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  • Public Art Around The World - A website presenting the good, the bad and the down right ugly Public Art from around the world. Including the controversies, the scandals and the rumors.
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  • Join the Public Art Around The World Mailing List
    Public_Art_Mailing_List.html
  • Public Art News : Keep informed and up to date with Public Art news stories from around the world. Everything relating to Public Art is here, including controversies, vandalized and stolen public art and much, much more.
    Public_Art_News.html
  • Art From Down Under - A glimpse into the good, the bad and the ugly Public Art in Australia, including Perth, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Tasmania.
    Public_Art_in_Australia.html
  • Public Art in New South Wales : An index of public art throughout New South Wales, including statues, sculptures and monuments.
    Public_Art_in_New_South_Wales.html
  • Public Art In Bowral - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Bowral.
    Public_Art_In_Bowral.html
  • The Final Salute statue of Sir Donald Bradman, outside the Bradman Museum of Cricket in Bowral, was designed by sculptor Tanya Bartlett
    Final_Salute_Statue.html
  • Bowral Commemorative Wall - Bowral's Commemoration Wall was a gift from Ted Springett and his family to the Bowral community
    Bowral_Commemorative_Wall.html
  • Bowral War Memorial -This memorial was erected by the people of Bowral and Glenquarry in honour of those who served during the GREAT WAR 1.
    Bowral_War_Memorial.html
  • Statue of Mary Poppins
    Statue_of_Mary_Poppins.html
  • Public Art in Robertson - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Robertson.
    Public_Art_in_Robertson.html
  • Big Potato sculpture can be found in the town of Robertson in New South Wales
    Big_Potato.html
  • Kangaloon Honour Roll -
    Kangaloon_Honour_Roll.html
  • Robertson Honour Roll - The Robertson Honour Roll lists the 87 veterans who served during the Korean Campaign, Vietnam War, World War I, World War II.
    Robertson_Honour_Roll.html
  • Public Art in Sydney - Sydney has an incredibly array of Public Art, some good, some bad and some quite unexplainable.
    Public_Art_In_Sydney.html
  • Amicus Certus - The Amicus Certus sculpture which resides on the facade of AMP building was created by sculptor Tom Bass in the 1960s
    Amicus_Certus.html
  • Kephisodotos Copy - The Athena statue is a copy presented to the city of Sydney by the Mayor of Athens in 2000
    Athena_statue_sydney.html
  • Ben Chifley sculpture - The Ben Chifley sculpture was created by Simeon Nelson in honour of Australia's former labor Prime Minister
    Ben_Chifley_sculpture.html
  • Bird Totem Sculpture
    Bird_Totem_Sculpture.html
  • Blarney Castle Stone : A chunk of Blarney Castle battlement cemented firmly onto the rim of the wishing well outside the Queen Victoria Building, Sydney, Australia.
    Blarney_Castle_Stone.html
  • Bonds of Friendship sculpture - The Bonds of Friendship sculpture in Jesse Street Gardens, Sydney, was designed by sculptor John Edwards Robinson
    Bonds_of_Friendship_sculpture.html
  • Captain Arthur Phillip Fountain : No Bones About It - Poor Simonetti suffered nearly a decade of pain creating the Captain Arthur Phillip Fountain, thanks to political and aesthetic debates.
    Captain_Arthur_Phillip_Fountain.html
  • Commando Memorial - The Sydney Commando Memorial was erected in 1982 in honour of the squadrons and special forces who gave their lives in World War II.
    Sydney_Commando_Memorial.html
  • Dobell Memorial Sculpture - Herbert Flugelman's sculpture, also known as the Pyramid Tower and the Silver Shish Kebab,was controversial removed from Martin Place
    Dobell_Memorial_Sculpture.html
  • Edge of theTrees sculpture - The Edge of The Trees sculpture outside the Sydney Museum was created by artists Janet Laurence & Fiona Foley
    Edge_of_the_Trees_sculpture.html
  • First Fleet Flag Memorial - First Fleet Flag Memorial was erected to commemorate the location of the first ceremony of the saluting of the English flag by Captain Arthur Phillip took place, following the arrival of the First Fleet to Australia in 1788.
    First_Fleet_Flag_Memorial.html
  • First Fleet Memorial in Sydney -
    First_Fleet_Memorial_in_Sydney.html
  • Frazer Fountain in Sydney -
    Frazer_Fountain_in_Sydney.html
  • Governor Macquarie Statue : AKA The Flasher - The unfortunate pose and the location of the Governor Macquarie statue (hidden in the trees) at Parliament House has led to it being nicknamed "The Flasher".
    Governor_Macquarie_Statue.html
  • HMS Sirius Gun - The HMS Sirius Gun is a 6 Pounder cast iron gun , one of 10 cannons that the HMS Sirius was carrying when it arrived in Australia in 1788.
    HMS_Sirius_Gun.html
  • Il Porcellino - This Little Piggy : Il Porcellino is one of five copies of a Pietro Tacca's wild boar statue. This one was donated by Marchessa Clarissa Torrigiani in memory of her father and brother.
    Il_Porcellino.html
  • Islay Statue : Little Beggar - The bronze talking statue of Queen Victoria's favourite pet, a royal Skye terrier, can be found outside the Queen Victoria Building in Sydney.
    Islay_Statue.html
  • Jessie Street Memorial - The Jessie Street Memorial in Sydney was erected in 1990 in honour of the Australian suffragette, feminist and human rights campaigner Jessie Street
    Jessie_Street_Memorial.html
  • John Dunmore Lang Statue : Though the statue of John Dunmore Lang is placed in the park near the site of his church it has unfortunately been placed with his back to it !
    John_Dunmore_Lang_Statue.html
  • Statue of King Edward VII : Commissioned by the King Edward Memorial Executive Committee in honour of a popular monarch.
    King_Edward_VII_Statue.html
  • Lands Department Building : High on the ledges of the Lands Department building silently stand the 23 sandstone figures of legislators, explorers and botanists.
    Lands_Department_Building.html
  • Allan Cunningham statue -The statue of Allan Cunningham in the niche of the Department of Lands Building was carved by sculptor Tommaso Sani
    Allan_Cunningham_statue.html
  • Statue of Arthur Phillip - The statue of Admiral Arthur Phillip is located in a niche on the Bridge Street facade of the Department of Lands Building, Sydney, Australia.
    Statue_of_Arthur_Phillip.html
  • Statue of Charles Sturt - The Statue of Captain Charles Sturt is located in a niche on the Bridge Street facade of the Department of Lands Building, Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia.
    Statue_of_Charles_Sturt.html
  • Daniel H Deniehy statue - The statue of Daniel Deniehy can be found in a niche on the Gresham Street facade of the Department of Lands Building, Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia.
    Daniel_H_Deniehy_statue.html
  • Statue of Ludwig Leichhardt - The statue of Leichardt can be found in a niche on the Bridge Street facade of the Department of Lands Building, Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia.
    Statue_of_Ludwig_Leichhardt.html
  • Statue of George Bass - The statue of George Bass is located in a niche on the Bridge Street facade of the Department of Lands Building, Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia.
    Statue_of_George_Bass.html
  • Gregory Blaxland statue - The statue of Gregory Blaxland can be found in the niche on the Bent Street facade of the Department of Lands Building, Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia.
    Gregory_Blaxland_statue.html
  • Hamilton Hume statue - The Hamilton Hume statue is located in a niche on the Bridge Street facade of the Land Department Building, Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia.
    Hamilton_Hume_statue.html
  • Statue of John Oxley - The statue of John Oxley is location in a niche on the Bridge Street facade of the Department of Lands Building, Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia.
    Statue_of_John_Oxley.html
  • James Squire Farnell statue - The statue of James Squire Farnell can be found in a niche on the Bent Street facade of the Department of Lands Building, Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia.
    James_Squire_Farnell_statue.html
  • James Macdouall Stuart statue - The statue of James Macdouall Stuart can be found in a niche on the Loftus Street facade of the Department of Lands Building, Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia.
    James_Macdouall_Stuart_statue.html
  • James Meehan statue -
    James_Meehan_statue.html
  • Statue of Matthew Flinders - The statue of Matthew Flinders can be found in a niche of the Bridge Street facade of the Department of Lands Building, Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia.
    Statue_of_Matthew_Flinders.html
  • Sir John Robertson statue - The Sir John Robertson statue can be found in a niche on the Bent Street Facade of the Department of Lands Building, Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia.
    Sir_John_Robertson_statue.html
  • Sir James Martin statue - The statue of Sir James Martin can be found in a niche on the Gresham Street facade of the Department of Lands Building, Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia.
    Sir_James_Martin_statue.html
  • Statue of Sir George Grey - The statue of Sir George Grey is located in a niche on the Gresham Street facade of the Department of Lands Building, Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia.
    Statue_of_Sir_George_Grey.html
  • Sir Henry Parkes statue - The statue of Sir Henry Parkes is locaed in a niche on the Gresham Street facade of the Department of Lands Building, Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia.
    Sir_Henry_Parkes_statue.html
  • Statue of Sir Thomas Mitchell - The statue of Sir Thomas Mitchell is located in a niche on the Bridge Street facade of the Department of Lands Building, Sydney, Australia
    Statue_of_Sir_Thomas_Mitchell.html
  • Statue of Sir Joseph Banks - The statue of Sir Joseph Banks can be found in a niche on the Bridge Street facade of the Department of Lands Building, Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia.
    Statue_of_Sir_Joseph_Banks.html
  • Robert O'Hara Burke statue - The Robert O'Hara Burke statue is located in a niche on the Bridge Street facade of the Department of Lands Building, Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia.
    Robert_O'Hara_Burke_statue.html
  • William Charles Wentworth statue - The statue of William Charles Wentworth is located in a niche on the Bent Street facade of the Department of Lands Building, Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia.
    William_Charles_Wentworth_statue.html
  • William Lawson statue - The statue of William Lawson is located in a niche on the Bent Street facade of the Department of Lands Building, Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia.
    William_Lawson_statue.html
  • William Hilton Hovell statue - The statue of William Hilton Hovell is located in a niche on the Bridge Street facade of the Department of Lands Building, Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia.
    William_Hilton_Hovell_statue.html
  • William John Wills statue - The statue of William J Wills is located in a niche on the Bridge Street facade of the Department of Lands Building, Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia.
    William_John_Wills_statue.html
  • Macquarie's Obelisk : What's the Point - Macquarie's Obelisk 'symbolic peg', known as Macquarie's Obelisk, marks the oldest milestone for measuring roads and the oldest urban park.
    Macquarie's_Obelisk.html
  • Matthew Flinders Statue : A Fleeting Moment - William Robert Colton created the Matthew Flinders Statue, which was erected in Sydney, in honour of the first man to circumnavigate Australia.
    Matthew_Flinders_Statue.html
  • Memory is Creation without End -
    Memory_is_Creation_without_End.html
  • NSW Servicewomen Memorial -
    NSW_Servicewomen_Memorial.html
  • Pioneer Woman sculpture
    Pioneer_Woman_sculpture.html
  • Prince Albert Statue: Albert The Good - The Prince Albert Statue was erected in honor of Queen Victoria's beloved husband in 1866.
    Prince_Albert_Statue.html
  • Queen Victoria Monument : Pax Britannica - The Queen Victoria Monument commemorates the longest reigning monarch. It is a copy of Joseph Edgar Boehm's statue located at Windsor.
    Queen_Victoria_Monument.html
  • Queen Victoria Statue : The controversial statue of Queen Victoria, referred to as the "Auld Bitch" by James Joyce, was created by Irish sculptor, John Hughes, in 1924.
    Queen_Victoria_Statue.html
  • Richard Johnson Obelisk -
    Richard_Johnson_Obelisk.html
  • Royal Australian Regiment Memorial : This memorial commemorates the foundation of Australia's first regular operational infantry regiment.
    Royal_Australian_Regiment_Memorial.html
  • Shakespeare Memorial: To Be Or Not To Be - The Shakespeare Memorial was commissioned by the family of Shakespeare enthusiast, Henry Gullett .
    Shakespeare_Memorial.html
  • The Sir Richard Bourke Statue ( Order in the Courts) - The Sir Richard Bourke Statue was erected in honour of the Governor of NSW, who introduced the British system of, trial by jury, into Australia.
    Sir_Richard_Bourke_Statue.html
  • Soudan Contingent Plaques -
    Soudan_Contingent_Plaques.html
  • Sydney Cenotaph : The Sydney Cenotaph is made from 20 tonnes of granite and the two bronze statues were modelled on a real life soldier and sailor.
    Sydney_Cenotaph.html
  • Sydney General Post Office sculptures -
    Sydney_General_Post_Office_sculptures.html
  • Tank Stream Fountain : The Tank Stream Fountain was created by sculptor Stephen Walker in 1981 to to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the first publication of the Sydney Herald.
    Tank_Stream_Fountain.html
  • Thomas Sutcliffe Mort Statue: Put That on Ice - Thomas Sutcliffe Mort Statue was erected in honour of one of Australia's earliest and most successful entrepreneurs.
    Thomas_Sutcliffe_Mort_Statue.html
  • To Sail To Stop sculpture - The To Sail To Stop sculpture was designed by artist Ingrid Orfali and unveiled by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in 1992
    To_Sail_To_Stop_sculpture.html
  • Trim the Cat statue : The faithful cat of Matthew Flinders was immortalised by sculptor John Cornwell in 1996 and stands quietly on the window ledge of the Mitchell Library, Sydney.
    Trim_the_Cat_statue.html
  • Walking in Time sculpture - The Walking in Time sculpture on George Street in Sydney was created by Dominique Sutton in 2003
    Walking_in_Time_sculpture.html
  • A Folly for Mrs Macquarie : A folly, in architectural terms, is is an extravagant, frivolous or fanciful building, designed more for artistic expression than for practicality.
    A_Folly_for_Mrs_Macquarie.html
  • The Boxers Statues : Ring ins - The two 2m high marble statues are copies of the two boxer statues "Kreugas and Damoxenus" by Italian sculptor, Antonio Canova (1757-1822).
    The_Boxers_Statues.html
  • Boy Extracting Thorn Statue : The marble copy of the famous 'Fidele' (faithful) statue was imported into Australia from Italy, in 1883. The original statue known as 'Fidele' (faithful) .
    Boy_Extracting_Thorn_Statue.html
  • Captain Arthur Phillip Memorial Wall - The Memorial Wall honouring Captain Arthur Phillip was built using bricks from his house in Hampshire England
    Captain_Arthur_Phillip_Memorial_Wall.html
  • Choragic Monument :The Choragic Monument is a copy of the original monument of Lysicrates which dates back to 334 BC and still stands near the Acropolis in Athens.
    Choragic_Monument.html
  • Earth Mother Sculpture : Between a Rock and A Hard Place - Perched high above Sydney Harbour is the layered earth sculpture inspired by rock formations.
    Earth_Mother_Sculpture.html
  • Four Season Statues : Four Seasons in One Day - The three marble statues in the Royal Botanical Garens, Sydney, represent the Four Seasons, Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring.
    Four_Season_Statues.html
  • Garden Palace plaque -
    Garden_Palace_plaque.html
  • Huntsman and Dogs statue - Also known as the Hunter and Hounds statue this imitation bronze was sculpted by French artist Henri Alfred Marie Jacquemart .
    Huntsman_and_Dogs_statue.html
  • Linda da Chamonix Statue
    Linda_di_Chamonix_Statue.html
  • Love Led Them statue
    Love_Led_Them_statue.html
  • Mare and Foal Sculpture : La Reyna - The Mare and Foal sculpture by French Sculptor, Arthur Jacques Le Duc, was purchased in 1891.
    Mare_and_Foal_Sculpture.html
  • Palm Sculpture : Copper sculpture by Bronwyn Oliver of a seed like form representing the palm and (some say) the magnolia.
    Palm_Sculpture.html
  • Slit Drum : Slit drums were traditionally used for beating dance rythmns, sending messages or summoning villagers to gatherings.
    Slit_Drum.html
  • Sweep Boy Statue -
    Sweep_Boy_Statue.html
  • Venus Italica Sydney : A marble replica of Antonio Canova's Venus 'Italica'.
    Venus_Italica_Sydney.html
  • Venus Fountain Sydney
    Venus_Fountain_Sydney.html
  • Public Art At The Rocks : The good, the bad and the ugly public art at The Rocks, Sydney
    Public_Art_At_The_Rocks.html
  • The Beacon Sculpture : A gift to the People of Sydney by James Fairfax to celebrate the Sesquicentenary of Sydney in 1992. The Beacon was designed by Robert Klippel.
    The_Beacon_Sculpture.html
  • Biggles Statue - Dog Gone : The crazy pooch named Biggles who leapt to his death chasing a rat was immortalised in bronze near his home at The Rocks, Sydney.
    Biggles_Statue.html
  • Captain William Bligh Statue : The Captain William Bligh Statue outside Cadman's Cottage in Sydney is often confused for being that of Napoleon Bonaparte.
    Captain_William_Bligh_Statue.html
  • Captain Arthur Phillip Bust: A rather fashionable bronze study of Captain Arthur Phillip (founder of Sydney) by Jean Hill.
    Captain_Arthur_Phillip_Bust.html
  • First Impressions Sculpture: The First Impressions sculpture by Bud Dumas is located at The Rocks in Sydney
    First_Impressions_Sculpture.html
  • Hans Christian Andersen statue -
    Hans_Christian_Andersen_statue.html
  • Legacy Remembers Memorial - The Legacy Remembers Memoria at The Rocks in Sydney l includes a horse trough donated by the family of the late E.J.N. Tomkins
    Legacy_Remembers_Memorial.html
  • Lieutenant Colonel George Barney Monument : Bronze relief of soldier and engineer, Lieutenant Colonel George Barney, by sculptor Denis Adams.
    Lieutenant_Colonel_George_Barney_Monument.html
  • Lucy Osburn plaque -
    Lucy_Osburn_plaque.html
  • Public Art of Hyde Park Sydney : Discover the controversy, history and bizarre stories behind the statues, monuments and sculptures in Hyde Park, Sydney.
    Public_Art_of_Hyde_Park_Sydney.html
  • ANZAC Memorial Hyde Park : Controversial in its time, the sculptor Rayner Hoff, declined to cast two sculptures for the ANZAC Memorial due to opposition by the Catholic Church.
    ANZAC_Memorial_Hyde_Park.html
  • Archibald Fountain : Apollo's Pool - Archibald Fountain was donated by J.F.Archibald founder of the Bulletin, as a gift to the City of Sydney.
    Archibald_Fountain.html
  • Captain Cook Statue Sydney : The statue was erected, in 1879, to commemorate Captain Cook's discovery of the east coast of Australia in 1770.
    Captain_Cook_Statue_Sydney.html
  • Frederick Joseph Walker Fountain : Who on earth is Frederick Joseph Walker ?
    Frederick_Joseph_Walker_Fountain.html
  • Labours and Beauty of Pioneering Mankind : A 4.5m sculpture of three carved sandstone figures depicting Water, Fire and Earth by sculptor Gerard Havekes.
    Labours_and_Beauty_of_Pioneering_Mankind.html
  • Oddfellows Memorial : In memory of 501 members of the Grand United Order of Oddfellows who made the supreme sacrifice 1914 - 1919
    Oddfellows_Memorial.html
  • Somewhere to Vent -Thornton Obelisk : Once referred to as Thornton's Scent Bottle, the Egyptian styled obelisk was in fact a sewer vent.
    Thornton_Obelisk.html
  • William Bede Dalley Statue : Dressed in his iconic buttoned coat, William Bede Dalley's statue is often referred to as "The Green Man ".
    William_Bede_Dalley_Statue.html
  • Public Art in Sydney Suburbs - Discover the good, the bad and the ugly public art in Sydney suburbs
    Public_Art_in_Sydney_Suburbs.html
  • Public Art in North Ryde - Discover the best and worst of public art in North Ryde, Sydney
    Public_Art_in_North_Ryde.html
  • Public Art Victoria - Discover the controversy, history, bizarre stories behind some of Victoria's well known statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_in_Victoria.html
  • Public Art in Melbourne - Discover the controversy, history, bizarre stories behind some of Melbourne's well known statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_in_Melbourne.html
  • Adam Lindsay Gordon Memorial : The Adam Lindsay Gordon statue was created by sculptor Paul Montford in honour of Australian poet and grazier.
    Adam_Lindsay_Gordon_Memorial.html
  • Albert Dunstan Statue : The Albert Dunstan Statue, by Peter Corlett, was erected in honour of Victorian Premier's who have been in office for more than 3,000 days.
    Albert_Dunstan_Statue.html
  • Architectural Fragment sculpture - Emerging from the pavement like an ancient Greek ruin is the Pythagorean triangle inspired sculpture Architectural Fragment by Petrus Spronk
    Architectural_Fragment_sculpture.html
  • Beyond the Ocean of Existence sculpture - Beyond the Ocean of Existence by Lorretta Quinn is a patinated bronze comprising of a single large ball surrounded by 8 bronze coils.
    Beyond_the_Ocean_of_Existence_sculpture.html
  • Burke and Wills Memorial - The Burke and Wills monument was designed and sculpted by artist Charles Summers in 1865
    Burke_and_Wills_Memorial_in_Melbourne.html
  • Captain Cook Statue: Great Endeavour - The Captain Cook Statue, in Melbourne's Fitzroy Gardens, nearly ended up at Endeavour Hills Housing Estate.
    Captain_Cook_Statue.html
  • Captain Matthew Flinders Statue: The Captain Matthew Flinders Statue in Melbourne, is arguably, sculptor Charles Web Gilbert's finest work.
    Captain_Matthew_Flinders_Statue.html
  • Diana and the hounds: Taking The Lead- The Diana and the Hounds statue in Fitzroy Park was created by sculptor William Leslie Bowles in 1940.
    Diana_and_the_hounds.html
  • Distant Conversations sculpture - The Distant Conversations sculpture which consists of a series of uniquie sculptures, became the centre of controversy when Telstra decided to dismantle it
    Distant_Conversations_sculpture.html
  • Eight Hour Movement Monument - The Eight Hour Movement Monument erected in Melbourne in 1903 in honour of the eight hour working day.
