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Sculpture Collection (page 2)

Background imageSculpture Collection: Oldenburg / van Bruggen - Bottle of Notes DP169355

Oldenburg / van Bruggen - Bottle of Notes DP169355
Bottle of Notes sculpture, by Claes Oldenburg & Coose van Bruggen, 1993. Centre Square, Middlesbrough. A tribute to Captain Cooke (1728-79). Photographed by Alun Bull 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: The Levelling Stone DP164627

The Levelling Stone DP164627
The Levelling Stone, Upper Precinct, Coventry, West Midlands. Slab of slate depicting a Phoenix rising from the flames marking the redevelopment of Coventry

Background imageSculpture Collection: Hepworth - Curved Reclining Form DP169058

Hepworth - Curved Reclining Form DP169058
Barbara Hepworth sculpture of Curved Reclining Form (Rosewall), Future Walk, West Bars, Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Photographed by Alun Bull 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: Brown - Meat Porters DP178265

Brown - Meat Porters DP178265
Meat Porters (1959) by Ralph Brown, Market Square, Town Centre, Harlow, Essex. General view from the south west. Photographed by Steven Baker 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: Frink - Horse and Rider DP183065

Frink - Horse and Rider DP183065
Dover Street and Piccadilly, Mayfair, London. Elisabeth Frink sculpture " Horse and Rider" from south west. Detail. Photographed by Chris Redgrave in 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: Hepworth - Winged Figure DP183020

Hepworth - Winged Figure DP183020
John Lewis Departmant Store, Oxford Street, Marylebone, Greater London. Barbara Hepworth sculpture " Winged Figure" mounted on Holles Street elevation. Detail

Background imageSculpture Collection: Frink - Desert Quartet DP167464

Frink - Desert Quartet DP167464
Montague Shopping Centre, Alexander Terrace, Worthing, West Sussex. Desert Quartet by Dame Elizabeth Frink. Photographed by James O. Davies, 2014

Background imageSculpture Collection: Festival of Britain a67_00186

Festival of Britain a67_00186
Festival of Britain, South Bank, Lambeth, London. A nightime view across the Thames looking towards the South Bank Exhibition site during the Festival of Britain showing Skylon illuminated

Background imageSculpture Collection: Festival of Britain OP04528

Festival of Britain OP04528
Festival of Britain, South Bank, Lambeth, London. The Lion and Unicorn Pavilion interior, showing rope models of the lion and the unicorn. Photographed in 1951

Background imageSculpture Collection: Festival of Britain OP04524

Festival of Britain OP04524
Festival of Britain, South Bank, Lambeth, London. The upstream section of the exhibition site, seen from the Waterloo Station entrance. Photographed in 1951

Background imageSculpture Collection: Festival of Britain a51_06843

Festival of Britain a51_06843
Festival of Britain, South Bank, Lambeth, London. A view between the north wall of Station Gate and the Turntable Cafe at the South Bank Exhibition site during the Festival of Britain with The Skylon

Background imageSculpture Collection: Festival of Britain a51_06896

Festival of Britain a51_06896
Festival of Britain, South Bank, Lambeth, London. An elevated view looking down onto the courtyard of the Regatta Restaurant on the South Bank Exhibition site during the Festival of Britain

Background imageSculpture Collection: Jonzen - female nude OP32774

Jonzen - female nude OP32774
Festival of Britain 1951. Lambeth, London. A terracotta sculpture of a female nude by Karin Jonzen produced for the South Bank Exhibition

Background imageSculpture Collection: Contrapuntal Forms a51_06170

Contrapuntal Forms a51_06170
Festival of Britain 1951, Lambeth, London. Barbara Hepworths sculpture Contrapuntal Forms exhibited on the South Bank Exhibition site. Photographed by M W Parry

Background imageSculpture Collection: Canova - Napoleon as Mars the Peacemaker N150030

Canova - Napoleon as Mars the Peacemaker N150030
APSLEY HOUSE, London. View of Antonio CANOVA (1757-1822) statue of Napoleon as Mars the Peacemaker and bust of the Duke of Wellington 1832 by Benedetto PISTRUCCI (1784-1855)

