [67]
The Dove, Wapping (geograph 1544115).jpg
Memorial to the Civilians of East London, 2nd World War 1939–1945 Hermitage Riverside Memorial Garden 2008 Wendy Taylor Sculpture Unveiled in July 2008 by Hazel Blears, then the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, and Alf Roffey, a survivor of the Blitz. On the site of Hermitage Wharf, which was destroyed in a bombing raid on 29 December 1940.[81]

Whitechapel and Stepney

Main articles: Whitechapel and Stepney

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Whitechapel Fountain (geograph 3300773).jpg

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Drinking fountain White Church Lane 1860 ? Drinking fountain Grade II Relocated from the Whitechapel Road. Inscribed "from one unknown yet well known", perhaps referring to William Weldon Champneys.[82]
Albert Gardens, Stepney - geograph.org.uk - 2311226 (cropped).jpg
Shepherd Boy Fountain Albert Gardens, Stepney

51°30′47″N 0°02′50″W / 51.5131°N 0.0472°W / 51.5131; -0.0472 (Shepherd Boy Fountain)
1903 ? Drinking fountain with statue Grade II The figure is holding a sickle and leaning against a sheaf of corn, so is actually a harvester rather than a shepherd. Made in Paris by the Fonderies d'art du Val D'Orne.[83][84]
Statue of Queen Alexandra, Royal London Hospital (14518440501).jpg
Statue of Alexandra of Denmark Whitechapel Road, behind the Royal London Hospital 1908 George Edward Wade Statue Grade II [85]
Memorial to Edward VII, Whitechapel Road, E1 - geograph.org.uk - 891860.jpg

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Edward VII Memorial Drinking Fountain Mile End Road 1911 William Silver Frith Drinking fountain with sculpture Grade II [86]
North Face of the Stepney War Memorial (01).jpg

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Stepney War Memorial St Dunstan's churchyard

51°31′00″N 0°02′32″W / 51.5168°N 0.0423°W / 51.5168; -0.0423 (Stepney War Memorial)
after 1918 ? Celtic cross Grade II [87]
War Memorial St George
St George in the East War Memorial St George's Gardens (former churchyard of St George in the East)

51°30′37″N 0°03′34″W / 51.5103°N 0.0595°W / 51.5103; -0.0595 (St George in the East War Memorial)
1924 Joseph Clayton Obelisk Grade II Unveiled 15 November 1924.[88]
Bust of William Booth 9 Mile End Road E1 4TP.jpg
Bust of William Booth Mile End Road 1927 George Edward Wade Bust [89]
William Booth Statue, Mile End Road (13035167305).jpg

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Statue of William Booth Mile End Road 1979 (casting) George Edward Wade Statue [90]
Les Naï[a]des 45 Whitechapel Road 1985 Ivor Abrahams Sculpture [90]
Entrance, Altab Ali Park.jpg
Gateway arch
Altab Ali
Entrance to Altab Ali Park 1989 David Petersen [91]
Spitalfields Column Middlesex Street 1995 Richard Perry Sculpture [90]
Buxton Street Ram and Magpie.jpg
Ram and Magpie Allen Gardens Playground, Buxton Street 1996 Paula Haughney Sculpture [90]
Shaheed Minar Altab Ali Park.JPG
Shaheed Minar (Martyrs' Monument) Altab Ali Park, on the corner of Whitechapel Road and White Church Lane 1999 After Hamidur Rahman Sculpture Unveiled 17 February 1999 by Humayun Rashid Choudhury. A smaller replica of the Shaheed Minar in Dhaka, Bangladesh.[91]
Whitechapel Gallery vane 2020.jpg
Erasmus Weathervane Whitechapel Gallery 2007 Rodney Graham Weathervane [92][93]
Catherine Booth statue Mile End Road.JPG
Statue of Catherine Booth Mile End Road 2015 After George Edward Wade Statue Unveiled 2 July 2015.[94]
Goodman

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The Goodman's Fields Horses Goodman's Fields Piazza 2015 Hamish Mackie Sculptures, some set in a fountain Winner of the PMSA's Marsh Award for Excellence in Public Fountains.[95]
A Sunday Afternoon in Whitechapel Whitechapel station 2018 Chantal Joffe Aluminium panels A series of 2m-tall panels in laser-cut aluminium depicting members of the local community, enlarged from paper collages. A homage to Seurat's Sunday Afternoon on La Grande Jatte (1884).[96]

See also

References

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  16. ^ SCULPTURE IN THE WORKPLACE
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  21. ^ Gerald Laing: Relief portrait of Michael von Clemm. Canary Wharf. Retrieved 17 April 2015.
  22. ^ Keith Rand: Original Form. Canary Wharf. Retrieved 5 April 2015.
  23. ^ Konstantin Grcic: Six Public Clocks. Canary Wharf. Retrieved 18 April 2015.
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