    Eight_Hour_Movement_Monument.html
  • The Echo Sculpture - The red Echo sculpture in Melbourne was created by Sri Lankan born artist Edward Ginger
    The_Echo_Sculpture.html
  • Fossil Stones sculpture - The Fossil Stones sculpture in Melbourne was created by artist Paul Blizzard
    Fossil_Stones_sculpture.html
  • Francis Ormond Statue - The Francis Ormond statue in Melbourne was created by sculptor Pecival Ball
    Francis_Ormond_Statue.html
  • George Higinbotham Statue: Church and State - The George Higinbotham Statue was erected in honor of one of Melbourne's most leading radicals.
    George_Higinbotham_Statue.html
  • Gordon of Khartoum Memorial : The Gordon of Khartoum Memorial in Melbourne was erected in honour of General Charles George Gordon. Best remembered for his heroics at Khartoum.
    Gordon_of_Khartoum_Memorial.html
  • Great Petition sculpture - The Great Petition sculpture is the artistic interpretation of the 1891 petiton handed to the Victorian Parliament demanding women's rights to vote
    Great_Petition_sculpture.html
  • Henry Bolte Statue: 3,000 days for a bronze - The Henry Bolte Statue, outside the Treasury Building, is one of only four Victorian Premiers represented.
    Henry_Bolte_Statue.html
  • Jeanne d'Arc Statue: Felton Bequest - Emmanuel Fremiet's replica of the Jeanne d'Arc statue, outside the State Library of Victoria, was acquired by the Felton Bequest in 1906 .
    Jeanne_d'Arc_Statue.html
  • James Joyce Seat of Learning - The James Joyce Seat of learning by Rick Dalmau is one of 63 to be erected around the world in honour of Irish author James Joyce
    James_Joyce_Seat_of_Learning.html
  • John Batman Statue : The statue of John Batman was created by sculptor Stanley Hammond in 1979.
    John_Batman_Statue.html
  • John Cain Jr Statue: 41st Premier of Victoria, from 1982 to 1990 - The John Cain Jr Statue, outside the Treasury Building, is one of only four Victorian Premiers represented.
    John_Cain_Jr_Statue.html
  • John F Kennedy Memorial - The JFK Memorial in Melbourne was designed by Raymond Ewers
    John_F_Kennedy_Memorial.html
  • John Pascoe Fawkner Statue : John Pascoe Fawkner was only 5ft 2" and had a terrier like personality. His statue was erected in 1979 next to his arch rival, John Batman.
    John_Pascoe_Fawkner_Statue.html
  • John Wesley Statue: Man of Conviction - The John Wesley Statue was created by Paul Raphael Montford in 1935 and stands outside the Wesley Church in Melbourne.
    John_Wesley_Statue.html
  • La Trobe Statue : The Charles Joseph La trobe statue was created by sculptor Peter Corlett and depicts him reading the Proclamation of Separation.
    La_Trobe_Statue.html
  • Larry La Trobe Statue: Dog Gone - In 1995 the Larry La Trobe statue of was stolen, despite having 30cm bolts attached. Larry, the bronze dog statue, was replaced the following year, after a public outcry.
    Larry_La_Trobe_Statue.html
  • Painted Poles 2 - The group of three painted poles at City Square in Melbourne were designed by indigenous artists Maree Clarke and Sonja Hodge
    Painted_Poles_2.html
  • Pigeons of Melbourne: What is pink, can't fly and lives in a tree ? The pink Pigeons of Melbourne, of course. Created by Omega Goodwin.
    Pigeons_of_Melbourne.html
  • Red Centre Sculpture : The artist, Konstantin Dimopoulos, focuses great detail to colour, line and movement.
    Red_Centre_Sculpture.html
  • Robert Burns Memorial: A Scottish Legacy - The Robert Burns Memorial was commissioned in 1903 and it was rumoured every Scot in Melbourne contributed to its funding.
    Robert_Burns_Memorial.html
  • Rupert Hamer Statue : The Rupert Hamer Statue by Peter Corlett, was erected in honour of Victorian Premier's who have been in office for more than 3,000 days.
    Rupert_hamer_statue.html
  • Sir Redmond Barry Statue : Hanging Judge - was erected in honor of the Supreme Court Judge who was best remembered for sentencing Ned Kelly to hang.
    Sir_Redmond_Barry_Statue.html
  • Sir William John Clarke Monument : Erected in 1902, on honour of a philanthropist and successful pastoralist in the grounds of the Treasury Gardens, Melbourne.
    Sir_William_John_Clarke_Monument.html
  • Stanford Fountain : Rebel With A Cause - The Stanford Fountain was designed and created by William Stanford from behind the walls of Pentridge Gaol.
    Stanford_Fountain.html
  • St George and The Dragon Sculpture: Take That Dragon - The St George and The Dragon Sculpture depicts the brave martyr slaying the beastly dragon.
    St_George_and_The_Dragon_Sculpture.html
  • Three Businessmen who brought their own lunch: Batman, Swanston and Hoddle : This sculpture By Alison Weaver and Paul Quinn is the most popular piece of public art in Melbourne.
    Three_Businessmen_who_brought_their_own_lunch_Batman,_Swanston_and_Hoddle.html
  • Time and Tide sculpture
    Time_and_Tide_sculpture.html
  • Warin the Wombat sculpture : The Wombat sculpture in Melbourne's City Square was created by Des McKenna from a block of red gum, carved on location.
    Warin_the_Wombat_sculpture.html
  • Weathervanes sculpture - Tthe four weathervanes on the corner of Burke and Swanston Streets in Melbourne were made from hand beaten copper by Daniel Jenkins
    Weathervanes_sculpture.html
  • Angel Sculpture - The Angel sculpture which looks a little like a three legged llama was created by artist Deborah Halpern from 4000 individually cut and hand painted ceramic tiles
    Angel_Sculpture.html
  • Birrarung Wilam
    Birrarung_Wilam.html
  • Public Art In Melbourne Suburbs - Discover the controversy, history, bizarre stories behind some of Melbourne's well known statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_In_Melbourne_Suburbs.html
  • Public Art in Carlton - Discover the controversy, history, bizarre stories behind some of Carlton's well known statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_in_Carlton.html
  • Charity Being Kind To The Poor - The Charity Being Kind To The Poor sculpture by Victor Tilgner commissioned to adorned the Equitable Life Assurance Society Limited Headquarters in Melbourne
    Charity_Being_Kind_To_The_Poor.html
  • Cultural Rubble sculpture - The sculpture Cultural Rubble on the facade of the Ian Potter Museum was created by artist Christine O’Loughlin
    Cultural_Rubble_sculpture.html
  • Paul Edmund Strzelecki Monument -
    Paul_Edmund_Strzelecki_Monument.html
  • William Ievers Memorial Drinking Fountain - The William Ievers drinking fountain in Carlton was designed by sculptor Charles Douglas Richardson
    William_Ievers_Memorial_Drinking_Fountain.html
  • Public Art in Southbank - Discover the controversy, history, bizarre stories behind some of Southbank's well known statues, monuments and sculptures
    Public_Art_in_Southbank.html
  • Family of Man I sculpture -
    Family_of_Man_I_sculpture.html
  • Family of Man II sculpture
    Family_of_Man_II_sculpture.html
  • Forward Surge sculpture : Created by prominent Australian sculptor Inge King in 1974, the sculpture Forward Surge is now on the National Trust register.
    Forward_Surge_sculpture.html
  • Rhythm of Life Sculpture: Eco Inspired - Rhythm of Life Sculpture by Andrew Rogers was one of his first abstract pieces.
    Rhythm_of_Life_Sculpture.html
  • Public Art in South Yarra - Discover the controversy, history, bizarre stories behind some of South Yarra's well known statues, monuments and sculptures
    Public_Art_in_South_Yarra.html
  • Apollo Belvedere bust - The marble copy of the Apollo Belvedere bust that resides at the Vatican Museum was donated to the city of Melbourne by Theodore Fink in 1928
    Apollo_Belvedere_bust.html
  • King Edward VII statue : World War I delayed the casting of King Edward VII statue was resulted in it costing 4 times more to create.
    King_Edward_VII_statue.html
  • King George V Memorial - The King George V memorial in Kings Domain, Melbourne, was created by sculptor William Leslie Bowles and is Melbourne's last Roayl memorial erected
    King_George_V_Memorial.html
  • Farnex Hercules bust - The marble bust of Hercules and also Apollo Belvedere were donated by a well known Melbourne solicitor, politician and newspaper owner Theordore Fink after he purchased it during a trip to Rome.
    Farnex_Hercules_bust.html
  • Pathfinder Statue : The Pathfinder statue also known as the Hmmer Thrower was sculpted by John Robinson
    Pathfinder_Statue.html
  • Queen Victoria Memorial : Controversy for sculptor James White following the Queen Victoira unveiling with many complaining the queen looked "periously close to caricature"
    Melbourne_Queen_Victoria_memorial.html
  • The Phoenix statue - The Phoenix statue in Queen Victoria Gardens, Melborne was sculpted by Baroness Yrsa Von Leister to commemorate the 40th International Eucharistic Congress.
    The_Phoenix_statue.html
  • Water Children sculpture : A snapshot of innocent youth by sculptor John Robinson
    Water_Children_sculpture.html
  • Water Nymph statue -
    Water_Nymph_statue.html
  • Public Art in St Kilda - Discover the controversy, history, bizarre stories behind some of St Kilda's well known statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_in_St_Kilda.html
  • Captain Cook Statue in St Kilda - The bronze statue of Captain James Cook is a replica of John Tweed's sculpture on the cliffs of West Whitby, Yorkshire, England
    Captain_Cook_Statue_in_St_Kilda.html
  • Carlo Catini bust -
    Carlo_Catini_bust.html
  • St Kilda Cenotaph - The St Kilda Cenotaph was erected in
    St_Kilda_Cenotaph.html
  • Edward O'Donnell Drinking Fountain - The Edward O'Donnell Memorial was erected in honour of
    Edward_O'Donnell_Drinking_Fountain.html
  • Sali Cleve Drinking Fountain - The water fountain was a gift to the City of St Kilda by Sali Cleve who was a prominent St Kilda resident
    Sali_Cleve_Drinking_Fountain.html
  • St Kilda Soldier's Monument
    St_Kilda_Soldier's_Monument.html
  • St Kilda War Memorial
    St_Kilda_War_Memorial.html
  • Isle State - There is an incredibly array of Public Art in Tasmania, some good, some bad and some quite unexplainable.
    Public_Art_in_Tasmania.html
  • Something Fishy in Cressy - Public Art in Cressy, Tasmania, has taken their Trout theme to the extremes.
    Public_Art_in_Cressy.html
  • Big Trout - The Big Trout in Cressy, Tasmania, was created by artist Bruno Barcodi
    Big_Trout.html
  • Public Art in Deloraine - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Deloraine
    Public_Art_in_Deloraine.html
  • Constellation sculpture - The Constellation sculpture was created by artists Trevor Rodwell and Sue Rodwell
    Constellation_sculpture.html
  • Mountain Man/ Man Mountain sculpture - This bizarre sculpture can be found on the Great Western Tiers sculpture trail in Deloraine, Tasmania
    Mountain_Man_Man_Mountain_sculpture.html
  • Sculpted Pillars - The Sculpted Pillars in Deloraine were created by wood carver Paul Noordanus in 1999
    Sculpted_Pillars.html
  • Public Art in Evandale -Discover the controversy, history and stories behind some of Evandale's well known statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_in_Evandale.html
  • Harry Murray Memorial - Bronze statue of Lieutenant Colonel Harry Murray the most highly decorated allied soldier in World War I
    Harry_Murray_Memorial.html
  • John Glover Statue - The statue of famous painter John Glover was created by Australian sculptor Peter Corlett
    John_Glover_Statue.html
  • The Time Traveller sculpture - The Time Traveller sculpture which features a penny farthing, rider and dog was created by sculptor Ron Gaston
    The_Time_Traveller_sculpture.html
  • Public Art In Launceston - Discover the controversy, history and stories behind some of Launceston's well known statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_In_Launceston.html
  • Alfred B Biggs Observatory memorial - The Alfred B Biggs Observatory plaque in honor of the teacher, astronomer and inventor is located in Royal Park, Launceston
    Alfred_B_Biggs_Observatory_memorial.html
  • Bolt sculpture - The lightning bolt sculpture was created by sculptor David Hamilton
    Bolt_sculpture.html
  • Dino Chair sculpture - The Dino chair sculpture was created by Ross byers and Access Arts Link
    Dino_Chair_sculpture.html
  • Dr William Pugh statue - Dr Pugh can be found in top hat walking down the stairs in Prince's Square, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia.
    Dr_William_Pugh_statue.html
  • Earth Drill sculpture - The two Earth Dril sculptures were designed by sculptor David Hamilton
    Earth_Drill_sculpture.html
  • King Edward VII statue - The statue of King Edward VII in Royal park, Launceston was created by English sculptor Alfred Drury
    Launceston_King_Edward_VII_statue.html
  • Great Wall of China blocks - A series of granite blocks which now make up part of the curb on Charles Street, that were reputed to have come from the Great Wall of China in the early 1820's.
    Great_Wall_of_China_blocks.html
  • Peoples Park Fountain - The fountain found in Launceston's City Park was erected in 1879
    Peoples_Park_Fountain.html
  • Queen Victoria Memorial Fountain - The Queen Victoria Memorial Fountain located in City Park, Launceston was produced in 1897 by Walter Macfarlane & Co
    Queen_Victoria_Memorial_Fountain.html
  • Progress sculpture - The Progress sculpture was designed by sculptor Teena Benefield
    Progress_sculpture.html
  • Rain Forest Sculpture - The rain Forest sculpture by Stephen Walker is located at Civil Square in Launceston
    Rain_Forest_Sculpture.html
  • Ronald Campbell Gunn statue - The statue of famous Tasmanian botanist Rupert Campbell Gunn was created by sculptor Peter Corlett
    Ronald_Campbell_Gunn_statue.html
  • South African War Memorial in Launceston - The Boer War Memorial can be found in Launceston's City Park
    Launceston_South_African_War_Memorial.html
  • Stop-Talking Rubbish Bin sculpture : The talking rubbish bin sculpture titled Stop, was the brainchild of artist Ross Byers
    Stop-Talking_Rubbish_Bin_sculpture.html
  • Tasmanian Tigers Sculpture - The Tasmanian Tigers sculpture is located outside the Launceston State Library in Tasmania
    Tasmanian_Tigers_Sculpture.html
  • Val d’Osne fountain - The Val d'Osne fountain is one of several copies made from the original which one a gold award at the Paris Exhibition in 1855.
    Val_d'Osne_fountain.html
  • Wedge-tailed Eagle sculpture - The Wedge-tailed Eagle sculpture is located outside the Launceston State Library in Tasmania
    Wedge-tailed_Eagle_sculpture.html
  • 36 Pounder Gun - the 36 Pounder Gun in Launceston's City Park is one of 4 pairs given to Australia after the Crimean War
    36_Pounder_Gun.html
  • Public Art Longford - Discover the controversy, history and stories behind some of Longford's well known statues, monuments and sculptures (Tasmania).
    Public_Art_Longford.html
  • Convict Love Token sculpture - Artist Bruno Barcodi hints at Skulduggery surrounding in his sculpture Convict Love Token in Longford, Tasmania
    Convict_Love_Token_sculpture.html
  • Lieutenant Thomas Laycock Jr memorial -In honour of Lieutenant Thomas Laycock Jr the first recorded visit by a European to the area of longford in Tasmania
    Lieutenant_Thomas_Laycock_Jr_memorial.html
  • Longford Australia Day Honour Roll - The Longford Honour Wall was funded by the Longford Rotary Club
    Longford_Australia_Day_Honour_Roll.html
  • Longford War Memorial - The Longford War Memorial in Tasmania was erected to honour those who gave their lives during times of war
    Longford_War_Memorial.html
  • Big Penguin statue - The Big Penguin statue in Penguin , Tasmania, was created by David Lawrie for the town's centenary celebrations
    Big_Penguin_statue.html
  • Public Art at Western Junction - Discover the controversy, history and stories behind some of Western Junction's well known statues, monuments and sculptures (Tasmania).
    Public_Art_at_Western_Junction.html
  • No 7 Elementary Flying Training School memorial - The No 7 Elementary Flying Training School memorial is located outside the Launceston Airport in Tasmania
    No_7_Elementary_Flying_Training_School_memorial.html
  • Public Art of Queensland : Discover the history ,controversies and simply bizarre rumors behind some of Queensland's well known statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_of_Queensland.html
  • Public Art in Augathella - The town is known as the Cosmos Meatant Country and features a steel and copper giant public art sculpture of a meat ant, in honour of their junior football team, named the "Mighty Meat Ants".
    Public_Art_in_Augathella.html
  • Bush Honey sculpture - The Bush Honey sculpture in was created by sculptor Amanda Feher from a painting by Aboriginal artist Susan Peters for the Jezzine Barracks Redevelopment Project.
    Bush_Honey_sculpture.html
  • Canoe People sculpture - The Canoe People sculpture by sculptor Amanda Feher was inspired by a painting by Aboriginal artist Billy Doolan for the Jezzine Barracks Redevelopment Project in Townsville, Queensland
    Canoe_People_sculpture.html
  • Sentinel Soldiers sculpture - The Sentinel Soldiers sculpture by Amanda Feher is part of the Jezzine Barracks Redevelopment Project
    Sentinel_Soldiers_sculpture.html
  • Seven Sisters sculpture - The Seven Sisters sculpture was a collaboration between Aboriginal artist Karen Doolan and sculptor Amanda Feher for the Jezzine Barracks Redevelopment Project in Townsville
    Seven_Sisters_sculpture.html
  • Big Pineapple in Woombye - The first Big Pineapple attraction in Queesland was the brainchild of Bill and Lyn Taylor
    Big_Pineapple_in_Woombye.html
  • Public Art in Brisbane : Discover the history ,controversies and simply bizarre rumors behind some of Brisbane's well known statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_in_Brisbane.html
  • South African War Memorial :Lest We Forget - A bronze life-size statue depicting a Queensland Mounted Infantryman on his stead by sculptor James Watt.
    South_African_War_Memorial_Brisbane.html
  • South West Pacific Campaign Memorial : The South West Pacific Campaign memorial commemorates those Australians and their allies who died or served in the South West Pacific Campaign between 1942 -1945
    South_West_Pacific_Campaign_Memorial.html
  • Queensland Womens War Memorial :
    Queensland_Womens_War_Memorial.html
  • Korea Malaya Borneo Memorial : The memorial by Rhyl Hinwood is in honour of those Australians and Allies who died or suffered as a result of service in Korea 1950-1953 Malaya 1948-1966 Borneo 1962-1966
    Korea_Malaya_Borneo_Memorial_Brisbane.html
  • Vietnam Memorial Brisbane :
    Vietnam_Memorial_Brisbane.html
  • World War II Memorial Brisbane
    World_War_II_Memorial_Brisbane.html
  • Bankers Wall Sculpture : 15m high aluminium mural honor the role the bank in Brisbane. Well known sculptor Len Shillan was commissioned to complete it in 1970.
    Bankers_Wall_Sculpture.html
  • Axeman Sculpture : Lifelike fibreglass sculpture perched up in a tree for twenty years. The Axeman was created by John Underwood's Artbusters for the World Expo 1988.
    Axeman_Sculpture.html
  • Cathedral Bell of St Stephen : Close to Liberty - The Cathedral bell of St Stephen , in Brisbane, was made in the same foundary as the famous Liberty Bell and Big Ben.
    Cathedral_Bell_of_St_Stephen.html
  • Centenary Place Sundial - The sundial sculpture commemorates the 75th anniversary of Centenary Place.
    Centenary_Place_Sundial.html
  • Chat Sculpture : The Chat sculpture was created by sculptor, Sebastian Di Mauro, and has become a talking point in Brisbane.
    Chat_Sculpture.html
  • Christ Accepting the Cross :
    Christ_Accepting_the_Cross.html
  • Echoes From The North Sculpture : Augustine Dall'Ava was commissioned in 2004, to create a sculpture for Gandel Retail Management on the footpath outside Queens Plaza.
    Echoes_From_The_North_Sculpture.html
  • Gifts Fountain : The Gifts fountain was originally commissioned as a fountain, but due to increased water restrictions in Queensland, the fountain base has now been filled in with plants.
    Gifts_Fountain.html
  • Historic Abuse Network Memorial : In memory of all the children who suffered and of those who did not survive abuse in Church and State Childrens' institutions' and homes in Queensland.
    Historic_Abuse_Network_Memorial.html
  • King Edward Park in Brisbane hasand assortment of interesting sculptures and public art
    King_Edward_Park_Brisbane.html
  • Juxaposition1 is an abstract sculpture by sculptor Robert J Morris located in King Edward Park, Brisbane
    Juxtaposition_1.html
  • Still Life With Landscape sculpture by sculptor Robert Parr is located in King Edward Park, Brisbane
    Still_Life_With_Landscape.html
  • Memories of the Wind sculpture by sculptor Fumio Nishimura is found in King Edward Park, Brisbane
    Memories_Of_The_Wind.html
  • The sculpture Emerging Spirit was created by sculptors John Fitz-Walter and Jennifer Farley and is located in King Edward Park, Brisbane
    Emerging_Spirit.html
  • Koala House Sculpture : Concrete sculpture of a Koala and its baby on the roof of Koala House in Brisbane.
    Koala_House_Sculpture.html
  • Overseer Sculpture : A life size sculpture of a man of mild steel, perched on a ledge, watching down on people by sculptor Cezary Stulgis.
    Overseer_Sculpture.html
  • The Passenger Sculpture -Smart Art : The Passenger Sculpture was created by artist, Cezary Stulgis, in 2003.
    The_Passenger_Sculpture.html
  • Queen Victoria Statue Brisbane : The statue of Queen Victoria is the only one of her in the State and it is a copy of Sir Thomas Brock's original.
    Queen_Victoria_Statue_Brisbane.html
  • Steam Sculpture : Random Disbursement - The steel ball sculpture known as Steam, was created by Brisbane artist and sculptor, Donna Marcus.