Background imageSculpture Collection: Hepworth - Monolith (Empyrean) N070262

Hepworth - Monolith (Empyrean) N070262
KENWOOD HOUSE, Hampstead Lane, Hampstead, London. Detail of white cherry tree with sculpture. Monolith (Empirean) by Barbara Hepworth 1954. Photographed by James O. Davies in 2007

Background imageSculpture Collection: Canova - Napoleon as Mars the Peacemaker J040041

Canova - Napoleon as Mars the Peacemaker J040041
APSLEY HOUSE, London. Interior view of the principal staircase with the statue of Napoleon holding a figure of Victory by Antonio CANOVA (1757-1822). Napoleon as Mars the Peacemaker

Background imageSculpture Collection: Canova - Napoleon as Mars the Peacemaker J040043

Canova - Napoleon as Mars the Peacemaker J040043
APSLEY HOUSE, London. Interior view of the principal staircase with the statue of Napoleon holding a figure of Victory by Antonio CANOVA (1757-1822). Napoleon as Mars the Peacemaker

Background imageSculpture Collection: Figure of Peace from Wellington Arch quadriga M010421

Figure of Peace from Wellington Arch quadriga M010421
THE WELLINGTON ARCH, London. Detail of the face of the figure of Peace of the quadriga. An Edwardian commission, finally erected in 1912. Neo-Classical sculpture by Adrian Jones (1845-1938)

Background imageSculpture Collection: Angel of the North N080522

Angel of the North N080522
THE ANGEL OF THE NORTH, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear. Detailed view of Antony Gormleys statue

Background imageSculpture Collection: Sir Matt Busby K031020

Sir Matt Busby K031020
MANCHESTER UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB (Old Trafford), Sir Matt Busby Way, Manchester. View of the statue of Sir Matt Busby

Background imageSculpture Collection: Statue with bra a071605

Statue with bra a071605
EDWARD ONSLOW FORD MEMORIAL, Abbey Road, St Johns Wood, London. The bronze seated female figure on the Edward Onslow Ford memorial, wearing a bra, with obelisk behind and a lamp standard to right

Background imageSculpture Collection: Chiswick House gardens N071016

Chiswick House gardens N071016
CHISWICK HOUSE AND GARDENS, London. View of an obelisk with a swan in the foreground

Background imageSculpture Collection: Chiswick House table K990997

Chiswick House table K990997
CHISWICK HOUSE, London. The Chiswick tables. Detail of the restored right side giltwood marble top table c 1725 with carving attributed to Guelfi

Background imageSculpture Collection: Chiswick House K020248

Chiswick House K020248
CHISWICK HOUSE, London. Interior detail of the lead sphinx by John Cheere (1709-87) in the ground floor of the Link Building

Background imageSculpture Collection: Eltham Palace K020345

Eltham Palace K020345
ELTHAM PALACE, Greenwich, London. Interior detail of Virginia Courtaulds bathroom. The bath niche tiled with gold mosaic tiles & housing statue of Psyche

Background imageSculpture Collection: Sandbach Crosses J010096

Sandbach Crosses J010096
SANDBACH CROSSES, Cheshire. Reconstruction drawing of one of the crosses in the 9th century before it was moved to Sandbach, by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team)

Background imageSculpture Collection: Stokesay Castle K011396

Stokesay Castle K011396
STOKESAY CASTLE, Shropshire. Detail of carved head on the 17th century gatehouse corner post

Background imageSculpture Collection: Wrest Park Orangery K021178

Wrest Park Orangery K021178
WREST PARK HOUSE AND GARDENS, Bedfordshire. An interior view of the Orangery c1835 designed by Thomas Philip, 2nd Earl de Grey showing chimneypiece from the old house, sculpture and tiled floor

Background imageSculpture Collection: Chadwick - Trigon DP178260

Chadwick - Trigon DP178260
Trigon (1961) by Lynn Chadwick, Broad Walk, Town Centre, Harlow, Essex. General view from the south east. Photographed by Steven Baker 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: McWilliam - Elisabeth Frink DP178241

McWilliam - Elisabeth Frink DP178241
Portrait figure of Elisabeth Frink (1956) by Frederick Edward McWilliam, West Walk, Town Centre, Harlow, Essex. General view from the north east. Photographed by Steven Baker 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: Mitchell - reliefs / mosaics DP178283