    Steam_Sculpture.html
  • Thomas Joseph Byrnes statue - The statue of former Queensland Premier was created by Sir Bertram Mackennal
    Thomas_Joseph_Byrnes_statue.html
  • Thomas Joseph Ryan Statue : The statue of Queensland Premier, T.J. Ryan, was created by Sir Edgar Bertram MacKennal and stands in Queens Garden, Brisbane.
    Thomas_Joseph_Ryan_Statue.html
  • RAAF Memorial Brisbane : Lest We Forget - The stunning bronze eagle sculpture for the RAAF Memorial in Queens Park, Brisbane, was created by sculptor, Rhyl Hinwood.
    RAAF_Memorial_Brisbane.html
  • Robert Burns Statue : Bronze statue of Scottish poet Robert Burns by sculptor Samuel William Ward Willis in 1929.
    Robert_Burns_Statue.html
  • Public Art in Western Australia : An index of public art throughout Western Australia, including statues, sculptures and monuments.
    Public_Art_in_Western_Australia.html
  • Public Art In Albany - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Albany, Western Australia
    Public_Art_In_Albany.html
  • Albany Police Memorial - A plaque on a granite rock dedicated to the Albany police men and women who lost their lives whilst on duty
    Albany_Police_Monument.html
  • Albany War Memorial - Dedicated to the men and women who died during WW1, WW2, Korea, Vietnam.
    Albany_War_Memorial.html
  • Cooling Breezes sculpture - The Cooling Breezes sculpture was created by Raphael van der Waag
    Cooling_Breezes_sculpture.html
  • Deepwater Jetty - The last remnants of Deepwater Jetty can be found along Princess Royal Drive, Albany, Western Australia
    Deepwater_Jetty.html
  • Desert Mounted Corps Memorial - The Desert Mounted Corps Memorial was originally unveiled in Port Said on the 23rd November, 1932, before being shipped to Albany, Western Australia in 1960
    Desert_Mounted_Corps_Memorial.html
  • Dog Rock - Dog Rock in Albany Western Australia has become an iconic symbol of the city
    Dog_Rock.html
  • Gateway To The Hinterland - Jeffery Somerset-Healy and the Albany community created the sculpture to reflect the significance of shipping and agriculture in the region
    Gateway_To_The_Hinterland.html
  • Horderns Monument - The obelisk was erected in honor of entrepreneur Anthony Hordern who was instrumental in negotiating the funding of the Great Southern Railway
    Horderns_Monument.html
  • Lancel Victor de Hamel Memorial plaque - In memory of Lancel Victor de Hamel
    Lancel_Victor_de_Hamel_Memorial_plaque.html
  • Mariners Monument - The Mariners monument is dedicated to three British explorers, Matthew Flinders, Lieutenant Phillip Parker King and Captain George Vancouver
    Mariners_Monument.html
  • Mokare Statue - The statue was sculpted by Terry Humble in honor of a local aborginal, Mokare, who lived in the Albany region of Western Australia
    Mokare_Statue.html
  • Major Edmund Lockyer Memorial - The monument was erected in honor of Major Edmund Lockyer who lead an expedition on the Brig Amity
    Major_Edmund_Lockyer_Memorial.html
  • Mustafa Kemal Ataturk statue - A memorial dedicated to Mustafa Kemal Ataturk the founder of the Turkish Republic and its first President
    Mustafa_Kemal_Ataturk_statue.html
  • Nicolas Baudin bust Albany - The Nicolas Baudin bust is one of 8 busts erected around Western Australia by sculptor Peter Gelencser
    Nicolas_Baudin_bust_Albany.html
  • Noongar Mosaic Footpath - A series of mosaics depicting the seasons of the Noongar Aboriginals in Albany, Western Australia
    Noongar_Mosaic_Footpath.html
  • Princess Royal Drive plaque - A granite monument erected in recognition of the opening of Princess Roya Drive, Albany, Western Australia
    Princess_Royal_Drive_plaque.html
  • Queen Victoria Memorial in Albany - A lamp post dedicated to Queen Victoria in Albany, Western Australia
    Queen_Victoria_Memorial_in_Albany.html
  • Town of Albany place - The Town of Albany plaque was unveiled by Queen Elizabeth during 150th anniversary of the first British settlement in Western Australia
    Town_of_Albany_plaque.html
  • Public Art In Augusta - Discover the controversy, detailed history and quirky stories behind some of Augusta's well known statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_In_Augusta.html
  • Flinders Bay Jetty Mmeorial : A plaque honoring M.C. Davies and the Flinders Bay Jetty in Augusta, Western Australia
    Flinders_Bay_Jetty_Plinth.html
  • The Landing Place - A plaque marks the place where the first settlers of Augusta, Western Australia landed ashore in 1830
    The_Landing_Place.html
  • Matthew Flinders Memorial -
    Matthew_Flinders_Memorial.html
  • Public Art in Australind - Discover the controversy, detailed history and quirky stories behind some of Australind's well known statues, monuments and memorials.
    Public_Art_in_Australind.html
  • John Boyle O'Reilly Memorial - The John Boyle O'Reiily Memorial was erected in memory of one of the State's most famous and infamous convicts, John Boyle O'Reilly.
    John_Boyle_O'Reilly_Memorial.html
  • Australind Settlement Memorial - A memorial to honour a short lived Land Settlement of the 1840's in Australind, Western Australia
    Australind_Settlement_Memorial.html
  • Public Art in Bridge Town : Discover the controversy, detailed history and quirky stories behind some of Bridgetown's well known statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_in_Bridgetown.html
  • Bridgetown Bridge plaque -
    Bridgetown_Bridge_plaque.html
  • From Life to Life Sculpture : Plumbing as a metaphor for life. The From Life to Life sculpture is the newest piece of public art in Bridgetown.
    From_Life_to_Life_Sculpture.html
  • Public Art In Brunswick Junction : The statue of Daisy the Fresian Cow is the most recognised icon in Brunswick Junction
    Public_Art_In_Brunswick_Junction.html
  • Cow on the Corner statue is not only Brunswick Junction's favorite tourist attraction it also the town's mascot
    Cow_On_The_Corner_Statue.html
  • Public Art in Bunbury : Discover the controversy, detailed history and quirky stories behind some of Bunbury's well known statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_in_Bunbury.html
  • Brother & Sister sculpture : Feeling Groovy - The sandstone sculptures of a brother and sister were created by sculptor Russell Sheridan.
    Brother_&_Sister_sculpture.html
  • Bunbury's Transfiguration The Navigators : Sculptor Jon Tarry, was commissioned to create a sculpture for the Bunbury Gateway in 2000.
    Bunbury's_Transfiguration_The_Navigators.html
  • Bunbury Railway Station plaque - A granite rock marking the location of the city's first railway station.
    Bunbury_Railway_Station_plaque.html
  • Bunbury War Memorial - The Bunbury War Memorial is dedicated to the 200 local residents who fell in the line of duty during World Wars I and II.
    Bunbury_War_Memorial.html
  • Circus Train - Slow Down sculpture - Circus Train - Slow Down sculpture is part of the Bridging the Gap project and was created by Alex Mickle and Nicole Mickle
    Circus_Train_-_Slow_Down_sculpture.html
  • Floating Stone Bunbury - The spinning Kugel ball also known as the Floating Stone was created by artist Richard Williamson
    Floating_Stone_Bunbury.html
  • Gateway sculpture : The Gateway sculpture was created by Mary Knotts in 1996 and is located in the middle of a roundabout in Victoria Street, Bunbury.
    Gateway_sculpture.html
  • John Forrest Memorial Bunbury - A simple granite inscribed tablet atop another granite base acknowledging Bunbury's favourite son Sir John Forrest
    John_Forrest_Memorial_Bunbury.html
  • John Forrest Monument : In 1979 a local Bunbury businessman commissioned sculptor Mark Lebuse to create a sculpture of Lord Forrest's head.
    John_Forrest_Monument.html
  • John and Helen Scott Memorial - The granite memorial is in honour of Bunbury's first settlers John and Helen Scott
    John_and_Helen_Scott_Memorial.html
  • Patrick Joseph Usher bust - Popular Bunbury mayor, Patrick Usher, was immortalized in bronze by sculptor Gerard Darwin
    Patrick_Joseph_Usher_bust.html
  • St Paul's Anglican Church plaque
    St_Paul's_Anglican_Church_plaque.html
  • Public Art In Busselton - Discover the history, controversies and rumors aboutthe statues, sculptures and monuments in Busselton
    Public_Art_In_Busselton.html
  • Nicolas Baudin Bust - Cottesloe artist Peter Gelencser created the bronze bust of French explorer Nicolas Baudin located on the beach front overlooking Geographe Bay in Busselton
    Nicolas_Baudin_Bust.html
  • Public Art in Carnarvon - Tropical Mix : Discover the best and the worst public art in Carvarvon, Western Australia
    Public_Art_in_Carnarvon.html
  • Andrew Drummond Memorial : Lest We Forget - The Andrew Drummond Memorial was erected in Carnarvon in honor of local lad, Andrew Drummond, who died in the Vietnam War.
    Andrew_Drummond_Memorial.html
  • Big Banana : Big Yellow Icon -Carnarvon's Big Banana was originally built by Michael McEvoy for a service station/ video store in Northam , Western Australia in 1988.
    Big_Banana.html
  • Carnarvon War Memorial : Erected in honour of our soldiers who served the Empire in the Great War 1914 - 1918 - Pro Patria.
    Carnarvon_War_Memorial.html
  • HMAS Sydney Memorial Drive : The community of Carnarvon funded their own memorial to the HMAS Sydney in 2001.
    HMAS_Sydney_Memorial_Drive.html
  • Australind Bypass Duplication - A plaque commemorating the Australind Bypass a project funded by the Western Australian Government
    Australind_Bypass_Duplication_plaque.html
  • Fergus The Bull sculpture - The 4m wooden sculpture of Fergus the Bull, a mascot for the Ferguson Valley in Western Australia, was created by Dardanup artist Russell Sheridan.
    Fergus_The_Bull_sculpture.html
  • Public Art In Geraldton : The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Public Art in the seaside town of Geraldton, Western Australia
    Public_Art_In_Geraldton.html
  • Stele :Grave Marker - The HMAS Sydney Stele sculpture was designed by Charles Smith and Joan Walsh Smith in memory of the men who lost their lives in 1941.
    Stele.html
  • Dome of Souls sculpture
    Dome_of_Souls_sculpture.html
  • Waiting Woman Statue : Geraldton's sad and lonely Waiting Woman Statue stares out to sea in vain hope of glimpsing the return of her loved one from the HMAS Sydney.
    Waiting_Woman_Statue.html
  • Yellow Submarine : Geraldton's most loved icon is a 10 tonne yellow submarine, once used in the pursuit of crayfish.
    Yellow_Submarine.html
  • Zeewijk Cannon : Maritime memory - The Zeewijk Cannon was salvaged from the stricken Dutch ship, the Zeewijk, which sunk on her maiden voyage in 1727.
    Zeewijk_Cannon.html
  • Public Art in Kalgoorlie - Boulder : Dig deep and discover the best and worst Public Art in Kalgoorlie - Boulder, in Western Australia.
    Public_Art_in_Kalgoorlie_-_Boulder.html
  • Paddy Hannan Memorial Fountain : The Paddy Hannan Statue, in Kalgoorlie, was vandalised in 1983 and removed to a safer location. A replica was put in its place.
    Paddy_Hannan_Memorial_Fountain.html
  • Miners Monument :The bronze statue By Clement Somers depicts a miner using an air leg drill, similar to what would have been used inside the mines.
    Miners_Monument.html
  • Public Art In Kojonup - Discover the controversy, detailed history and quirky stories behind some of Kojonup's well known statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_In_Kojonup.html
  • Arnold Potts statue : The Arnold Potts statue was erected in honour of Kojonup's war hero and was sculpted by Greg James
    Arnold_Potts_statue.html
  • Centenary of Federation Wool Wagon - Kojonup's wool wagon was constructed as a tribute to the vital role the wool industry played in the history of the district
    Centenary_of_Federation_Wool_Wagon.html
  • Kojonup War Memorial -The Kojonup War Memorial is dedicated to the local residents who fell in the line of duty during World Wars I and II.
    Kojonup_War_Memorial.html
  • Public Art In Manjimup - Discover the controversy, detailed history and quirky stories behind some of Manjimup's well known statues, monuments and memorials.
    Public_Art_In_Manjimup.html
  • Anne McKay Memorial - The Anne McKay memorial was erected in Coronation Park to honor her contribution to the community of Manjimup,
    Anne_McKay_Memorial.html
  • Grape Stomper Sculpture - The Grape Stomper sculpture in Manjimup was conceived and designed by year 9 students at Kearnan College to represent one of the newest industries in the area, the wineries.
    Grape_Stomper_Sculpture.html
  • Olympic Torch Sculpture - The Olympic Torch Sculpture was erected to celebrate the Olympic Torch Relay passage through the Shire of Manjimup
    Olympic_Torch_Sculpture.html
  • Pioneer Axeman Statue - Located in Manjimup, Western Australia, the Pioneer Axeman Statue is a tribute to the timber industry
    Pioneer_Axeman_Statue.html
  • Tobacco Industry Plaque - In honor of the contribution the tobacco industry had in Manjimup a plaque was erected in 1995 by the Historical Society
    Tobacco_Industry_Plaque.html
  • Public Art In Margaret River - Discover the history, controversies and rumors the statue and monuments in Margaret River
    Public_Art_in_Margaret_River.html
  • Creed Barnes Memorial -
    Creed_Barnes_Memorial.html
  • Group Settlement 64 Memorial - The memorial is dedicated to and recognises the courage and tenacity of these original early group settlers.
    Group_Settlement_64_Memorial.html
  • Georgette Memorial
    Georgette_Memorial.html
  • Margaret River Cowparade - The complete collection of the 2010 Margaret River CowParade cows
    Margaret_River_Cowparade.html
  • Acer the Fresian Cow - The Acer the Fresian cow was designed by Robert Juniper and is part of the Margaret River CowParade collection
    Acer_the_Fresian_Cow.html
  • Arts Lovin Cow - This bovine can be found inside the Margaret River Cultural Centre and was designed by artist Jenny Hunt as part of the CowParade collection
    Arts_Lovin_Cow.html
  • Belle the cow is one of the cows in the Margaret River CowParade collection and it was designed by artust Hui-jyu Forrester
    Belle_the_cow.html
  • The Books Moove Me cow was designed by the Society of childrens book writers and illustrators for the Margaret River CowParade 2010
    Books_Moove_Me_Cow.html
  • Brahman the Barman was created by artist Jenny Sanderson for the Margaret River Cowparade
    Brahman_The_Barman.html
  • Brinded Betty cow was designed by artists George Haynes and Jane Martin for the Margaret River CowParade
    Brinded_Betty_Cow.html
  • Cattle Chosen (Yulika) cow was designed by Louise Elscot for the Margaret River CowParade
    Cattle_Chosen_(Yulika).html
  • Constance the cow was designed by artist Graham Stove for the 2010 Margaret River CowParade exhibition
    Constance_the_Cow.html
  • The Cow "Down Under" was designed by artist Jacoba Hohnen as part of the Margaret River CowParade collection
    Cow_Down_Under.html
  • The Cow Bombie was designed by artist Ryan Tate for the Margaret River Cowparade
    Cow_Bombie.html
  • Cow in Transit was designed by artist Sue Codee for the Margaret River CowParade
    Cow_In_Transit.html
  • Cow Patch was designed by artist Betsy Bush for the 2010 Margaret River CowParade
    Cow_Patch.html
  • The Cow Shed cow designed by Jo Taylor is part of the Margaret River CowParade and was stolen and placed on a pontoon as a prank
    Cow_Shed.html
  • Cowabunga - Hang a Hoof is the brainchild of artist Rod Egerton and is part of the Margaret River Cowparade collection
    Cowabunga_-_Hang_a_Hoof.html
  • The Cowmen Moorander cow was designed by artists Miles Happ and Jacquie Happ for the Margaret River Cowparade.
    Cowmen_Moorander.html
  • Cow-n-tree Moosic cow was designed by Susan Sowerby for the 2010 Margaret River CowParade
    Cow-n-tree_Moosic.html
  • Curious Clara Cow was designed by Alison Brown and the University of the Third Age for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Curious_Clara_Cow.html
  • Dame Edna Tea Patty was designed by artist Rika Rouw for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Dame_Edna_Tea_Patty.html
  • DisCow was designed by Rock Sand Clay for the 2010 Margaret River CowParade
    DisCow.html
  • Dreams of Daliesque Bovine was designed by artist Suzanne Horton for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Dreams_of_Daliesque_Bovine.html
  • Eco-Rave Cow was designed by artists Lara Hoole and Catherine Gardiner for the 2010 Cowparade Margaret River
    Eco-Rave_Cow.html
  • Enjoying a Tipple cow was designed by Ocean Forest Lutheran College for the 2010 CowParade in Margaret River
    Enjoying_a_Tipple.html
  • Eva Eco Cow was designed by Kate Marzohl- Duffy and students from Margaret River Senior High School
    Eva_Eco_Cow.html
  • Fin De Siecle Cow was designed by Chris Williamson as part of the 2010 Margaret River CowParade
    Fin_De_Siecle_Cow.html
  • Free As a Cow was designed by artist Ron Roozen for the Margaret River Cowparade and was poking fun at the Laurance Winery's gold chick on a stick.
    Free_As_a_Cow.html
  • Frida Fromage Cow was designed by Michael Wise and artists from Acts Activity Margaret River for the 2010 Cowparade
    Frida_Fromage_Cow.html
  • Guernicow was designed by artist Jo Taylor for the 2010 Margaret River CowParade event
    Guernicow.html
  • The Herd But Seen cow was designed by artist Peter Lowe for the 2010, Margaret River CowParade
    Herd_But_Not_Seen_Cow.html
  • Herd It On The Grapevine cow was designed by artist Chris Williamson for the 2010 Margaret River CowParade
    Herd_It_On_The_Grapevine_cow.html
  • House Cow was designed by artists Christine House and Grant Hewett for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    House_Cow.html
  • In The Scheme of Things Cow was designed by the Augusta and Margaret River Shire team for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    In_The_Scheme_Of_Things_Cow.html
  • The Jacques Cowsteau cow was designed by Geographe Marine Engineering for the 2010 Margaret River CowParade
    Jacques_Cowsteau_cow.html
  • The Jetty Cow was designed by artist Jane Holland for the 2010, Margaret River, Cowparade
    Jetty_Cow.html
  • The KarriCow was designed by artist Marsha Brawls for the 2010, Margaret River Cowparade
    KarriCow.html
  • The Karta Warra Cow was designed by artist Vivian Brockman Webb for the Margaret River Cowparade 2010
    Karta_Warra_Cow.html
  • The Koombana Babe Cow was designed by the Bunbury Catholic College for the Margaret River Cowparade 2010
    Koombana_Babe_Cow.html
  • The Lashbrook cow was designed by artist Kylie Porter-Rath for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Lashbrook_cow.html
  • The Leeuwin Current Cow was designed by the Pretty Art Collective for the Margaret River Cowparade, 2010
    Leeuwin_Current_Cow.html
  • The Maggie May cow was created by the community and Patricia Negus for the Margaret River Cowparade, 2010
    Maggie_May_Cow.html
  • The Metal Moojo cow was designed by artist Kashimir Rouw for the 2010 Margaret River CowParade
    Metal_Moojo_Cow.html
  • The Milky Way Cow was designed by Greg Gelmi for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Milky_Way_Cow.html
  • The Miss Beau Vine Cow designed by Susan Hood for the 2010 Margaret River CowParade
    Miss_Beau_Vine_Cow.html
  • The Moo Bath Time Cow was designed by Shirley Joyce McMurray for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade.
    Moo_Bath_Time_Cow.html
  • The Moo Moo Retro Couch was designed by artist Melanie Maclou for the Margaret River Cowparade, 2010
    Moo_Moo_Retro_Couch.html
  • Moo Vaders cow was designed by Nathan Morris for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Moo-Vaders.html
  • Moodles the cow was designed by the Iona Presentation College for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Moodles_cow.html
  • Moo-iety's Cow was designed by artist Sandra Hill for the 2010, Margaret River Cowparade
    Moo-iety's_Cow.html
  • Moorine Marauder Cow was designed by Geographe Marine Engineering for the 2010, Margaret River Cowparade
    Moorine_Marauder_Cow.html
  • The Moosic Mania cow was designed by artists Joyce Hatchett and Douglas Hatchett for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Moosic_Mania_Cow.html
  • The Moothane Factory Cow was designed by artist Heusso for the Margaret River Cowparade, 2010
    Moothane_Factory_Cow.html
  • Mudders Milk Cow was designed by artist Melanie Maclou for the Margaret River Cowparade, 2010
    Mudders_Milk_Cow.html
  • Naughty Icarus Cow was designed by artists Mitchell McAuley and Jonathon Leahy for the Margaret River Cowparade 2010
    Naughty_Icarus_Cow.html
  • One Happy Cow was designed by artist Andrew Hunter for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    One_Happy_Cow.html
  • Our Great Kimberley Cow was designed by artist Emma Blyth for the Margaret River Cowparade, 2010
    Our_Great_Kimberley_Cow.html
  • Out To Play Cow was designed by artist Kathy Elizabeth for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Out_To_Play_Cow.html
  • Pharmoosist Cow was designed by artists Michael Wise and Penny Wise for the 2010, Margaret River Cowparade
    Pharmoosist_Cow.html
  • Picasso - No Bull was designed by artist Vittorio Giovanni for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Picasso_-_No_Bull.html
  • Pressed Tin Flowers Cow was designed by artist Perrina Bozanich for the 2010 Margaret River CowParade
    Pressed_Tin_Flowers_Cow.html
  • Professor Bovinicus Cow was designed by artist Len Zuks for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Professor_Bovinicus_Cow.html
  • Return of the Moommy Cow was designed by Chris Williamson for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Return_of_the_Moommy_Cow.html
  • Rosie Shiraz Cow
    Rosie_Shiraz_Cow.html
  • Sacred Cow Waugal was designed by artist Sandra Hill for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Sacred_Cow_Waugal.html
  • Self Portrait Cow
    Self_Portrait_Cow.html
  • Sighted At "Cow Bombie" was designed by artist Ella Jackson-Walley for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Sighted_At_Cow_Bombie.html
  • Something To Crow About Cow was designed by artist Ella Jackson-Walley for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Something_To_Crow_About_Cow.html
  • South West Moootivator Cow was designed by artists Joyce Hatchett & Julie Oakley for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    South_West_Moootivator_Cow.html
  • Strawberries And Cream Cow was designed by artist Di Taylor for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Strawberries_And_Cream_Cow.html
  • Sunrise Cow was designed by artists Ken Done & Natalie Barr for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Sunrise_Cow.html
  • Tattooed Okowpi Cow was designed by artist Simon James for the 2010, Margaret River Cowparade
    Tattooed_Okowpi_Cow.html
  • The Beatles White Album 40th Anniversary Tribute Cow was designed by artist Deanne Haddow for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    The_Beatles_White_Album_40th_Anniversary_Tribute_Cow.html
  • The Cow Of Many Colours was designed by artist Mitchell McAuley for the Margaret River Cowparade, 2010
    The_Cow_Of_Many_Colours.html
  • The Dark Cow was designed by the Cave Team for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    The_Dark_Cow.html
  • The Grass Is Always Greener Cow was designed by artist Tim Brett for the Margaret River Cowparade, 2010
    The_Grass_Is_Always_Greener_Cow.html
  • The I've Been Everywhere Cow was designed by artist Paula Bradley for the Margaret River CowParade, 2010
    The_I've_Been_Everywhere_Cow.html
  • The Perfect Blend Cow was designed by artists Valerie Vallee and Eddie Donato for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    The_Perfect_Blend_Cow.html
  • The Wine Maker Cow was designed by Ocean Forest Lutheran College for the 2010, Margaret River Cowparade
    The_Wine_Maker_Cow.html
  • Till the Cows Come Home Cow was designed by Ros Barry and Margaret Heenan for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Till_The_Cows_Come_Home.html
  • The Tru-Blu cow was designed by artist Voytek Kozlowski for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Tru-Blu_Cow.html
  • The Vineyard Cow was designed by artist Karin Luciano for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Vineyard_Cow.html
  • The Visit me cow was designed by artist Karin Luciano for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Visit_Me_Cow.html
  • We Didn't Do It Cow was deisigned by artist Wendy Binks for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    We_Didn't_Do_It_Cow.html
  • The Wholey Cow was designed by Jack In The Box for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Wholey_Cow.html
  • The Wild Flora cow was designed by artist E.M. Leavesley for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Wild_Flora_Cow.html
  • The Wow Cow was designed by artist Maureen Elphick for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Wow_Cow.html
  • MooSES was designed by Dee Credaro and the Augusta Margaret River Shire SES Members for the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    MooSES.html
  • The Random Cow was spotted inside the Love The Beast shop during the 2010 Margaret River Cowparade
    Random_Cow.html
  • SS Georgette Memorial - The SS Georgette Memorial was erected to commemorate the wreck of S.S. Georgette on 1st December, 1876 in which eight lives were lost
    SS_Georgette_Memorial.html
  • Merredin's Bronze Horse At Work - The bronze statue of a clydesdale, a ploughman and his dog in the wheatbelt town of Merredin was created by sculptor Robert Hitchcock in 2001
    Merredin's_Bronze_Horse_At_Work.html
  • Merredin George Bills Watering Trough - This is one of hundreds of watering troughs erected world wide with money from the estate of Sydney businessman George Bills
    Merredin_George_Bills_Watering_Trough.html
  • Merredin Water Tower
    Merredin_Water_Tower.html
  • Harvey River Diversion and Drainage Scheme plaque was erected in memory of the men who made the Harvey River Diversion and Drainage Scheme
    Harvey_River_Diversion_and_Drainage_Scheme_plaque.html
  • Public Art in Nannup - Discover the controversy, detailed history and quirky stories behind some of Nannup's well known statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_in_Nannup.html
  • Against the Forest Wall sculpture - The wooden Against the Forest Wall sculpture was carved by Bob Clarke.
    Against_the_Forest_Wall_sculpture.html
  • Love & Regret sculpture - The Love and Regret sculpture was sculpted by Van Khoat Nguyen and Buu Trung Huynh in memory of Marinko 'Tich' Tomas, the first Western Australian soldier to die in the Vietnam War.
    Love_and_Regret_sculpture.html
  • Nannup Totems - The eight carved totems by Flint Edwards were created to celebrate Nannup's past, present and future.
    Nannup_Totems.html
  • Nannup Reconciliation Pathway - The Nannup Reconciliation Pathway was created by Jack Buntain with help from the students from the Nannup District High School and Lake Jasper Special Project School
    Nannup_Reconciliation_Pathway.html
  • Redback Spider bike rack - The Redback Spider bike rack was created by artist Irene Osborne for the Cycle Art Project
    Redback_Spider_bike_rack.html
  • Thylacine Sculpture - The carving of the Nannup Tiger was created by artist Flint Edwards
    Thylacine_Sculpture.html
  • Public Art In Yallingup - Discover the controversy, detailed history and quirky stories behind some of Yallingup's well known statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_In_Yallingup.html
  • The Surfer statue The Surfer statue is located on the Yallingup foreshore and was sculpted by sculptor Cerys Allerton
    The_Surfer_statue.html
  • Highs and Lows of Public Art in Perth - Discover the controversy, detailed history and quirky stories behind some of Perth's well known statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_in_Perth.html
  • The Alexander Forrest Statue : Explorer and Surveyor - was the first sculpture to be erected in Western Australia by a local artist and the first local to be immortalized in bronze.
    Alexander_Forrest_Statue.html
  • Ascalon sculpture - The Ascalon sculpture outside St George's Cathedral in Perth Western Australia was created by local artists Marcus Canning and Christian de Vietri
    Ascalon_sculpture.html
  • Bishop Hale Statue - The bronze sculpture of Bishop Hale was created by Western Australian artist Greg James
    bishop_hale_statue.html
  • Eliza Statue : A larger than life bronze statue of a bathing girl, with arms up as if about to take a plunge into the Swan River. At present lightly covered in shag (big large bird) poop.
    Eliza_Statue.html
  • Captain James Stirling Statue: Founder of Perth - Left in storage for several years, the Captain James Stirling Statue was finally unveiled in Foundation Park, Perth.
    Captain_James_Stirling_Statue.html
  • Co-existence Sculptures : A set of three wooden carvings each depicting a theme of co-existence between man and nature by sculptor Peter Lowe.
    co-existence_sculptures.html
  • Conic Fugue (Enigma) sculpture - The red Enigma sculpture outside Perth's QV1 building was commissioned by sculptor Charles O. Perry in 1991
    Conic_Fugue_(Enigma)_sculpture.html
  • The Footsteps in Time Sculptures: Stepping Up - The Footsteps in Time Sculptures commemorates the 175 anniversary of Western Australia and also the business people who helped build the city.
    Footsteps_in_Time_Sculptures.html
  • Gumnut Babies Sculpture : The two gumnuts were created by Claire Bailey & Indra Geidans and are based on the characters Snuggle Pot and Cuddle Pie created by May Gibbs in the 1930s.
    Gumnut_Babies_Sculpture.html
  • Going Home sculpture - A sculpture by Anne Neil of 7 silhouetted kangaroos carrying briefcases
    Going_Home_sculpture.html
  • Kangaroos in the City: What a Mob - The Kangaroos in the City sculptures, in the heart of the Perth City, look at home as they drink and jump, whilst the world goes by.
    Kangaroos_in_the_City_Sculptures.html
  • The Harmony of Minerals Obelisk: Tower of Stones or Ore obelisk was erected in 1971 to celebrate the millionth citizen of Western Australia (lucky them).
    Harmony_of_Minerals_Obelisk.html
  • Holocaust Memorial : Located in Stirling Gardens, Perth, the Jewish Memorial is dedicated to the memory of 6,000,000 Jewish men, women and children who perished in the holocaust.
    Holocaust_Memorial.html
  • John Septimus Roe statue
    John_Septimus_Roe_statue.html
  • Judith Statue - The Judith statue which depicts Judith Fyfe at nine years of age was sculpted by Karin Tulloch in 1936 and later cast in bronze in 2008.
    Judith_statue.html
  • International Order of Good Templars War Memorial :Erected by West Australian Members of the International Order of Good Templars in memory of their Brethren who fell in the Great War.
    International_Order_of_Good_Templars_War_Memorial.html
  • Memory Markers sculpture - The Memory Markers sculpture sculpture by Anne Neil can be found in Stirling Gardens, Perth, Western Australia
    Memory_Markers_sculpture.html
  • Meteorite (Fire, Water, Earth) - The water feature in Forrest Place, Perth, was created by artist Malcolm McGregor
    Meteorite_(Fire,_Water,_Earth).html
  • Migrants Memorial : This monument was erected to remember and honour all migrants who have come to Australia from many parts of the world.
    Migrants_Memorial.html
  • Percy Button Sculpture : Created by Charles Smith and Joan Walsh-Smith, the Percy Button Sculpture honours a local Perth street performer of the 1920's to 1950's.
    Percy_Button_Sculpture.html
  • Sir Charles Court statue - The memorial to politician Sir Charles Court was created by Perth sculptor Ben Jones in 2011
    Sir_Charles_Court_statue.html
  • Sir JJ Talbot Hobbs Memorial : Lest We Forget - The memorial was the first memorial erected in Perth to commemorate one of Australia’s most distinguished World War I soldiers and finest Architects.
    Sir_JJ_Talbot_Hobbs_Memorial.html
  • Situate sculpture - The Situate sculpture is one of the single largest art projects undertaken in Western Australia
    Situate_sculpture.html
  • Totem sculpture - The Totem sculpture ouside the Perth Arena was created by local artist Geoffrey Drake-Brockman and features 108 moving elements.
    Totem_sculpture.html
  • The Unidentified Photographer Statue: Snap Shot - , located at the top of St George's Terrace, was created by Anne Neil in collaboration with Greg James in 1996.
    Unidentified_Photographer_Statue.html
  • Yagan Statue : The statue of the Aboriginal warrior, Yagan, was created by sculptor Robert Hitchcock and has always had its fair share of controversy.
    Yagan_Statue.html
  • Public Art In Perth Suburbs - Discover the controversies, history and stories behind some of the statues, monuments and sculptures located in the perth suburbs.
    Public_Art_In_Perth_Suburbs.html
  • Public Art in Applecross - Sculptures and statues in the suburb of Applecross, Western Australia
    Public_Art_in_Applecross.html
  • Fragment Sculpture in Applecross - The Fragment sculpture in Applecross, Western Australia was created by sculptor Kevin Draper in 2008 and was part of Sculptures By The Sea exhibition
    Fragment_Sculpture_in_Applecross.html
  • Public Art in Bentley - A collection of statues and sculptures in Bentley, Western Australia
    Public_Art_in_Bentley.html
  • WAIT sculpture - The WAIT sculpture outside Curtin University in Western Australia is an interpretation of the former Western Australian Institute of Technology logo
    WAIT_sculpture.html
  • Public Art In Burswood - Discover the controversy, history and stories behind some of Burswood's statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_In_Burswood.html
  • Hopscotch sculpture - Bronze group of sculptures depicting children playing hopscotch by Charles Smith and Joan Walsh-Smith
    Hopscotch_sculpture.html
  • Keeping the flame alight sculpture - A bronze sculpture dedicated to Herb Elliot, Shirley Stickland and all the athletes who participated in the 2000 Olympics and Paralympics
    Keeping_the_flame_alight_sculpture.html
  • Paddy Hannan statue - A bronze statue of Paddy Hannan who discovered the "Golden Mile" in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia
    Paddy_Hannan_statue.html
  • The Story Teller sculpture - A bronze statue of Dame Mary Durack, renowned chronicler of Australian History by Charles Smith and Joan Wlash-Smith
    The_Story_Teller_sculpture.html
  • The Black Swan sculpture - A oversized bronze sculpture of a a black swan by sculptors Joan Walsh-Smith and Charles Smith
    The_Black_Swan_sculpture.html
  • Swan Fountain
    Swan_Fountain.html
  • Willem de Vlamingh statue - The statue of famed Dutch explorer Willem de Vlamingh was created by sculptors Joan Walsh-Smith and Charles Smith
    Willem_de_Vlamingh_statue.html
  • Public Art in Claremont - A collection of statues and sculptures in Claremont, Western Australia
    Public_Art_in_Claremont.html
  • Black Cockatoos sculpture - The bronze sculpture in Claremont featuring three black cockatoos perched on a bending branch is by sculptor Andrew Kay.
    Black_Cockatoos_sculpture.html
  • Public Art in Cottesloe - Discover the controversies, history and stories behind Cottesloe's statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_in_Cottesloe.html
  • Public Art in Dianella - A collection of statues and sculptures in Dianella, Western Australia
    Public_Art_in_Dianella.html
  • Swan Dial 71 - The Swan Dial 71 is a sculpture outside the Dianella shopping centre, Perth , Western Australia
    Swan_Dial_71.html
  • Public Art in Highgate - Discover the controversies, history and stories behind Highgate's statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_in_Highgate.html
  • Pieces of Leisure sculpture - The Pieces of Leisure sculpture by Judith Forrest is lcated in Hyde Park, Highgate, Western Australia
    Pieces_of_Leisure_sculpture.html
  • Public Art in Hillarys - Discover the controversies, history and stories behind Hillary's statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_in_Hillarys.html
  • Rotary Dolphin Community Wishing Well - The rotating dolphin statue on the Hillary's wishing well was created by sculptors Joan and Charlie Smith
    Rotary_Dolphin_Community_Wishing_Well.html
  • Wind Rose sculpture - The Wind Rose sculpture at Hillarys Boat Harbour was created by artists Jahne Rees and Liam Cole in 2007
    Wind_Rose_sculpture.html
  • Public Art in Inglewood - Discover the controversies, history and stories behind Inglewood's statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_in_Inglewood.html
  • Public Art in Leederville - Discover the controversies, history and stories behind some of the statues, monuments and sculptures located in the Leederville
    Public_Art_in_Leederville.html
  • Beseech sculpture - The Beseech Sculpture also known as the "Big Blue Head" was created by sculptor Ken Sealey and resides outside the City of Vincent’s offices in Leederville, Western Australia.
    Beseech_sculpture.html
  • Public Art in Midland - All Aboard : Discover the controversy, detailed history and quirky stories behind some of Midland's well known statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_in_Midland.html
  • A Junction in Time Sculpture : Somewhere buried under, in or on the A Junction in Time Sculpture is a time capsule full of messages from local school children and a few Midland Centennial Committee members .
    A_Junction_in_Time_Sculpture.html
  • Animals Sculpture : The Animals Sculpture, designed and sculpted by Anne Neil, is inspired by toy train fittings and parts.
    Animals_Sculpture.html
  • The Arbour Sculpture - Casting Shadows : The intricate embroidery design of The Arbour Sculpture by Anne Neil allows the light to dance around the doorway.
    The_Arbour_Sculpture.html
  • Gabby the Traveller Sculpture - Hold on to Your Hat : The Gabby the Traveller Sculpture was created by artist Kath Wheatley for the Midland Redevelopment Authority.
    Gabby_the_Traveller_Sculpture.html
  • Geer-Lyons Memorial - The Geer-Lyons Memoria, also known as the Poison Gully Memorial, commemorates the death of William "Jack" Lyons and George Geer in Western Australia's first major railway accident
    Geer-Lyons_Memorial.html
  • Harry, Marko and Tom Sculptures - It's Off To Work We Go: Harry, Marko and Tom Sculptures were created by Kath Wheatley as a tribute to the Midland Railway Workshop tradesmen.
    Harry,_Marko_and_Tom_Sculptures.html
  • Kate and Sam Sculpture - Taking To The Skies :The Kate and Sam Sculpture was created by Kath Wheatley as a tribute to the children of the Midland, both past and present.
    Kate_and_Sam_Sculpture.html
  • The Memorial to Fallen Soldiers : The Memorial to Fallen Soldiers by Pietro Porcelli is quite unique because in Australia women are rarely used or represented in war memorials.
    Memorial_to_Fallen_Soldiers.html
  • Shovels Sculpture - Really Dig It :The Shovels Sculpure, by Anne Neil, can be found in a working vegetable patch in Midland, Western Australia.
    Shovels_Sculpture.html
  • Smoko Sculpture - Coffee Break : The Smoko Sculpture was created by artist Kath Wheatley for the Midland Redevelopment Authority as a tribute to the Midland Railway Company.
    Smoko_Sculpture.html
  • Tree Forms Sculpture - Drops of Juniper : Well known artist Robert Juniper has created the Tree Forms Sculpture for the park named in his honour in Midland, Western Australia
    Tree_Forms_Sculpture.html
  • Three Friends Sculpture - Cyril, Wilson and Renaldo : The Three Friends Sculpture was created by sculpture and artist Kath Wheatley for the Midland Redevelopment Authority in 2002.
    Three_Friends_Sculpture.html
  • Two Friends Sculptures - Railway Workers : The Two Friends Sculptures by Kath Wheatley, pays tribute to the men who worked for the Midland Railway Company.
    Two_Friends_Sculptures.html
  • Trickle, Flow and Fall Sculpture - Futuristic Foutain : The Trickle, Flow and Fall Sculpture was created by sculptor Steve Tepper in 2003 and was cast in aluminium and bronze.
    Trickle,_Flow_and_Fall_Sculpture.html
  • Workers Wall - Bricks and Mortar : Workers Wall is a celebration and a recognition of the thousands of people who worked at the Midland Railway Workshops.
    Workers_Wall.html
  • Tandem Bike Riders sculpture - The rabbit and dog riding a bicycle by artists Gillie and Marc Schattner can be found on the corner of Beaufort and Vincent Street in Mt Lawley, Perth, Western Australia
    Tandem_Bike_Riders_sculpture.html
  • Public Art in Mundaring : Discover the controversy, detailed history and quirky stories behind some of Mundaring's well known statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_in_Mundaring.html
  • Tourists in Mundaring Sculpture : Creepy bronze sculptures are a favorite in Mundarings Sculpture Park. The series of five tourists was created by Stuart Elliot.
    Tourists_in_Mundaring_Sculpture.html
  • Goodbye Cruel World. I'm off to join the Circus, but I missed the last Train : Scary clown in the park sculpture by Ron Gomboc.
    Goodbye_Cruel_World._I'm_off_to_join_the_Circus,_but_I_missed_the_last_Train.html
  • Mainstream Sculpture : Sculptor Hans Arkeveld, has incorporated a water pipe, tap and wheelbarrow into his sculpture to reflect Mundaring's origins as the supplier of water to the goldfields.
    Mainstream_Sculpture.html
  • Moon-dae Ring Sculpture : This Acoustic sculpture captures the sounds of the bush. Created by sculptor Ron Sims in 1992
    Moon-dae_Ring_Sculpture.html
  • Public Art in Northbridge - Discover the controversies, history and stories behind Northbridge's statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_in_Northbridge.html
  • Arch sculpture - The Arch sculpture in Northbridge was created by artist Lorenna Grant addin a new twist to crosswalks
    Arch_sculpture.html
  • Baba Yaga Houses - The Baba Yaga Houses sculptures were designed by Marwa Fahmy a Visual Art graduate of Central TAFE, Perth
    Baba_Yaga_Houses.html
  • Between 1979-1980 sculpture - The sculpture Between 1979-1980 sculpture was created by world renown sculptor Clement Meadmore
    Between_1979-1980.html
  • Der Rufer statue - Der Rufer statue also known as The Caller was sculpted by Gerhard Marcks in 1981
    Der_Rufer_statue.html
  • Gate 2: Coalesce
    Gate_2_Coalesce.html
  • My Mind sculpture - The pink kite sculpture can be found outside the Art Gallery, Perth Cultural Centre, James Street, Northbridge, Western Australia
    My_Mind_sculpture.html
  • Nexus - The Nexus water fountain and sculpture in Northbridge was created by Simon Gauntlett
    Nexus.html
  • Unfolding Lives sculpture
    Unfolding_Lives_sculpture.html
  • Untitled sculpture in the Wetlands - The untitled sculpture in the Wetlands outside the Art Gallery of Western Australia was created by local artist Stuart Green
    Untitled_sculpture_in_the_Wetlands.html
  • Urban Storylines Transformed Into a Future Agenda - The Reinigungsgesellschaft project includes 23 new street signs placed under the real street sign names at main intersections in the City of Vincent, Western Australia .
    Urban_Storylines_Transformed_Into_a_Future_Agenda.html
  • Public Art In North Beach - Discover the controversies, history and stories behind North Beach's statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_In_North_Beach.html
  • Centaur Memorial - The Centaur Memorial by Kevin Hayes was erected in North Beach in memory of the iron bring that was shipwrecked off a nearby reef in 1874
    Centaur_Memorial.html
  • Public Art in North Perth - Discover the controversies, history and stories behind North Perth's statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_in_North_Perth.html
  • AIDS Memorial - The Aids Memorial in Robertson Park, North Perth, was created by Rodney Glick in 2001
    AIDS_Memorial.html
  • History Walls sculpture - The History Wals sculpture in Robertson Park was designed by sculptor Paul Caporn
    History_Walls_sculpture.html
  • Public Art in Sorrento - Discover the controversies, history and stories behind Sorrento's statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_in_Sorrento_Perth.html
  • Odyssey sculpture - The Odyssey sculpture at Sorrento Beach was created by sculptor Albie Herbert and marks the location of the old Marmion whaling station
    Odyssey_sculpture.html
  • Public Art In Subiaco - Discover the controversies, history and stories behind Subiaco's statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_In_Subiaco.html
  • Neap Tide Sculpture - The bronze sculture entitled Neap Tide was created by sculptor Mary Knott
    Neap_Tide_Sculpture.html
  • Public Art in Swanbourne - Discover the controversies, history and stories behind Swanbourne's statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_in_Swanbourne.html
  • Feathers Sculpture - The Feathers sculpture which stands in the centre of the roundabout at Swanbourne was created by sculptor Anne Neil
    Feathers_Sculpture.html
  • John Allen Memorial - The John Allen Memorial was erected in honour of the man who secured the 20 acre reserve for the citizens of Swanbourne.