Mitchell - reliefs / mosaics DP178283
Seven reliefs/mosaics (1963) by William Mitchell, The Water Gardens, Harlow, Essex. Detail view from the south east of relief/mosaic No.7 (ordered from west to east). Photographed by Steven Baker 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: Mitchell - reliefs / mosaics DP178280

Mitchell - reliefs / mosaics DP178280
Seven reliefs/mosaics (1963) by William Mitchell, The Water Gardens, Harlow, Essex. Detail view from the south east of relief/mosaic No.4 (ordered from west to east). Photographed by Steven Baker 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: Brown - Meat Porters DP178262

Brown - Meat Porters DP178262
Meat Porters (1959) by Ralph Brown, Market Square, Town Centre, Harlow, Essex. General view from the south east. Photographed by Steven Baker 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: Wynne - Guy the Gorilla DP183088

Wynne - Guy the Gorilla DP183088
Crystal Palace Park, Sydenham, Greater London. David Wynne sculpture Guy The Gorilla. Photographed by Chris Redgrave in 2016

Background imageSculpture Collection: Wynne - Guy the Gorilla DP183090

Wynne - Guy the Gorilla DP183090
Crystal Palace Park, Sydenham, Greater London. David Wynne sculpture Guy The Gorilla. Photographed by Chris Redgrave in 2016

Background imageSculpture Collection: Brazdys - Ritual DP183075

Brazdys - Ritual DP183075
Coleman Street, City of London. Antanas Brazdys sculpture Ritual from north east. Photographed by Chris Redgrave in 2016

Background imageSculpture Collection: Festival of Britain a002144

Festival of Britain a002144
Festival of Britain, South Bank, Lambeth, London. A view looking towards the south bank and the site of the Festival of Britain which took place in 1951

Background imageSculpture Collection: Milling J850578

Milling J850578
Rievaulx Abbey, North Yorkshire. Stone carving in Rievaulx museum showing miller, mule and mill

Background imageSculpture Collection: Face DP171405

Face DP171405
Quadriga Statue, Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner, Westminster, London. One of a series of details of the main figure with conservation in progress

Background imageSculpture Collection: Festival of Britain a51_07997

Festival of Britain a51_07997
Festival of Britain, South Bank, Lambeth, London. Reg Butlers Bird and Cage sculpture exhibited on the South Bank Exhibition site during the Festival of Britain. Photographed by M W Parry in 1951

Background imageSculpture Collection: Contrapuntal Forms a51_06169

Contrapuntal Forms a51_06169
Festival of Britain 1951, Lambeth, London. Barbara Hepworths sculpture Contrapuntal Forms exhibited on the South Bank Exhibition site. Photographed by M W Parry

Background imageSculpture Collection: Alnwick lions a98_05038

Alnwick lions a98_05038
PERCY TENANTRY COLUMN, Alnwick, Northumberland. A detail of the Percy Tenantry Column in Alnwick showing two of the lions at the base of the monument

Background imageSculpture Collection: Side table detail, Chiswick House K000363

Side table detail, Chiswick House K000363
CHISWICK HOUSE, London. The Gallery. Detail of the giltwood marble top side table to the right of the Tribunal or Saloon doorway

Background imageSculpture Collection: Osborne House K040230

Osborne House K040230
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. View from the Lower Terrace overlooking the Andromeda Fountain

Background imageSculpture Collection: Roman cornucopia N081013

Roman cornucopia N081013
CORBRIDGE Roman Town Museum, Northumberland. Top part of a stone cornucopia with original paint

Background imageSculpture Collection: Palace of Westminster a077160

Palace of Westminster a077160
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, London. A view from Old Palace Yard adjacent to the Houses of Parliament in Westminster, looking up through the mist past Marochettis equestrian sculpture of King Richard I

Background imageSculpture Collection: Royal Botanic Gardens, London a064156

Royal Botanic Gardens, London a064156
ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS, Palm House, Kew, London. A view across lawn to the pond at Kew Gardens looking west to the Palm House, an oriental lion statue to left, framed by trees above



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