    John_Allen_Memorial.html
  • Public Art in Kings Park : Discover the controversy, detailed history and quirky stories behind some of kings Park's well known statues, monuments and memorials.
    Public_Art_in_Kings_Park.html
  • 2/16 Battalion Memorial
    2_16_Battalion_Memorial.html
  • 16th Battalion plaque - The 16th Battalion Memorial is dedicated to the soldiers who fought during World War I
    16th_Battalion_plaque.html
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Memorial
    Aboriginal_and_Torres_Strait_Islander_Memorial.html
  • Arnold Cook Memorial - The bronze statue of Dr Arnold Cook and his famous guidedog was created by Western Australian sculptor Greg James
    Arnold_Cook_Memorial.html
  • Bali Memorial - Lest We Forget : The Bali Memorial in Kings Park was erected in honor of the lives lost in the Bali terrorist attacks on the 12th October, 2002.
    Bali_Memorial.html
  • Botanic Garden Foundation Stone - The large pink granite rock with plaque commemorates the opening of the Botanic Gardens in Kings Park, Western Australia
    Botanic_Garden_Foundation_Stone.html
  • Edith Dircksey Cowan Memorial : Interestingly it was gender bias that nearly stopped the Edith Cowan Memorial being erected in Western Australia. The very thing she fought her whole life to stop.
    Edith_Dircksey_Cowan_Memorial.html
  • Firefighters Memorial : The Firefighters Memorial was built to celebrate the 100 years of Fire and Rescue services in Western Australia . The memorial was designed by local artist and sculptor Jon Tarry.
    Firefighters_Memorial.html
  • George Leake Fountain -
    George_Leake_Fountain.html
  • HMS Queen Elizabeth Shells : Presented to Kings Park in 1920 by Earl Beatty, the shell was once used as a giant money box to raise money for the upkeep of Kings Park.
    HMS_Queen_Elizabeth_Shells.html
  • Perth's Cenotaph
    Kings_Park_Cenotaph.html
  • Kennedy Fountain
    Kennedy_Fountain.html
  • Kings Park Kokoda Memorial Plaque
    Kings_Park_Kokoda_Memorial_Plaque.html
  • Lord Forrest Memorial : The portly bronze figure of the State's first Premier, John Forrest, looks down on the city of Perth from his granite plinth.
    Lord_Forrest_Memorial.html
  • Pioneer Women's Memorial Fountain : The bronze statue of mother and child was sculpted by Margaret Priest. The water garden in which it stands was designed by Geoffrey Summerhayes.
    Pioneer_Women's_Memorial_Fountain.html
  • Queen Victoria Memorial - The Queen Victoria Memorial statue in Kings Park, Perth was created by sculptor Francis John Williamson in 1903
    Queen_Victoria_Memorial_Perth.html
  • Roe Memorial
    Roe_Memorial.html
  • Rotary Wishing Well in Kings Park - The Rotary Wishing Well in Kings Park was dedicated on the 2nd of October, 1949 by Dr G.H. Wright of Rotary.
    Rotary_Wishing_Well_in_Kings_Park.html
  • South African War Memorial Kings Park : South African War Memorial (also known as the Boer War Memorial) was was unveiled September 1902 by His Excellency Sir Edward Stone.
    South_African_War_Memorial_Kings_Park.html
  • Yorkas Nyinning Memorial - The Yorkas Nyinning Memorial by Athanasios Kalamaras is a limestone wall that features a bas relief mural depicting woman at various stages of life
    Yorkas_Nyinning_Memorial.html
  • Public Art in East Perth Unearthed - The sculptures and street furniture were created from local materials found from the redevelopment sites or salvaged from the old warehouses within the area.
    Public_Art_in_East_Perth.html
  • Concrete Poem sculpture - Palindrome : If you look closely at the Concrete Poem sculpture you will discover a poem embedded into the spiral.
    Concrete_Poem_sculpture.html
  • Diver and Guard Dogs : The Diver and Guard Dogs by artist Russell Sheridan is a cheeky spoof on Nelson's Column
    Diver_and_Guard_Dogs.html
  • Greg Almighty Iron Ore
    Greg_Almighty_Iron_Ore.html
  • Illa Kuri - The Illa Kuri is the Sacred Dreaming Path and the twelve granite stones mark the winding path which linked the chain of lakes and wetlands used by the local indigenous people
    Illa_Kuri.html
  • Impossible Triangle Sculpture - Who knew? : There is a location somewhere around the Impossible Triangle Sculpture that turns this unusual sculpture into a perfect triangle. The trick is to find the location.
    Impossible_Triangle_Sculpture.html
  • Marker Seats :The Marker Seats at Claisebrook Clove, in East Perth, were created by sculptor Malcolm McGregor and were inspired by the 'channel markers' used in rivers.
    Marker_Seats.html
  • Nicolas Baudin bust in East Perth
    Nicolas_Baudin_bust_in_East_Perth.html
  • Peter Pan Statue - Never Never Land : The Peter Pan Statue located in East Perth is one of seven replicas made from the original mould of the famous statue. The statue is signed by the author not the sculptor.
    Peter_Pan_Statue.html
  • Red Surveyor Sculpture - Chip Off The Old Block : The Red Surveyor sculpture stands high above East Perth, keeping an eye on its redevelopment.
    Red_Surveyor_Sculpture.html
  • Regeneration Mural - The Regeneration mural was created by artist Joanna Lefroy Capelle tracing the history of East Perth
    Regeneration_mural.html
  • Sculptured seats - The set of four sculptured seats Mark Cox
    Sculptured_Seats.html
  • Sea Queen Sculpture - Waters Edge :The Sea Queen sculpture by Tony Jones is a restored wooden boat now used by the public to sit or play.
    Sea_Queen_Sculpture.html
  • Shoreline Marker Posts - The Shoreline Marker posts were created by artist Malcom McGregor and were made from jarrah timber salvaged from the demolition of warehouses in East Perth
    Shoreline_Marker_Posts.html
  • Standing Figure - Just Blowing In The Wind :The Standing Figure created by Tony Jones stands in the shallow waters of the East Perth cove.
    Standing_Figure.html
  • Steel Magnolias Sculptures - The Steel Magnolias sculptures were created by sculptor Jon Denaro from "industrial junk" salvaged from the Old Perth Gasworks
    Steel_Magnolias_Sculptures.html
  • Totem Granites - The four granite stones represents the four different groups which make up the Aboriginal people of the Bibbullum Nation.
    Totem_Granites.html
  • Trafalgar Road Culvert -
    Trafalgar_Road_Culvert.html
  • Public Art In Fremantle : Discover the controversy, detailed history and quirky stories behind some of Fremantle's well known statues, monuments and sculptures.
    Public_Art_In_Fremantle.html
  • At The Bottom of the Harbour sculpture
    At_The_Bottom_of_the_Harbour_sculpture.html
  • Bon Scott Statue : Would You Like Fries With That ? - The Bon Scott statue is presently on display in a Fish 'n' Chip shop in Fremantle because of ongoing arguments about where it should be erected.
    Bon_Scott_Statue.html
  • Coast Guard sculpture -
    Coast_Guard_sculpture.html
  • C.Y.O Connor Statue : The C.Y.O'Connor statue, by Pietro Porcelli, is a fitting and lasting tribute to one of Western Australia's greatest achievers.
    C.Y.O_Connor_Statue.html
  • The Jetty, Fishermen’s Monument
    Fishermen's_Monument.html
  • Free Ride sculpture - The Free Ride sculpture in Fremantle is one in a series of 8 sculptures by local artist Judith Forrest
    Free_Ride_sculpture.html
  • Horse and Rider Monument : In the waters off Fremantle is a monument created by sculptor Tony Jones, in memory of the great engineer, C.Y.O'Connor.
    Horse_and_Rider_Monument.html
  • Hughie Edwards statue : Lest We Forget - The statue of Sir Hughie Edwards, the most highly decorated Australian in World War II, was erected in 2002, after a great deal of effort by Peter Firkins.
    Hughie_Edwards_statue.html
  • John Curtin Statue : Controversy - The John Curtin statue was erected in 2005 but since then has divided the Fremantle community.
    John_Curtin_Statue.html
  • Leda and the Swan sculpture - The Leda and the Swan sculpture in Fremantle is one in a series of 8 by local artist Judith Forrest
    Leda_and_the_Swan_sculpture.html
  • Maitland Brown Memorial - Controversial is an understatement! : The Maitland Brown Memorial is without doubt the most controversial piece of public art in Western Australia
    Maitland_Brown_Memorial.html
  • Mark of the Century statue : The John Gerovich statue was erected in Fremantle 2006, in honour of a South Fremantle football legend and his greatest mark.
    Mark_of_the_Century_statue.html
  • Pietro Porcelli Statue : First Local Artist - Famed Western Australian sculptor, Pietro Porcelli, is immortalized in bronze by sculptor Greg James.
    Pietro_Porcelli_Statue.html
  • Quokka Goes For An Eagle - The Quokka Goes For An Eagle sculpture in Fremantle is one in a series of 8 by local artist Judith Forrest
    Quokka_Goes_For_An_Eagle.html
  • Safe For Sun and Sea sculpture - The Safe for Sun and Sea sculpture in Fremantle is one in a series of 8 sculptures by local artist Judith Forrest
    Safe_For_Sun_and_Sea_sculpture.html
  • Southern Crossing Statue - The Southern Crossing sculpture is in honor of the migrants who stepped off the ships to make a new life for themselves in Western Australia
    Southern_CrossingStatue.html
  • Sunbaker sculpture - The bikini clad female bronze sculpture at Bathers Beach in Fremantle was created by sculptor Greg James
    Sunbaker_sculpture.html
  • Tom Edwards Memorial Fountain : Working class matyr - The Memorial Fountain was erected in honor of a victim of a clash between waterside workers and police on the Fremantle waterfront on May 4, 1919.
    Tom_Edwards_Memorial_Fountain.html
  • Vasco de Gama memorial :
    Vasco_de_Gama_memorial.html
  • Venus and Friends sculpture - The Venus and Friends sculpture in Fremantle is one in a series of 8 by local artist Judith Forrest
    Venus_and_Friends_sculpture.html
  • Woman Needs a Man Like A Fish Needs A Bicycle sculpture - A Woman Needs A Man sculpture in Fremantle is one in a series of 8 sculptures by local artist Judith Forrest
    Woman_Needs_a_Man_Like_A_Fish_Needs_A_Bicycle_sculpture.html
  • Public Art Vandalism - A Community was left in shock following the burning down of one of their much loved Fred and Mary Tree Stumps.
    Fred_and_Mary_Tree_Stumps.html
  • Public Art in Belgium : A glimpse into the good, the bad and the ugly Public Art in Belgium.
    Public_Art_in_Belgium.html
  • Public Art in Antwerp - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Antwerp
    Public_Art_in_Antwerp.html
  • Brabo Fountain - The famous Brabo fountain in Antwerp, which features the Roman soldier Silvius Brabo, was created by Jef Lambeaux in 1887
    Brabo_Fountain.html
  • David Teniers Statue - The statiue of Flemish painter David Teniers was created by sculptor Joseph Ducaju in 1866
    David_Teniers_Statue.html
  • Lange Wapper statue - The enormous statue of Lange Wapper was created by sculptor Albert Poels in 1963
    Lange_Wapper_statue.html
  • Peter Paul Rubens statue - The statue of the famous painter Peter Rubens which stands in Antwerp was created by sculptor Guillaume Geefs
    Peter_Paul_Rubens_statue.html
  • Manneken Pis Statue : The original statue resides at Maison du Roi (King's House) and has since 1965. The statue was sculpted by Jerome Duquesnoy.
    Manneken_Pis_Statue.html
  • Nello and Patrasche statue - The Nello and Patrasche statue by Yvonne Bastiaens depicts the two main characters from the novel Dog of Flanders
    Nello_and_Patrasche_statue.html
  • Freedom Monument in Durankulak - The Freedom Monument in Durankulak, commemorates the uprising of 1909 in Bulgaria
    Freedom_Monument_in_Durankulak.html
  • Burundi, Public Art, I Presume - Burundi, the poorest country in the world, can still boast having Public Art. From the pyramid honouring the source of the Nile to the Livingston and Stanley Memorial rock.
    Public_Art_in_Burundi.html
  • Kibimba School Memorial - In honor of the Tutsi students who were rounded up in on the 21st October 1993 and burned alive by Hutu civilians
    Kibimba_School_Memorial.html
  • Livingstone and Stanley Monument: Misunderstanding I Presume? - The Livingstone and Stanley Monument doesn't really mark the famous site where Stanley finally finds Dr Livingstone but who's really noticing !
    Livingstone_and_Stanley_Monument.html
  • Rutovu Monument: Go With The Flow - The Rutovu Monument is a stone pryamid, built in 1938, marking the site of the small spring which is the farthest headstream of the mighty Nile River.
    Rutovu_Monument.html
  • Public Art Canada - A glimpse into the good, the bad and the ugly Public Art in Canada
    Public_Art_Canada.html
  • Public Art In Alberta - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Alberta
    Public_Art_In_Alberta.html
  • Public Art In St Albert - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in St Albert, Canada.
    Public_Art_In_St_Albert.html
  • Time Is A River Monument - The Time is a River monument by artist Terry Reynoldson was erected in honor of local businesses and individuals whose achievements have been recognized by the citizens of St. Albert.
    Time_is_a_River_Monument.html
  • Public Art in Vancouver - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Vancouver.
    Public_Art_in_Vancouver.html
  • Captain John Deighton Statue - A bronze statue of Captain John Deighton Statue, also known as Gassy Jack, by sculptor Vern Simpson
    Captain_John_Deighton_Statue.html
  • Fish Fountain - Fish fountain was commissioned by the Leshgold family as a memorial to the late Samuel Leshgold, who loved Gastown.
    Fish_Fountain.html
  • Gastown Steam Clock
    Gastown_Steam_Clock.html
  • Khenko Sculpture - Khenko is a wire sculpture by Doug Taylor which depicts a heron having just dined on a fish.
    Khenko_Sculpture.html
  • Ride of Dreams Sculpture
    Ride_of_Dreams_Sculpture.html
  • Urban Indian Sculpture - The Urban Indian story stone was part of the V2K project which was originally exhibited at the Vancouver museum.
    Urban_Indian_Sculpture.html
  • Untitled Sculpture - The untitled sculpture by Volker Steigemann is made from red cedar and granite and was influenced by Japanese architecture.
    Untitled_Sculpture.html
  • Public Art In Ottawa - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Ottawa
    Public_Art_In_Ottawa.html
  • Refugee Mother and Child Monument - Designed by sculptor Pham The Trung, the statue honors the many Vietnamese refugees,especially women and children, who were force to flee.
    Refugee_Mother_and_Child_Monument.html
  • Public Art in Chile - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Chile
    Public_Art_in_Chile.html
  • Public Art in the City of Valparaiso - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Valparaiso, Chile
    Public_Art_in_the_City_of_Valparaiso.html
  • Valparaiso Val d'Osne Fountain - The Valparaiso Fountain in Victoria Plaza, Chile was cast at the Val d'Osne Foundry in France
    Valparaiso_Val_d'Osne_Fountain.html
  • Public Art in Czech Republic - Discover the history, controversies and rumors surrounding the statues, monuments and sculptures in Czech Republic
    Public_Art_in_Czech_Republic.html
  • Public Art in Brno - Public Art in Brno ( Czech Republic ) is delightlfully witty and intriguing
    Public_Art_in_Brno.html
  • Brno Astronomical Clock - The Astromonical Clock in Brno has raised eyebrows since its unveiling due to its phallic appearance and people's difficultly in working out the time
    Brno_Astronomical_Clock.html
  • Brno Dragon - The Brno Dragon is suspended from the ceiling inside the Old Town Hall, Brno, Czech Republic.
    Brno_Dragon.html
  • Four Edisons Light Bulbs sculpture - The Four Edison's Light Bulbs sculpture was created in honour of Thomas Edison and inspired by the installation of electric lighting inside the Brnenska Mahen theatre by the Edison company in 1882
    Four_Edisons_Light_Bulbs_sculpture.html
  • Four Mamlases - The Four Mamlases by Johann Eduard Tomolo refer to the statues holding up the facade at the House of the Four Mamlases and are a parody of the Atlas figures
    Four_Mamlases.html
  • Twisted Pinnacle - The twisted pinnacle on the portal of the Brno Old Town Hall was created by disgruntled stonemason Antonin Pilgram in 1510
    Twisted_Pinnacle.html
  • Indecent Little Man - A little stone carving of a man baring his naked butt on the Church of St. James in Brno was believed to have been the work of a disgruntled stonemason
    Indecent_Little_Man.html
  • Marshal Malinovsky bust - Bronze bust of Soviet military commander Rodion Yakovlevich Malinovsky by sculptor Vincenc Makovsky
    Marshal_Malinovsky_bust.html
  • Plague Column - The Baroque Plague stone column which is known as a Marian or Holy Trinity structure was erected in the 17th century to ward off the plague
    Plague_Column.html
  • Parnas Fountain - The Baroque fountain in Brno depicts a three sided arch grotto/cave built from rocks. The three allegorical figures represent the old empires of Babylon, Persia and Greece whilst the top figure represents the victorious Roman Empire.
    Parnas_Fountain.html
  • Brno Soviet War memorial - The Soviet war Memorial by Vincenc Makovsky features a statue of a Red Army soldier in uniform commemorating the liberation of Brno during world War II.
    Brno_Soviet_War_memorial.html
  • Statue of St Florian - The statue of Florian by Anthony Riga can be found in a portico in Church of Saint Mary Magdalene, Brno, Czech Republic
    Statue_of_St_Florian.html
  • Saints Cyril and Methodius statue - The Saint Cyril and Methodius statue in Brno was unveiled in June, 2013 to commemorate the 1150th anniversary of the arrival of the saints to Moravia.
    Saints_Cyril_and_Methodius_statue.html
  • Statue of Jan Jindrich - The statue of Jan Jindrich is located between two columns supporting the balcony at the former Augustinian Monastery now the Governor's Palace in Brno, Czech Republic.
    Statue_of_Jan_Jindrich.html
  • Red Crayfish sculpture - This brightly coloured red lobster/crayfish sculpturecan be found above entrance to Brno's oldest pharmacy.
    Red_Crayfish_sculpture.html
  • Spravedlnost sculpture - The copper sculpture by Marius Kotrba depicts a figure vainly trying to lift a large cube as water empties out through the base
    Spravedlnost_sculpture.html
  • Public Art in Karlovy Vary - Statues, sculptures and monuments in Karlovy vary, Czech Republic
    Public_Art_in_Karlovy_Vary.html
  • Crying Fountain - The two faced crying fountain symbolises eternal life, with the open eyed woman on one side representing day, while the close eyed man on the other side representing night.
    Crying_Fountain.html
  • Sitting Devil statue -The Sitting Devil statue is by sculptor Jarslav Rona
    Sitting_Devil_statue.html
  • Antonin Dvorak statue - The Antonin Dvorak statue was unveiled on the 3rd June, 2000 following the Prague Summer festival in front of Rudolfinum
    Antonin_Dvorak_statue.html
  • Franz Kafka Monument - The bronze statue in Prague is dedicated to Czech author Franz Kafka (3rd July, 1883 - 3rd June, 1924) considered one of the most influential writers of the 20th century.
    Franz_Kafka_Monument.html
  • Frantisek Palacky monument - The bronze and granite sculpture is a tribute to Czech historian and politician Frantisek Palacky who was considered one of the three "Fathers of the Nation".
    Frantisek_Palacky_monument.html
  • In Utero sculpture -
    In_Utero_sculpture.html
  • Prague King Charles VI statue
    Prague_King_Charles_VI_statue.html
  • Statue of Youth - The Youth statue by Milos Zet is known for its shiny golden penis thanks to all the (mostly) women who have rubbed it for good luck.
    Statue_of_Youth.html
  • Prague St George Slaying Dragon Statue - Prague's gothic bronze statue of St George slaying the dragon is Czech Republics first known piece of public art
    Prague_St_George_Slaying_Dragon_Statue.html
  • Statue of Saints Norbert, Wenceslas and Sigismund - The statue by Josef Calanza Max on Charles Bridge was unveiled in 1853 under the patronage of abbott of Strahov Monastery
    Statue_of_Saints_Norbert,_Wenceslas_and_Sigismund.html
  • Water Sprite Kabourek statue - This Kabourek goblin by Josef Nalepa sits precariously on a tree stump at the end of the dock guarding the waterwheel of the grand priory mill (Velkoprevorsky mlyn) on Devil's River.
    Water_Sprite_Kabourek_statue.html
  • Public Art in England - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in England.
    Public_Art_in_England.html
  • Public Art In London - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in London.
    Public_Art_In_London.html
  • Cleopatra's Needle - Cleopatra's Needle is one of pair which was given to Britain by Egypt
    Cleopatra's_Needle.html
  • Knife Edge – Two Piece sculpture
    Knife_Edge_-_Two_Piece_sculpture.html
  • Field Marshall Alanbrooke statue - The Field Marshal Alanbrooke statue by sculptor Ivor Roberts-Jones is located outside the Ministry of Defence in Whitehall, London
    Field_Marshal_Alanbrooke_statue.html
  • Francis Duke of Bedford statue - The Francis Duke statue was the work of Sir Richard Westmacott
    Francis_Duke_of_Bedford_statue.html
  • Full Stop Courier sculpture - The Full Stop Courier was part of a sculpture project initiated by More London and sculpted by Fiona Banner
    Full_Stop_Courier_sculpture.html
  • Full Stop Klang sculpture- The Full Stop Klang sculpture was created by Fiona Banner
    Full_Stop_Klang_sculpture.html
  • Gratuitous Digital Thingy - The Gratuitous Digital Thingy is a temporary piece of public art displayed in Central London over the Christmas holidays and created by Typeone and TBWA
    Gratuitous_Digital_Thingy.html
  • Lambeth Bridge Obelisks - The obelisks which are located at either end of Lambeth bridge in London were designed by renown British architect Sir George William Humphreys
    Lambeth_Bridge_Obelisks.html
  • Monument to the Women of World War II - The Women of World War II monument by sculptor John W. Mills was the first memorial erected in London that recognised the contribution made by women in wartime
    Monument_to_the_Women_of_World_War_II_London.html
  • Nelson's Column - Nelson's Coulum was erected in 1834 in honor of the great British hero Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson
    Nelson's_Column.html
  • Oliver Cromwell Statue - Tthe bronze statue of Oliver Cromwell outside the Palace of Westminster was sculpted by Hamo Thornycroft and caused quite a bit of controversy when erected in 1899.
    Oliver_Cromwell_Statue.html
  • Queen Victoria Memorial - The Victoria Memorial was designed by British architect Sir Aston Webb who also designed the main facade of Buckingham Palace.
    Queen_Victoria_Memorial.html
  • Robert Burns Statue - This statue was the third cast, the original being in Central Park, New York.
    Robert_Burns_Statue_London.html
  • Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain - The Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain, or more erronously known as Eros Statue, was erected in honor of Lord Shaftesbury by sculptor Alfred Gilbert and was the world's first aluminium cast statue.
    Shaftesbury_Memorial_Fountain.html
  • Sphinx sculpture - The two Sphinx sculptures near the base of Cleopatra's Needle were accidentally installed facing the wrong way.
    Sphinx_Sculpture.html
  • Still Water sculpture - The 35ft bronze horse head, Still Waters, which resides at Marble Arch was created by sculptor Nic Fiddian-Green
    Still_Water_sculpture.html
  • Trafalgar Square Fountains - The fountains at Trafalgar Square were designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens
    Trafalgar_Square_Fountains.html
  • Wellington Arch Quadriga -The Wellington Arch Quadriga entitled Peace Descending on the Quadriga of War was created by sculptor Adrian Jones and unveiled in 1912
    Wellington_Arch_Quadriga.html
  • Winston Churchill statue in London -
    Winston_Churchill_statue_in_London.html
  • The Meeting Sculpture in Bedford - The Meeting sculpture by John W Mills consists of a group of bronze statues featuring a family and dog strolling through Harpur Square, England.
    The_Meeting_Sculpture_in_Bedford.html
  • Britannia Monument in Great Yarmouth - The Britannia Monument by William Wilkins was the first monument built in honour of Admiral Horatio Nelson
    Britannia_Monument_in_Great_Yarmouth.html
  • Edith Cavell Memorial in Norwich - The Edith Cavell Memorial was erected in honour of the British nurse and patriot who was executed by the Germans during World War I for helping soldiers escape
    Edith_Cavell_Memorial_in_Norwich.html
  • Norwich War Memorial -
    Norwich_War_Memorial.html
  • Norwich Boer War Memorial - The Norwich Boer War Memorial was designed by George Wade in memory of the Norfolk men who died during the South African War
    Norwich_Boer_War_Memorial.html
  • Sir Thomas Browne statue The Sir Thomas Browne statue in Norwich was created by sculptors Anne and Patrick Poirier
    Sir_Thomas_Browne_statue.html
  • Yekatit 12 Square Monument - The monument was erected in memory of the Ethiopian matryrs who were murdered by Fascist Italian occupiers in 1937
    Yekatit_12_Square_Monument.html
  • Lion of Judah by Maurice Calka - This is the second sculpture of the Lion of Judah found in Addis Ababa, the original was stolen by the Italians and later returned
    Lion_of_Judah_statue.html
  • Public Art in France - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in France.
    Public_Art_in_France.html
  • Public Art Of Paris - Discover the history and juicy controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Paris.
    Public_Art_Of_Paris.html
  • Arc de Triomphe - The Arc de Triomphe features reliefs by 5 well known French sculptors.
    Arc_de_Triomphe.html
  • July Column - The 154ft tall Colonne de Juille, is a monument to the French Revolution of 1830
    July_Column.html
  • Jeanne d'Arc sculpture
    Paris_Jeanne_d'Arc_sculpture.html
  • Luxor Obelisk - The Luxor Obelisk in Paris was a gift to to King Charles X by the Egyptian viceroy Méhémet Ali.
    Luxor_Obelisk.html
  • La Bocca della Verita -
    La_Bocca_della_Verita.html
  • La Femme Aux Pommes - The Woman with Apples statue by Jean Terzieff is located in the gardens of Luxembourg Palace
    La_Femme_Aux_Pommes.html
  • Mercury Statue - The Mercury statue which is also known as Mercury Riding Pegasus was sculpted by Antoine Coysevox in 1701 -1702
    Mercury_Statue.html
  • Pont Alexandre III - Numerous sculptors contributed to the statutes that adorn the Pont Alexandre bridge in Pais, France
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  • Statue of Liberty in Paris -
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  • Chateau Versaille Neptune Fountain. The Neptune Fountain at Chateau Versaille (France) , also known as the Pool Below the Dragon, was designed by sculptor Jean-Baptise Lemoyne between 1679 and 1681
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  • The Water Parterres at Versailles - The Water Parterres in Versailles was designed by Andre Le Notre and sculpted by Charles Antoine Coysevox and Jean-Baptiste Tuby
    The_Water_Parterres_at_Versailles.html
  • Don't Mention Public Art - A glimpse into the good, the bad and ugly Public Art in Germany.
    Public_Art_in_Germany.html
  • Legacy of War - Public Art in Berlin has a unique mixture of past and present.
    Public_Art_in_Berlin.html
  • Bismarck Memorial :The bronze and granite memorial includes a bronze Prince Otto von Bismarck in his ceremonial garb as Chancellor standing above four statues.
    Bismarck_Memorial.html
  • Golden Else: Gilded Goddess of Victory - The Golden Else created by Friedrich Drake represents the Goddess of Victory and is sometimes referred to as Golden Lizzy.
    Golden_Else.html
  • Jewish Holocaust Memorial - Controversial, the memorial was built to honour the millions of Jews murdered during World War II.
    Jewish_Holocaust_Memorial.html
  • Jewish Memorial Sculpture : The Jewish Memorial Sculpture was created by Will Lammert just before he died in 1957.
    Jewish_Memorial_Sculpture.html
  • Jewish Memorial Tablet : Alter Judischer Friedhof - The Jewish Memorial Tablet was erected on the site of the Jewish Home For The Aging which the Nazi's turned into a detention centre.
    Jewish_Memorial_Tablet.html
  • Neptunbrunnen: Symbol of Power - The Neptunbrunnen (Neptune Fountain) was a present to Wilhelm I from the Berlin Town Council.
    Neptunbrunnen.html
  • Quadriga of Victory: Symbol of the Iron Curtin - The Brandenburg Gate and the Quadriga of Victory which sits atop it became the symbol of the division of West and East Berlin.
    Quadriga_of_Victory.html
  • Soviet War Memorial in Tiergarten
    Soviet_War_Memorial_in_Tiergarten.html
  • St George fighting the Dragon statue : The St George fighting the Dragon statue was created by August Karl Eduard Kiss in 1853.
    St_George_fighting_the_Dragon_statue.html
  • St Gertrude Statue: 13th Century Mystic - The St Gertrude Statue stands in the middle of St Gertrude's Bridge in Berlin and was sculpted by Rudolf Siemering.
    St_Gertrude_Statue.html
  • Public Art in Heilbronn - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures
    Public_Art_in_Heilbronn.html
  • The Swimmer statue - The Swimmer statue is by German sculptor Waldemar Grzimek
    The_Swimmer_statue.html
  • Witch sculpture - The Witch sculpture by Jochen Müller Quedlinburg is located at Hexentanzplatz ("Witches' Dance Floor") in Thale, Germany
    Witch_sculpture.html
  • Public Art in Greece - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Greece
    Public_Art_in_Greece.html
  • Public Art in Delos - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Delos
    Public_Art_in_Delos.html
  • Terrace of Lions - The Terrace of Lions on the island of Delos were created around 600BC and were dedicated to Apollo by the people of Naxos.
    Terrace_of_Lions.html
  • Rhodian Deer Statues - The two bronze Deer statues at the Mandraki harbour entrance in Rhodes are known as Dama Dama and were erected in 1947
    Rhodian_Deer_Statues.html
  • Colossus of Rhodes - The 30meter high bronze statue of the Sun God Helios was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World but was destroyed by a masive earthquake
    Colossus_of_Rhodes.html
  • Public Art in Hong Kong - A collection of statues, sculptures and memorials in Hong Kong
    Public_Art_in_Hong_Kong.html
  • Beijing 2008 Olympic Torch sculpture - The sculpture of the 2008 Beijing Olympic torch outside the Cultural Centre in Hong Kong is a large to scale replica taken from the original 2008 Olympic design.
    Beijing_2008_Olympic_Torch_sculpture.html
  • Bank of China Stone Lions -
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  • Big Apple sculpture - The Big Apple sculpture, which is part of the 2014 Heaven, Earth and Man - Hong Kong Art Exhibition, is by sculptor Kum Chi-keung
    Big_Apple_sculpture.html
  • Bruce Lee statue - The Bruce Lee statue on the Hong kong Waterfront was sculpted by Professor Cao Chong-En and gifted by the Bruce Lee fan club.
    Bruce_Lee_statue.html
  • Casadei Fountain - The iconic fountains in Statue Square, Hong Kong, were created by Italian artist Casadei in the 1960s
    Casadei_Fountain.html
  • Convention sculpture - The Convention sculpture by Aries Lee was erected to commemorate the official opening of the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in 1989.
    Convention_sculpture.html
  • Coiling Dragon statue - Hong kong's Coiling Dragon, often referred to as the Golden Dragon, was created by sculptor Ho Pak-tao
    Coiling_Dragon_statue.html
  • Film Crew sculpture - The Film Crew group of sculptures on the Avenue of Stars in Hong Kong has no given name nor is the sculptor acknowledged
    Film_Crew_sculpture.html
  • Floral Horse sculpture - The Floral Horse sculpture in the garden outside the Cosmopolitan Hotel 3T Bar HK Jockey Club was part of the Horses Across Hong Kong event
    Floral_Horse_sculpture.html
  • The Flying Frenchman sculpture - The Flying Frenchman sculpture in Kowloon, Hong Kong was created by Cesar and gifted to the people of Hong Kong by Cartier in 1992
    The_Flying_Frenchman_sculpture.html
  • Forever Blooming Bauhinia sculpture - The enormous golden flowering Bauhinia (orchid) sculpture is one of the most photographed sculptures in Hong Kong
    Forever_Blooming_Bauhinia_sculpture.html
  • Gate sculpture Hong Kong - The Gate sculpture by Chu Hon-sun was created in 1991 and resides outside the Hong Kong Museum of Art
    Gate_sculpture_Hong_Kong.html
  • General sculpture - The General sculpture by CHEUNG Yee is located in Centenary Garden, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong Museum of Art, Kowloon, Hong Kong
    General_sculpture.html
  • Growth sculpture by Norman Ko - The Growth sculpture by Norman Ko is located at the main entrance of the Hong Kong University
    Growth_sculpture_by_Norman_Ko.html
  • Happy Folks II sculpture - The fibreglass and imitation stone sculptures called Happy Folks are part of the Hong Kong Heaven, Earth and Man exhibition and were created by sculptor Rosanna Li
    Happy_Folks_II_sculpture.html
  • Hong Kong Cenotaph - The Hong Kong Cenotaph is a replica of the British Cenotaph in Whitehall, London which was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens
    Hong_Kong_Cenotaph.html
  • The HSBC Lions - Two bronze lions guarding the HSBC (Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation) building in Hong Kong were cast from models by Henry Poole.
    The_HSBC_Lions.html
  • Kowloon Dock War Memorial - The Kowloon Dock War Memorial is located near the bow of the Whampoa ship shopping mall and is dedicated the staff of The Hong Kong & Whampoa Dock Co who lost their lives during WWI and WWII
    Kowloon_Dock_War_Memorial.html
  • McDull Statue - The McDull statue was erected in honour of the popular cartoon character McDull created by Hong Kong artists Alice Mak Ka-bik and Brian Tse Lap-man
    McDull_Statue.html
  • Please sculpture - The Please bronze sculpture of hands clasped together was designed by sculptor Lau Van
    Please_sculpture.html
  • Pillar of Shame sculpture Hong Kong
    Pillar_of_Shame_sculpture_Hong_Kong.html
  • Hong Kong statue of Queen Victoria - Hong Kong's Queen Victoria statue was originally erected in Statue Square but was dismantled and shipped to Japan during World War II to be melted down as scrap metal. It was returned after the war
    Hong_Kong_statue_of_Queen_Victoria.html
  • Reach For The Sky sculpture - The Reach For The Sky sculpture in Hong Kong was created by sculptor KO Wah Man Norman in 1997
    Reach_For_The_Sky_sculpture.html
  • Statue of Sir Thomas Jackson - Hing Kong's Sir Thomas Jackson statue was created by sculptor Mario Raggi in 1906 in Statue Square
    Statue_of_Sir_Thomas_Jackson.html
  • Statue of Hong Kong Film Awards - The statue the replica of the Hong Kong film awards was created by sculptor CHENG Man Ngar Olivia in 2004 and is located on the Avenue of stars in Hong Kong
    Statue_of_Hong_Kong_Film_Awards.html
  • Statue Square fountain - The iconic fountains in Statue Square, Hong Kong, were created by Italian artist Casadei in the 1960s
    Statue_Square_fountain.html
  • Swallows sculpture - The Swallows sculpture by Chu Honsun is located in a fountain in Chater Gardens, Hong Kong
    Swallows_sculpture.html
  • Themis Goddess of Justice statue - Themis Goddess of Justice statue can be found on the portico of the Legislative Council Building, Statue Square, Hong Kong
    Themis_Goddess_of_Justice_statue.html
  • United Buddy Bears sculptures - The two United Bear sculptures on Hong Kong's Avenue of Stars were created by German artists Eva and Klaus Herlitz
    United_Buddy_Bears_sculptures.html
  • Waterdrop suclpture by Danny Lee is part of the 2014 Heaven, Earth and Man - Hong Kong Art Exhibition,
    Waterdrop_by_Danny_Lee.html
  • Art Amongst the Ruins - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Italy.
    Public_Art_in_Italy.html
  • Renaissance Rocks - Public Art in Florence exploded in the 15th Century and became known as the Renaissance period.
    Public_Art_in_Florence.html
  • Beheading of St John the Baptist
    Beheading_of_St_John_the_Baptist.html
  • Fountain of Neptune: Fountain of Hard Knocks - Fountain of Neptune created by Bartolomeo Ammannati was criticized from the moment it was unveiled.
    Fountain_of_Neptune.html
  • Hercules and Cacus Statue: Join the Club - The Hercules and Cacus Sculpture was commissioned on behalf of the Medici Family, who had just returned to power in Florence.
    Hercules_and_Cacus_Statue.html
  • Dante Statue : Happy 600th -The Dante Statue, created by Florentine sculptor, Enrico Pazzi, was erected in 1865 on the sixth centenary of Dante's birth.
    Dante_Statue.html
  • Statue of David - Michelangelo's statue of David is one of the most recognised statues in the world
    Statue_of_David.html
  • Statue of David at Piazzale Michelanglo is a bronze copy cast in 1846
    Statue_of_David_at_Piazzale_Michelanglo.html
  • Public Art in Rome -The Romans treated public art with the same enthusiasm that they treated war. Bigger, better, grander. Artists, like warriors, were worshipped.
    Public_Art_in_Rome.html
  • Castor and Pollux - The Capitoline Museum in Rome, Italy is guarded by the statues of Castor and Pollux also known as Dioscuri. The statues were placed in the piazza in 1583 after being discovered during excavations.
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  • Fountain of the Four Rivers: To win the commission for the Fountain of the Four Rivers, Bernini made a model of his intended design and placed it in the Pamphili Palace where the Pope was sure to see it.
    Fountain_of_the_Four_Rivers.html
  • Fountain of the Moor: Not Amused - The original centre piece for the Fountain of the Moor by Giacomo della Porta was rejected by Pope Innocent X because it wasn't considered noble enough.
    Fountain_of_the_Moor.html
  • Fontana dell'Adriatico - The Fountain of the Adriatic was created by Emilio Quadrelli for Vittorio Emanuele IIMonument in 1911
    Fontana_dell'Adriatico.html
  • Fontana di Borgo Vecchio - The Dragon and eagle fountain created by Carlo Maderno is located near St Peter's and is fed by the Acqua Paola.
    Fontana_di_Borgo_Vecchio.html
  • Goddess of Rome statue - The Dea Roma statue on the Il Vittoriano Monument was created by sculptor Angelo Zanelli
    Goddess_of_Rome_statue.html
  • Harpy sculpture - The Harpy sculpture can be found above the door of the Palazzo Della Consulta building in Piazza del Quirinale, Rome, Italy
    Harpy_sculpture.html
  • Il Pensiero statue - The Il Pensiero statue outside the Monument of Vittorio Emanuele II in Rome was created by Giulio Monteverde
    Il_Pensiero_Statue.html
  • Ponte Sant'Angelo statues - The statues on the Angel Bridge (Ponte Sant'Angelo) were desgned by Gian Lorenzo Bernini but completed by his students
    Ponte_Sant'Angelo_statues.html
  • Quadriga dell'Unita -
    Quadriga_dell'Unita.html
  • Saint Catherine Statue - The statue near the Vatican was erected in 1961 in honor of Saint Catherine of Siena, the patron saint of Italy
    Saint_Catherine_Statue.html
  • Statue of Tiber - The Statue of the Tiber at Palazzo Senatorio in Rome was original created as the statue of Tigris
    Statue_of_Tiber.html
  • Trevi Fountain : Virgin Water - The Trevi Fountain was designed by Nicola Salvi and built on the site of a spring which was made into one of Rome's first aquaducts.
    Trevi_Fountain.html
  • Vittorio Emanuele II Statue : The statue of Victor Emmanuel in Rome, was created from 50 tons of melted down weapons by Enrico Chiaradia and Emilio Gallori
    Vittorio_Emanuele_II_Statue.html
  • Horses of St Mark's - The Horses of St Mark's dates back to the 4th century BC and are also known as the Triumphal Quadriga
    Horses_of_St_Mark's.html
  • They Take Their Art to Heart - Explore the good, the bad and to be sure ugly art in Ireland. It just wouldn't be Public Art in Ireland if the locals didn't have nicknames for every statue.
    Public_Art_in_Ireland.html
  • Everyone is a Critic - There is nothing more entertaining than asking the locals their opinion on Public Art in Dublin. The answers are sure to be as colourful as the sculptures themselves.
    Public_Art_in_Dublin.html
  • Anna Livia Millennium Fountain: Floozy in the Jacuzzi - Otherwise known as the Anna Livia Millennium Fountain, the fountain caused so much controversy it was eventually removed in 2001.
    Anna_Livia_Millennium_Fountain.html
  • Daniel O'Connell monument : The Daniel O'Connell monument took nearly 18 years for sculptor John Foley and his studio to complete.
    Daniel_O'Connell_monument.html
  • James Joyce Statue : 8ft Bronze statue of Irish writer, James Joyce, featuring his walking cane, large wide brimmed hat, horn rimmed glasses and his slight slouch.
    James_Joyce_Statue.html
  • Rory Gallagher Statue
    Rory_Gallagher_Statue.html
  • Three Fates Fountain - The Three Fates Fountain by Joseph Wackerle was donated to Dublin by the people of Germany for the help they gave refugees during World War II
    Three_Fates_Fountain.html
  • A Fighting Chance Memorial - The stone memorial , Fighting Chance on the Aran Island of Kilronan was erected in honor of John Ridgeway and Chay Blyth who successfully rowed from America to Ireland in 1966
    A_Fighting_Chance_Memorial.html
  • Public art in Japan - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Japan
    public_art_in_Japan.html
  • Public Art in Hokkaido - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Hokkaido, Japan.
    Public_Art_in_Hokkaido.html
  • Public art in Hakodate - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Hakodate.
    Public_art_in_Hakodate.html
  • Public Art in Kamakura - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Kamakura, Japan.
    Public_Art_in_Kamakura.html
  • Public Art in Yokohama - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Yokohama, Japan.
    Public_Art_in_Yokohama.html
  • Public Art in the Netherlands - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in the Netherlands.
    Public_Art_in_the_Netherlands.html
  • Public Art in Amsterdam - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Amsterdam.
    Public_Art_in_Amsterdam.html
  • Multatuli Statue - The statue of Multatuli (Eduard Douwes Dekker was sculpted by Hans Bayens
    Multatuli_Statue.html
  • National Monument Amsterdam - Amsterdam's National Monument in Dam Square was designed by John Radecker who died before it was completed.
    National_Monument_Amsterdam.html
  • Public Art in The Hague - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in The Hague
    Public_Art_in_The_Hague.html
  • Locking Piece sculpture - The bronze Locking piece by Henry Moore was completed 1963-64
    Locking_Piece_sculpture.html
  • Public Art in New Zealand - A glimpse into the good, the bad and ugly Public Art in New Zealand.
    Public_Art_in_New_Zealand.html
  • Public Art In Auckland - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Auckland.
    Public_Art_In_Auckland.html
  • Public Art In Albert Park - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Albert Park in Auckland.
    Public_Art_In_Albert_Park.html
  • Albert Park Fountain - The Albert Park fountain is Auckland's oldest surviving fountain
    Albert_Park_Fountain.html
  • Albert Park Flagstaff - The flagstaff is the oldest surviving steel flagstaff in Auckland
    Albert_Park_Flagstaff.html
  • Gateway sculpture - The 18m Gateway sculpture is a large archway made up of basalt boulders and created by Chris Booth
    Gateway_Sculpture.html
  • Meteorological Station - The weather station in Albert Park, Auckland, was first established in 1909, however weather readings date back to about 1854
    Meteorological_Station.html
  • Queen Victoria Statue in Albert Park - Francis James Williamson's statue of Queen Victoria was erected on her 80th birthday
    Queen_Victoria_Statue_in_Albert_Park.html
  • Reed Monument - In honor of one of New Zealand's most revered journalists, the George Mccullagh Reed monument was designed by sculptor W. Parkinson
    Reed_Monument.html
  • Sir George Grey Statue - Created by sculptor Francis John Williamson, the Sir Grey Statue stands in Albert Park, Auckland.
    Sir_George_Grey_Statue.html
  • South African War Memorial - Known also as the Trooper statue the South African Memorial can be found in Albert Park, Auckland
    South_African_War_Memorial_auckland.html
  • Throwback Sculpture - The semi -circular Throwback sculpture was designed by Neil Dawson to mark the Auckland Art Gallery's Centenary (1988) .
    Throwback_Sculpture.html
  • Victory of Peace Statue - The Victory of Peace statue is also known as the Boyd Statue as it was donated to the people of Auckland by the late Helen Boyd following her death
    Victory_of_Peace_Statue.html
  • Public Art In Auckland City - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Auckland's CBD.
    Public_Art_In_Auckland_City.html
  • Aotea Moa statue - Statue of an enormous Moa created by Robert Coleman
    Aotea_Moa_statue.html
  • Aotea Dog statue - The Aotea Dog statue was sculpted by Robin Coleman
    Aotea_Dog_statue.html
  • Aotea Kiwi Statue - Statue of an enormous Kiwi created by sculptor Robert Coleman
    Aotea_Kiwi_Statue.html
  • Flight Trainer For Albatross - The Albatross Trainer sculpture was created by sculptor Greer Twist
    Flight_Trainer_For_Albatross.html
  • Kaitiaki II (Trustee) - The Kaitiaki II sculpture can be found on Queen Street in Auckland by Maori sculptor Fred Graham
    Kaitiaki_II_(Trustee).html
  • Lord Auckland Statue - The Lord Auckland statue in Auckland, which was originally erected in India, was sculpted by Henry Weekes
    Lord_Auckland_Statue.html
  • Lord Freyberg Statue
    Lord_Freyberg_Statue.html
  • Maori Warrior statue - The Maori Warrior statue in Queen Elizabeth Square was designed by sculptor Molly Macalister
    Maori_Warrior_statue.html
  • Patterson Fountain
    Patterson_Fountain.html
  • Sir Dove-Meyer Robinson statue
    Sir_Dove-Meyer_Robinson_statue.html
  • Te Ahi Ka - Enduring Fires
    Te_Ahi_Ka_-_Enduring_Fires.html
  • Te Waka Taumata O Horotiu - The Fred Graham sculpture Te Waka Taumata O Horotiu was erected in 2008
    Te_Waka_Taumata_O_Horotiu.html
  • Public Art In Dargaville - A glimpse into the good, the bad and ugly Public Art in Dargaville, New Zealand .
    Public_Art_In_Dargaville.html
  • Dolphin Statue -
    Dolphin_Statue.html
  • Gumdigger statue : The Gumdigger statue in Dargaville, New Zealand, by sculptor Lynn Dunn, was erected by the Dalmation Pioneer Trust as a tribute to the early gumdiggers
    Gumdigger_Statue.html
  • Rainbow Warrior Masts -
    Rainbow_Warrior_Masts.html
  • Public Art In Matamata - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Matamata.
    Public_Art_In_Matamata.html
  • Big Cow and Calf sculpture- The big concrete cow and calf outside the Te Poi Country Pub in New Zealand were designed by Gordon Rose in 1994.
    Big_Cow_and_Calf_sculpture.html
  • Big Cow Burger sculpture - The Big Cow Burger is one of many Big Things by Gordon Rose found at the Te Poi Country Pub.
    Big_Cow_Burger_sculpture.html
  • Big Kwi Sculpture - The Big Kiwi is one of many Big Things by Gordon Rose found at the Te Poi Country Pub.
    Big_Kwi_Sculpture.html
  • Embrace Sculpture - The Embrace sculpture in Matamata was carved by sculptor Saskia Riemersma
    Embrace_Sculpture.html
  • Gollum Statue - The Lord of The Rings Gollum Statue in Matamata (Hobbiton) was carved by Allan Grabham
    Gollum_Statue.html
  • Tane - God of the Forest Sculpture by Jason Hina caused a small controversy when a Christian demanded it be removed from their land
    Tane_-_God_of_the_Forest_Sculpture.html
  • What was here ? Outside the Matamata visitors centre is the
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  • Public Art In Rotorua - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Auckland.
    Public_Art_In_Rotorua.html
  • Fred Wylie Memorial - The memorial was erected to commemorate the valour of New Zealand soldier Fred W Wylie who died during the Boer War
    Fred_W_Wylie_Memorial.html
  • Harawene Memorial - This bronze statue was erected in loving memory of Harawene stray dog who made her home along the Te Ngae Rd, Rotorua's most busiest highway for 15 years
    Harawene_Memorial.html
  • Jean-Michel Camille Malfroy sculpture - The bronze bust of Jean-Michel Camille Malfroy was sculpted by George Andrews and can be found near the Malfroy Geysers
    Jean_Michel_Camille_Malfroy_sculpture.html
  • Krupp Gun Rotorua - The Krupp Gun located next to the Te Arawa Soldiers Memorial in Rotorua is associated with the New Zealand soldiers who liberated the town of Le Quesnoy in France during World War I.
    Krupp_Gun_Rotorua.html
  • Kwagulth Totem Pole - The Kwagulth Totem Pole was a gift to New Zealand from the government of Canada and was carved by Tony Hunt
    Kwagulth_Totem_Pole.html
  • Oruawhata Carving - Guarding the Malfroy Geysers in Rotorua, the Oruawhata Carving was created by Rakei Kingi
    Oruawhata_Carving.html
  • Nga Whakairo Tupuna - The Nga Whakairo Tupuna carvings were presented by the people of Ngati Whakaue to commemorate their original gift of this land in 1880
    Nga_Whakairo_Tupuna.html
  • Prince’s Gate Archway - The wooden archway was originally erected in honor of the visit in 1901 of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York (later King George V and Queen Mary) to Rotorua.
    Prince's_Gate_Archway.html
  • Rotorua Great War Memorial - The Rotorua Great War Memorial was erected in honor of the soldiers who gave their lives
    Rotorua_Great_War_Memorial.html
  • Te Arawa Soldiers memorial - The memorial was erected to commorate the sons of the Arawa people who fought and died in World War I
    Te_Arawa_Soldiers_memorial.html
  • Toi Tu Whenua sculpture - The Toi Tu Whenua sculpture in Rotorua was created by sculptor Lewis Gardiner
    Toi_Tu_Whenua_sculpture.html
  • Tunohopu carving - The Tunohopu is one of two carvings by carver Rakei Kingi guarding the Malfroy Geysers
    Tunohopu_carving.html
  • Waitukei sculpture - The Waitukei sculpture by Lyonel Grant was unveiled in June, 2001 to mark the new millennium.
    Waitukei_sculpture.html
  • Public art in Tirau - The small town of tirau is known as the "Corrugated Iron Capital of New Zealand" due to its many corrugated iron sculptures
    Public_art_in_Tirau.html
  • Tirau Big Dog - The Big Dog shed in Tirau, New Zealand was created by Steven Clothier in 1998
    Tirau_Big_Dog.html
  • Tirau Big Sheep -
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  • Good Shepherd sculpture - The Good Shepherd sculpture is not very far away from the corrugated Big Dog and Big Sheep in Tirau, New Zealand
    Good_Shepherd_sculpture.html
  • Public Art In Peru - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Peru
    Public_Art_In_Peru.html
  • Public Art In Lima - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Lima
    Public_Art_In_Lima.html
  • Jose de San Martin Monument - The Jose de San Martin Monument in Lima was created by sculptor Mariano Benllure
    Jose_de_San_Martin_Monument.html
  • Public Art in Tacna - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Tacna, Peru.
    Public_Art_in_Tacna.html
  • Public Art in the Philippines - Life After Magellan : A glimpse into the good, the bad and the ugly Public Art in the Philippines, including Manila and Cebu.
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  • Public Art in Manila - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Manila.
    Public_Art_in_Manila.html
  • Rizal Monument : Dedicated to Dr Rizal, Philippine's National Hero, the monument is built on the exact site where Dr Rizal was executed in 1896.
    Rizal_Monument.html
  • Public Art in Cebu - Everything is Bigger : From the giant cabbage to the giant warrior, Lapu-Lapu, Cebu offers a unique array of public art.
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  • Lapu Lapu Statue : The Lapu-Lapu statue was erected in honor of Philippine's first national hero, who killed Ferdinard Magellan on the shores of Mactan Island in 1521.
    Lapu_Lapu_Statue.html
  • Public Art In Portugal - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Portugal
    Public_Art_In_Portugal.html
  • Public Art in Romania - Discover the history, controversies and rumors surrounding the statues, monuments and sculptures in Romania
    Public_Art_in_Romania.html
  • Public Art In Bucharest - Discover the history, controversies and rumors surrounding the statues, monuments and sculptures in Bucharest, Romania
    Public_Art_In_Bucharest.html
  • Arcul de Triumf - The Arcul de Triumf in Buicharest is a triumphal arch designed by Petre Antonescu in honour of the Romanian Heroes of the War of Independence and World War I.
    Arcul_de_Triumf.html
  • Bucharest Plane Monument
    Bucharest_Plane_Monument.html
  • C. A. Rosetti statue - The statue of Romanian writer and politician C. A. Rosetti was sculpted by Wladimir Hegel
    C._A._Rosetti_statue.html
  • French Heroes' Monument - The French Heroes' Monument was designed by I. Jalea in honor of the French soldiers who died during World War I defending Romania
    French_Heroes'_Monument.html
  • G.H.Cosbuc bust - The G.H.Cosbuc bustt is one of twelve sculptures in the Writers' Rotunda in Cismigiu Gardens , Bucharest
    G.H.Cosbuc_bust.html
  • Here And Beyond sculpture in Bucharest -
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  • Ion Creanga bust - The Ion Creanga bust is one of twelve sculptures in The Writers' Rotunda in Cismigiu Gardens , Bucharest
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  • King Carol I Monument - The King Carol I Monument is a copy of the original statue by Ivan Mestrovic which was removed by the Soviets
    King_Carol_I_Monument.html
  • Memorial of Rebirth - The controversial Rebirth memorial was designed by Alexandru Ghildus in memory of those who gave their lives during the Romanian Revolution of 1989
    Memorial_of_Rebirth.html
  • Mihail Kogalniceanu statue
    Mihail_Kogalniceanu_statue.html
  • Mihai Eminescu bust - The Mihai Eminescu bust is one of twelve sculptures in The Writers' Rotunda in Cismigiu Gardens , Bucharest
    Mihai_Eminescu_bust.html
  • Mihai Eminescu statue - The statue of Mihai Eminescu in Bucharest was created by sculptor Gheorghe Anghel
    Mihai_Eminescu_statue.html
  • Sissi's Spring memorial - The Sissi's Spring memorial in Cismigiu Garden, Bucharest was gifted by the Stefanidi family who lost their daughter.
    Sissi's_Spring_memorial.html
  • Public Art in Bran - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, sculptures and monuments in Bran, Romania
    Public_Art_in_Bran.html
  • Public Art in Mangalia - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in the Mangalia
    Public_Art_in_Mangalia.html
  • Heroes of South Dobrogea Monument - The monument to the heroes of South Dobrogea in Mangalia, Romania, was created by Doru Nuta
    Heroes_of_South_Dobrogea_Monument.html
  • Public Art in Tuzla - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, sculptures and monuments in Tuzla, Romania
    Public_Art_in_Tuzla.html
  • Public Art in Eforie - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, sculptures and monuments in Eforie, Romania
    Public_Art_in_Eforie.html
  • Public Art in Galati - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, sculptures and monuments in Galati, Romania
    Public_Art_in_Galati.html
  • The Propeller sculpture - The Propeller was erected to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the Galati shipyard in Romania and a memorial to the thousands who worked there.
    The_Propeller_sculpture.html
  • Ion I. C. Bratianu statue - The statue of Ion I. C. Bratianu can be found in Galati , Romania and was sculpted by Oscar Spathe
    Ion_I._C._Bratianu_statue.html
  • Public Art in Slobozia - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, sculptures and monuments in Slobozia, Romania
    Public_Art_in_Slobozia.html
  • Public Art in Sinaia - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, sculptures and monuments in Sinaia, Romania
    Public_Art_in_Sinaia.html
  • Statue of Carol I - The statue of King Charles I was sculpted by Oscar Han and stands ooutside the Peles Palace, Romania
    Statue_of_Carol_I.html
  • Public Art in Dragoesti - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, sculptures and monuments in Dragoesti, Romania
    Public_Art_in_Dragoesti.html
  • Public Art at Lake Vidraru - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, sculptures and monuments at Lake Vidraru, Romania
    Public_Art_at_Lake_Vidraru.html
  • Prometheus statue - The enormous steel statue of Prometheus was created by sculptor Constantin Popovici for the hydroelectric station on Lake Vidraru, Romania
    Prometheus_statue.html
  • Oh Those Russians - Public Art In Russia : Discover the history, controversies and rumors about public art (statues, sculptures and monuments) in Russia.
    Public_Art_In_Russia.html
  • Public Art in Saint Petersburg : Discover the history, controversies and rumors about public art in St Petersburg, Russia.
    Public_Art_in_Saint_Petersburg.html
  • Atlantes of the Hermitage -
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  • The Bronze Horseman : If Ever There Were a Statue to Talk about - This 13m tall monument to Peter the Great was created by French sculptor Etienne Maurice Falconet.
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  • General Staff Building Quadriga
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  • Thunder Stone : Base of the Bronze Horseman -Thunder Stone can be found in St Petersburg and is believed to be the largest stone moved by man. It reportedly weighs around 1,500 tonnes.
    Thunder_Stone.html
  • Nicholas I Monument : The Nicholas I Monument was created by sculptor Auguste de Montferrand in 1856.
    Nicholas_I_Monument.html
  • Public Art Of Moscow : Discover the history, controversies and rumors about public art in Moscow, Russia.
    Public_Art_of_Moscow.html
  • Alexander Ostrovsky statue
    Alexander_Ostrovsky_statue.html
  • Alexander Pushkin Statue : The famous bronze statue of Pushkin in Moscow was created by sculptor Alexander Opekushin in 1880.
    Alexander_Pushkin_Statue.html
  • Felix Dzerzhinsky Statue - The Iron Felix statue by sculptor Yevgeny Vuchetich was erected in Moscow in 1958 by was pulled down after a failed coup in 1991.
    Felix_Dzerzhinsky_Statue.html
  • Georgy Zhukov Statue : The equestrain statue was created by sculptor Vyacheslav Klykov in 1995
    Georgy_Zhukov_Statue.html
  • Lenin Statue : the Lenin Statue in October square was created by sculptor Lev Kerbel and unveiled by then city mayor Boris Yeltsin.
    Lenin_Statue.html
  • Moscow Metro Mosaics -
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  • Yuri Dolgoruki statue -
    Yuri_Dolgoruki_statue.html
  • Bicycle sculpture - The Bicycle sculpture was created by Russian artist Dmitry Zapylihin
    Bicycle_sculpture.html
  • Public Art In Petrovsk-Zabaykalsky - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about public art in Petrovsk-Zabaykalsky
    Public_Art_In_Petrovsk-Zabaykalsky.html
  • Decembrist Memorial - Decembrist Memorial - The Decembrist Memorial at Petrovsk-Zabaykalsky station was erected in 1959 to honour those who survived and were exiled to Siberia.
    Decembrist_Memorial.html
  • Public Art In Scotland - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about public art (statues, sculptures and monuments in Scotland
    Public_Art_In_Scotland.html
  • Greenock Street Scene - The Greenock Street Scene mural was brought back to life by the team at 6274 Public Art
    Greenock_Street_Scene.html
  • Public Art In Singapore - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about public art (statues, sculptures and monuments) in Singapore.
    Public_Art_In_Singapore.html
  • 20 Tonnes sculpture - The 20 Tonnes sculpture in Singapore was created by sculptor Han Sai Por
    20_Tonnes_sculpture.html
  • Augury sculpture - The Augury sculpture by sculptor Anthony Lau, which resides in Singapore's Fort Canning Park, is part of the ASEAN Sculpture Symposium collection
    Augury_sculpture.html
  • Balance sculpture - The Balance sculpture by sculptor Ng Eng Teng, which resides in Singapore's Fort Canning Park, is part of the ASEAN Sculpture Symposium collection
    Balance_sculpture_Singapore.html
  • Bird sculpture Singapore - The Bird sculpture in Singapore is one of four created by Columbian sculptor Fernando Botero
    Bird_sculpture_Singapore.html
  • Concentration sculpture - The Concentraion sculpture by Thai sculptor Vichai Sithiratu, which resides in Singapore's Fort Canning Park, is part of the ASEAN Sculpture Symposium collection
    Concentration_sculpture_Singapore.html
  • Dalhousie Obelisk - The Dalhousie Memorial was the first public art erected in Singapore and was to commemorate the visit of the Marquis of Dalhousie, Governor General of British India in February 1850.
    Dalhousie_Obelisk.html
  • Deng Xiaoping Bust - The Deng Xiaoping bust was created by Chinese sculptor Li Xiangqun as part of Singapore's Friends to Our Shores series
    Deng_Xiaoping_Bust_Singapore.html
  • First Generation sculpture: The First Generation sculpture in Singapore was sculpted by Chong Fah Cheong
    First_Generation_sculpture_Singapore.html
  • From Chettiars To Financiers sculpture - From Chettiars To Financiers sculpture was created by Singaporean sculptor Chern Lian Shan
    From_Chettiars_To_Financiers_sculpture.html
  • A Great Emporium - The A Great Emporium sculpture in Singapore was created by sculptor Malcolm Koh
    A_Great_Emporium.html
  • Ho Chi Minh Bust - The Ho Chi Minh bust was created byVietnamese sculptorTran Van Lam as part of Singapore's Friends to Our Shores series
    Ho_Chi_Minh_Bust_Singapore.html
  • Jawaharlal Nehru Bust - The Jawaharlal Nehru bust was created by Indian sculptor Biman Bihari Das as part of Singapore's Friends to Our Shores series
    Jawaharlal_Nehru_Bust.html
  • Joseph Conrad plaque - The Joseph Conrad plaque is part of Singapore's Friends to Our Shores series
    Joseph_Conrad_plaque_Singapore.html
  • Let There be Peace sculpture - The Let There be Peace sculpture in Singapore by sculptor Alexandra Nechita was inspired by the 9/11 attacks in the USA
    Let_There_be_Peace_sculpture_Singapore.html
  • Lim Bo Seng Memorial - The Lim Bo Seng memorial was erected in honour of Lim Bo Seng a member of the underground resistance section of Force 136 who was tortured and killed by the Japanese during World War II
    Lim_Bo_Seng_Memorial.html
  • Living World Sculpture - The Living World sculpture outside the Singapore Art Museum was created by Ju Ming
    Living_World_Sculpture.html
  • The Merlion statue - The iconic Singapore Merlion was created by sculptor Lim Nang Seng in 1972
    The_Merlion_statue.html
  • Pedas Pedas Sculpture - The Pedas Pedas sculpture in Singapore was created by sculptor Kumari Nahappan
    Pedas_Pedas_Sculpture.html
  • Pioneering Spirit Sculpture - the Pioneering sculpture, also known as Vitality of the forerunner was created by sculptor Aw Tee Hong
    Pioneering_Spirit_Sculpture.html
  • Sarawak Carved Ceremonial Pole - The Carved Ceremonial Pole was presented by the State Government and People of Sarawak to the Government and People of Singapore on April 12th, 1991.
    Sarawak_Carved_Ceremonial_Pole.html
  • Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles statue - The white statue of Sir Stamford Raffles along the Singapore River was made of polymarble from plaster casts of the original statue.
    Sir_Thomas_Stamford_Raffles_statue.html
  • The River Merchants sculpture - The River Merchants sculpture along the Singapore River is the work of sculptor Aw Tee Hong
    The_River_Merchants_sculpture.html
  • Together sculpture Singapore - The Together sculpture by Osman bin Mohammad, which resides in Singapore's Fort Canning Park, is part of the ASEAN Sculpture Symposium collection 1988
    Together_sculpture_Singapore.html
  • Transformation sculpture -The Transformation sculpture in Singapore was designed by sculptor Tan Teng Kee
    Transformation_sculpture_Singapore.html
  • Unity sculpture - The Unity sculpture by But Muchar, which resides in Singapore's Fort Canning Park, is part of the ASEAN Sculpture Symposium collection
    Unity_sculpture_Singapore.html
  • A Visit to the Museum: Taking the Past Forward - The Visit to the Museum sculpture by Chern Lian Shan is located outside the Peranakan Museum in Singapore
    A_Visit_to_the_Museum_Taking_the_Past_Forward.html
  • Public Art In Spain - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues and monuments in Spain.
    Public_Art_In_Spain.html
  • Public Art In Barcelona - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, sculptures and monuments in Barcelona.
    Public_Art_In_Barcelona.html
  • Columbus Monument - The Christopher Columbus Monument in Barcelona was created by Rafael Atche in 1888
    Columbus_Monument.html
  • Public Art In Madrid - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, sculptures and monuments in Madrid.
    Public_Art_In_Madrid.html
  • Cervantes Monument
    Cervantes_Monument.html
  • King Philip IV statue - Italian sculptor Pietro Tacca consulted Galileo about the King Philip sculpture in order to make the rearing horse stable
    King_Philip_IV_statue.html
  • Fountain of Neptune - The Neptune fountain in Madrid, Spain was sculpted by Juan Pascual de Mena
    Fountain_of_Neptune_Madrid.html
  • Public Art of South Korea -
    Public_Art_of_South_Korea.html
  • Public Art In Sweden - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues and monuments in Sweden
    Public_Art_In_Sweden.html
  • Public Art in Lund - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues and monuments in Lund
    Public_Art_in_Lund.html
  • Public Art In Stockholm - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues and monuments in Stockholm
    Public_Art_In_Stockholm.html
  • Public Art In Switzerland - A glimpse into the good, the bad and ugly Public Art in Switzerland.
    Public_Art_In_Switzerland.html
  • Public Art In Basel - Basel is one of the most important cultural centres of Switzerland, boasting numerous theatres and museums. It also has one of the most quirkiest collection of public art in Europe
    Public_Art_In_Basel.html
  • Public Art In Geneva - A glimpse into the good, the bad and ugly Public Art in Geneva.
    Public_Art_In_Geneva.html
  • Public Art in Thailand - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues and monuments in Thailand
    Public_Art_in_Thailand.html
  • Public Art At Ko Phan - Ko Phan is a small island in Thailand that is home to the Big Buddha at Wat Phra Yai
    Public_Art_At_Ko_Phan.html
  • Big Buddha statue at Wat Phra Yai - The 12m tall Big Buddha statue is located at the Wat Phra Yai Temple in Thailand
    Big_Buddha_statue_at_Wat_Phra_Yai.html
  • Public Art in Turkey - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues and monuments in Turkey
    Public_Art_in_Turkey.html
  • Public Art in Ephesus - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues and monuments in Ephesus
    Public_Art_in_Ephesus.html
  • Winged Nike Acroterium - The statue of Nike was found at the acropolis of Pergamum and was belived to have adorned the the Asclepion.
    Winged_Nike_Acroterium.html
  • Made in the USA - Discover the history, controversies and rumors surrounding the statues, monuments and sculptures in the United States of America.
    Public_Art_in_the_USA.html
  • Public Art in Arizona - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Arizona
    Public_Art_in_Arizona.html
  • Public Art in Chandler - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Chandler, Arizona
    Public_Art_in_Chandler.html
  • Desert Passage Canopy Dreams - Desert Passage Canopy Dreams is a sculptural pedestrian walkway by artist Barbara Grygutis
    Desert_Passage_Canopy_Dreams.html
  • Atlanta From The Ashes - Public Art in Atlanta exploded, just prior to the 1996 Summer Olympics. Here is a glimpse into the history and scandals of public art in Atlanta, Georgia.
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  • Atlanta From The Ashes: Phoenix Rising - The Atlanta From The Ashes sculpture has become a popular symbol of Atlanta's rebirth.
    Atlanta_From_The_Ashes.html
  • Atlanta Police Officer Memorial : Erected in Woodruff Park, in 1980, in honor of the brave service and dedication of Atlanta Police Officers.
    Atlanta_Police_Officer_Memorial.html
  • Ballet Olympia Sculpture : The pair of bronze naked dancers carefree tossing ribbons as they look skywards up to the SunTrust building were taken from a design by Paul Manship.
    Ballet_Olympia_Sculpture.html
  • Carnegie Education Pavilion : The marble beaux-arts pavilion was created from fragments of the Carnegie Central Library facade, which was demolished in 1977.
    Carnegie_Education_Pavilion.html
  • Day The Trees Reclaim the City sculpture: The Day the Trees Reclaim the City sculpture is located outside the University of Georgia in Atlanta.
    Day_The_Trees_Reclaim_the_City_sculpture.html
  • Ellis Gibbs Arnall Statue : Ellis Gibbs Arnall (1907-1992) was said to be the "father of modern Georgia". The statue was erected in his honor in 1997 by sculptor Zenos Frudakis.
    Ellis_Gibbs_Arnall_Statue.html
  • Emerging Sculpture: Lost My Mind - The Emerging sculpture was created by Mark Smith in 1981, Atlanta, Georgia.
    Emerging_Sculpture.html
  • Equitable Building Columns :They're Back! - After the Corinthian columns were removed in the 1970's, 3 of the original columns have been returned to Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia.
    Equitable_Building_Columns.html
  • Federal Reserve Bank Eagle statue: The Federal Reserve Bank Eagle statue was at the time it was the largest bronze eagle in the United States, weighing a whopping 3,300 pounds
    Federal_Reserve_Bank_Eagle_statue.html
  • Five Points Monument: Water Mark - The Five Points monument commemorates the historic intersection where trolley tracks and an artesian water tower once stood in Atlanta, Georgia.
    Five_Points_Monument.html
  • Five Points Sculpture: More To The Point - The Five Points sculpture is a smaller version and interpretation of the Five Points monument located at the famous intersection in Atlanta, Georgia.
    Five_Points_Sculpture.html
  • Grand Mercy Sculpture :
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  • Henry W Grady Monument: New South - The Henry W Grady Monument was erected in honor of Atlanta’s famous “New South” newspaper editor.
    Henry_W_Grady_Monument.html
  • Herman Eugene Talmadge statue : Created by sculptor, James Killan Spratt, the life size bronze of Herman Eugene Talmadge standis with his right hand extended out.
    Herman_Eugene_Talmadge_statue.html
  • Jimmy Carter Statue : Gone Fishing - The Jimmy Carter statue was created by Frederick Hart in 1994 and resides on the grounds of the Georgia State Capitol.
    Jimmy_Carter_Statue.html
  • John Brown Gordon Statue : The statue of General John B Gordon was carved by well known sculptor, Solon Borglum, in 1907.
    John_Brown_Gordon_Statue.html
  • John Pemberton Statue: The 800 pound bronze John Pemberton statue, the Atlanta pharmacist who invented Coke in 1886, is located outside the World of Coke Museum.
    John_Pemberton_Statue.html
  • Joseph Emerson Brown Monument: The Joseph Emerson Brown Monument was erected in 1928 in honour of fiery Georgian Governor.
    Joseph_Emerson_Brown_Monument.html
  • Liberty Bell Replica, Atlanta: For Your Independence - The Liberty Bell Replica Atlanta was one of 55 full sized Liberty Bell Replicas cast and given as gifts .
    Liberty_Bell_Replica,_Atlanta.html
  • Little Sisters of Liberty statue : One of 200 Little Sisters of liberty statues donated to State around America between 1949 to 1951 by the Boy Scouts of America.
    Little_Sisters_of_Liberty_statue.html
  • Margaret Mitchell Fountain : Sad, but true, the Margaret Mitchell fountain is one of the only pieces of public art dedicated to the well known author.
    Margaret_Mitchell_Fountain.html
  • Miss Freedom Statue: Mystery Women - Nobody knows anything about the Miss Freedom Statue which adorns the Atlanta State Capitol building.
    Miss_Freedom_Statue.html
  • The New Endings fountain: The New Endings fountain, created by Diane Solomon Kempler, marks the site of Atlanta’s first public water supply.
    New_Endings_Fountain.html
  • Richard Russell Statue : The 13ft bronze statue of Richard Brevard Russell Jr is the largest statue on the Capitol grounds. It was created by sculptor William Joseph Thompson in 1975.
    Richard_Russell_Statue.html
  • Samuel Spencer Monument : The Samuel Spencer Monument was erected in honor of the first president of the Southern railway, who died in tragic circumstances.
    Samuel_Spencer_Monument.html
  • S Truett Cathy Monument: Climb with Care and Confidence - The S Truett Cathy Monument marks the $10,000,000 milestone in scholarships awarded by Chick-fil-A .
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  • Table Sculpture : Right outside the University of Georgia is the Table sculpture by Steve Comier.
    Table_Sculpture.html
  • The Mahatma Statue: The Mahatma Statue depicting Mahatma Gandhi was donated to the Dr Martin Luther King National Historic Site in Atlanta in 1998.
    The_Mahatma_Statue.html
  • Thomas Edward Watson statue :Controversial Art - Watson was a US politician from Georgia who was renowned for his fiery attacks on the Roman Catholic Church, African Americans and Jews.
    Thomas_Edward_Watson_statue.html
  • Public Art in California - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in California
    Public_Art_in_California.html
  • Public art in Antioch - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Antioch
    Public_art_in_Antioch.html
  • Drop Sculpture - The Drop sculpture by Barbara Grygutis serves as a welcoming beacon to visitors of Prewett Family Park, Antioch, California
    Drop_Sculpture.html
  • Public Art in Long Beach - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Long Beach
    Public_Art_in_Long_Beach.html
  • Seagrass sculpture - The Seagrass sculpture in Long Beach was created by artist and sculptor Barbara Grygutis
    Seagrass_sculpture.html
  • Art a Mile High - The good, the bad and the downright weird Public Art in Denver.
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  • Broncho Buster Statue: The Broncho Buster Statue was completed in 1920 by sculptor Alexander Phimster Proctor.
    Broncho_Buster_Statue.html
  • Civil War Monument: Where There's Smoke - The Civil War Monument, in the grounds of Denver's State Capitol building, is steeped in controversy.
    Civil_War_Monument.html
  • Closing Era Statue : Fortnightly Club to the Rescue - A group commissioned the Closing Era Statue as a perfect addition the State's exhibit at the 1893 World's Fair Exposition in Chicago.
    Closing_Era_Statue.html
  • Colorado Veterans Monument : Designed by Robert Koot and Richard Farley the Colorado Veterans Monument was the idea of Tim Drago
    Colorado_Veterans_Monument.html
  • Denver Moo Means the World To Us statue -Charitable Cows : Denver Moo Means the World To Us statue is part of a "the world's largest public art event" run by CowParade.
    Denver_Moo_Means_the_World_To_Us_statue.html
  • Enduring Navajo Sculpture: Indian Stance - The Enduring Navajo sculpture was sculpted by well renown Western contemporary artist Martha Pettigrew.
    Enduring_Navajo_Sculpture.html
  • Gossip Sculpture: Over The Garden Fence - The bronze, Gossip sculpture, was sculpted by well renown Western contemporary artist Martha Pettigrew.
    Gossip_Sculpture.html
  • Joe P Martinez Memorial: The Joe P Martinez Memorial was erect in honor of a young soldier who recieved the military's highest award, the Congressional Medal of Honor, in World War II.
    Joe_P_Martinez_Memorial.html
  • Kenneth MacKenzie MacIntosh Memorial: Mr Denver - The Kenneth MacKenzie MacIntosh Memorial was erected in honor of Denver City councilman who dedicated most of his life to serving the city.
    Kenneth_MacKenzie_MacIntosh_Memorial.html
  • The Liberty Bell Replica Denver: Save for Your Independence - The Liberty Bell Replica Denver was one of 55 full sized Liberty Bell Replicas cast and given as gifts .
    Liberty_Bell_Replica_Denver.html
  • Mile Hi Sertoma Club Plaque : The Mile Hi Sertoma Club Plaque can be found on the corner of Broadway and Tremont St (Sertoma Square), Denver, in a rebuilt rock planter.
    Mile_Hi_Sertoma_Club_Plaque.html
  • National Western Statue : Honoring Cowboys - The National Western Statue was commissioned by the National Western Stock Show (the largest livestock exhibition in the world) in celebration of their 100th anniversary.
    National_Western_Statue.html
  • On the War Trail Sculpture: On Top of the World - The 12 foot copper Old Prospector Statue was once perched on top of the 7 storey Mining Exchange building in Denver.
    Old_Prospector_Statue.html
  • On the War Trail Sculpture: War Path - On the War Trail sculpture was created by sculptor Alexander Phimster Proctor in the early 1920's for the Denver Civic Center.
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  • Pioneer Monument Fountain : Controversy surrounds the Pioneer Monument Fountain, instead of a bronze Indian on top of the fountain outraged citizens of Denver demanded Kit Carson.
    Pioneer_Monument_Fountain.html
  • Plumb Bob In Janus Head : Two Faced - Plumb Bob In Janus Head features two heads, one facing west, the other facing east.
    Plumb_Bob_In_Janus_Head.html
  • Richard Pinhorn Memorial: Please Be Seated - The Richard Pinhorn Memorial was erected in 1924 in honor of the owner of Denver's world famous Manhattan Restaurant .
    Richard_Pinhorn_Memorial.html
  • Sadie M Likens Memorial - When Life Deals You Lemons :The Sadie M Likens Memorial was built in honour of a Colorado woman who gave tirelessly to her community and country despite her tragic past.
    Sadie_M_Likens_Memorial.html
  • Seal Pond : The Seal Pond, which is part of Voorhies Memorial , features two bronze sea lion sculptures by Robert Garrison.
    Seal_Pond.html
  • Ten Commandment monument: Holy Controversy - A group challenged the right for the Ten Commandment monument to be in Denver's city park.
    Ten_Commandment_monument.html
  • Untitled: In the Steel of Night - The two untitled sculptures in Civic Center Park, Denver, were created by sculptor and artist Robert Mangold in 1975.
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  • Public Art In Florida
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  • Public Art in Inverness
    Public_art_in_Inverness.html
  • Turtle Bench is located in Liberty Park, Inverness and is a concrete design by well known sculptor T.J.Neil
    Turtle_Bench.html
  • Public Art in Massachusetts - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Massachusetts.
    Public_Art_in_Massachusetts.html
  • Public Art In Boston - Discover the history and controversies surrounding the statues, memorials, monuments and sculptures in Boston, Massachusetts
    Public_Art_In_Boston.html
  • Anne Hutchinson Statue - The bronze statue of Puritan Anne Hutchinson in Boston was created by sculptor Cyrus Edwin Dallin
    Anne_Hutchinson_Statue.html
  • Alexander Hamilton statue -
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  • Benjamin Franklin statue - The statue of Benjamin Franklin in Boston was created by sculptor Richard Saltonstall Greenough
    Benjamin_Franklin_statue.html
  • Boston Massacre Monument - The Boston Massacre Monument was erected in honor of the 5 men who died in an incident between the British Redcoats and five Bostonian civilians
    Boston_Massacre_Monument.html
  • Charles Devens Statue - The bronze statue of General Devens was created by sculptor Olin Levi Warner
    Charles_Devens_Statue.html
  • Charles Sumner statue - The commission for the Charles Sumner statue in Boston was originally won by Anne Whitney but disqualified her because she was a woman
    Charles_Sumner_statue.html
  • Edward Everett Hale statue - The statue of Edward Everett Hale in Boston was created by sculptor Edward Everett Hale
    Edward_Everett_Hale_statue.html
  • John Boyle O'Reilly statue - The Boston memorial in honor of John Boyle O'Reilly was created by sculptor Daniel Chester French
    John_Boyle_O'Reilly_statue.html
  • Kosciuszko Statue - The statue of Tadeusz Kosciuszko in Boston was sculpted by artist Theo Alice Ruggles Kitson
    Kosciuszko_Statue.html
  • Robert Burns statue Boston - The Robert Burns statue in Boston was created by sculptor Henry Hudson Kitson
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  • The Goal statue - The statue of Bobby Orr flying through the air after scoring the winning goal in 1970 to claim the Stanley cup was designed by Harry Weber
    The_Goal_statue.html
  • Thomas Cass statue - The statue of Civil War volunteer Colonel Cass was created by sculptor Richard Edwin Brooks
    Thomas_Cass_statue.html
  • William Lloyd Garrison Memorial - TheWilliam Lloyd Garrison Memorial was created by sculptor Olin Levi Warner
    William_Lloyd_Garrison_Memorial.html
  • Gloucester Fisherman's Memorial - The Man At the Wheel statue by Leonard Craske was erected to commemorate Gloucester's 300th anniversary and also as a memorial to the thousands of local fisherman who lost their lives at sea.
    Gloucester_Fisherman's_Memorial.html
  • Public Art In Salem - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Salem.
    Public_Art_In_Salem.html
  • Nathaniel Hawthorne statue - The statue of Nathaniel Hawthorne, the author of the Scarlet Letter was created by sculptor Bela Pratt
    Nathaniel_Hawthorne_statue.html
  • Stainless Taper sculpture -The Stainess Taper sculpture was sculpted by artist Rob Lorenson
    Stainless_Taper_sculpture.html
  • Public Art in Baltimore -There is a very good reason why Baltimore is called Monument City, there is public art everywhere. It also has a few controversies or two.
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  • Armistead Monument at Fort McHenry - The Armistead Monument was created by sculptor Edward berge in honor of Lieutenant Colonel George Armistead who fought off the British and ordered the large "Star Spangled Banner" to be made.
    Armistead_Monument_at_Fort_McHenry.html
  • Angel of Truth by Capellano - The Angel of Truth sculpture on the exterior of the First Unitarian Church in Baltimore was by Italian sculptor Antonio Capellano
    Angel_of_Truth_by_Capellano.html
  • Babe's Dream statue - The Babe Ruth statue outside Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore was by sculptor Susan Luery
    Babe's_Dream_statue.html
  • Baltimore Battle Monument - The Battle Monument commemorates the Battle of Baltimore , when the British Fleet attempted to take Fort McHenry in 1814.
    Baltimore_Battle_Monument.html
  • Birth of Venus sculpture - The bronze abstract sculpture Birth of Venus in Baltimore is by sculptor Jonathon Silverman
    Birth_of_Venus_sculpture.html
  • Brooks Robinson statue - The Brooks Robinson statue outside the Camden Yards Baseball stadium in Baltimore was created by sculptor Joseph Sheppard
    Brooks_Robinson_statue.html
  • Cecilius Calvert statue - The sculpture of the first Proprietor and Proprietary Governor of the Province of Maryland and stands outside the courthouse in baltimore was created by sculptor Albert Weinert
    Cecilius_Calvert_statue.html
  • Baltimore's Colombus Obelisk - The Colombus Obelisk in Baltimore was erected in 1792 and is the first monument in the world dedicated to the great explorer Christopher Colombus
    Baltimore's_Colombus_Obelisk.html
  • Druid Hill Park Colombus Statue - The colombus statue at Druid Park in Baltimore was by sculptor Mauro Bigarani
    Druid_Hill_Park_Colombus_Statue.html
  • Diamond II-III sculpture - The Diamond # II-III sculpture by Antoni Milkowski was erected in Baltimore in 1969
    Diamond_II-III_sculpture.html
  • Double Gamut sculpture - The Double Gamut sculpture on the exterior of a carpark in Baltimore was created by sculptors Linda De Palma and Paul Daniel
    Double_Gamut_sculpture.html
  • Easy Landing sculpture in Baltimore -
    Easy_Landing_sculpture_in_Baltimore.html
  • Edgar Allan Poe statue - Baltimore's Edgar Allan Poe statue by Moses Jacob Ezekiel suffered a series of unfortunate events before it ever made it to the shores of America
    Edgar_Allan_Poe_statue.html
  • Family of Dolphins sculpture - The Dolphin fountain in Baltimore by artist Leonard Streckfus features a pod of scrap metal dolphins frolicking in a large pool.
    Family_of_Dolphins_sculpture.html
  • Force by Antoine Louis Barye - In 1885 William Walters commissioned from Barbedienne Foundry for the city of Baltimore five sculptures by Antoine Louis Barye, they were Force, Order, War , Peace and Seated Lion.
    Force_by_Antoine_Louis_Barye.html
  • Frank Zappa bust - The Zappa bust in Baltimore was donated by Zappa fans from Lithuania
    Frank_Zappa_bust.html
  • Francis Scott Key monument at Fort McHenry - The monument to Francis Scott Key, the man who penned the Star Spangled Banner, depicts the Greek mythological hero Orpheus
    Francis_Scott_Key_monument_at_Fort_McHenry.html
  • George Armistead Monument at Federal Hill - The monument to Lieutenant Colonel George Armistead, who successfully commanded and defended Fort McHenry in the 1812 War , stands on Federal hill overlooking the city of Baltimore
    George_Armistead_Monument_at_Federal_Hill.html
  • James Cardinal Gibbons statue - The bronze statue of James Cardinal Gibbons statue which stands outside the Basilica of the Assumption in Baltimore was by sculptor Betti Richard
    James_Cardinal_Gibbons_statue.html
  • Mayor Thomas D’Alesandro Jr Memorial - The Mayor Thomas D’Alesandro Jr Memorial in Baltimore was created by sculptor Lloyd Lillie in 1986
    Mayor_Thomas_D'Alesandro_Jr_Memorial.html
  • Male/Female sculpture - The Male/Female sculpture by Jonathon Borofsky that stands outside the Pennsylvania Railway Station is Baltimore's most controverial public art
    Male_Female_sculpture.html
  • Mercury and Commerce sculpture - The granite Mercury and Commerce sculpture on the exterior of the B&O Railway Company building in Baltimore was created by sculptor John Evans in 1906
    Mercury_and_Commerce_sculpture.html
  • Peace by Antoine-Louis Barye - In 1885 William Walters commissioned from Barbedienne Foundry for the city of Baltimore five sculptures by Antoine Louis Barye, they were Force, Order, War , Peace and Seated Lion.
    Peace_by_Antoine-Louis_Barye.html
  • Pope John Paul II Monument - The memorial to Pope John Paul Monument located in the Baltimore Prayer Garden was created by sculptor Joseph Sheppard
    Pope_John_Paul_II_Monument.html
  • Order by Antoine-Louis Barye - In 1885 William Walters commissioned from Barbedienne Foundry for the city of Baltimore five sculptures by Antoine Louis Barye, they were Force, Order, War , Peace and Seated Lion.
    Order_by_Antoine-Louis_Barye.html
  • Samuel Smith monument - The statue of Major General Samuel Smith that stands on top of Federal Hill in Baltimore was by sculptor Hans Schuler
    Samuel_Smith_monument.html
  • Baltimore's Seated Lion sculpture - The Baltimore Seated Lion is a copy of French sculptor Antoine-Louis Barye's1846 original that stood in the Tuileries Gardens in Paris, France.
    Baltimore's_Seated_Lion_sculpture.html
  • Red Buoyant sculpture - The abstract Red Buoyant sculpture by Mary Ann Mears is located in Baltimore's inner harbor
    Red_Buoyant_sculpture.html
  • Title Tanks - The Title Tanks consist of three Westway Terminal Co. molasses storage tanks featuring black and white iconic photographs of Baltimore's favourite sport's stars, Michael Phelps, Cal Ripken Jr and Ray Lewis in action.
    Title_Tanks.html
  • Triaxial Link sculpture - The Triaxial Link group by William Niebauer located outside Baltimore's visitors center consists of three concrete geometric fragments that together make up a circle.
    Triaxial_Link_sculpture.html
  • Under Sky/One Family sculpture - baltimore's Under Sky/ One Family sculpture by Mark di Suvero was inspired by an old Chinese saying and a line from a Martin Luther King speech
    Under_Sky_One_Family_sculpture.html
  • Baltimore's Washington Monument - The statue of George Washington atop Washington Monument in Baltimore depicts the First President of the United States in a Roman toga
    Baltimore's_Washington_Monument.html
  • Public Art in New York - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in NewYork.
    Public_Art_in_New_York.html
  • Public Art in New York City - Discover the history, controversies and rumors surrounding the statues, monuments and sculptures in New York City
    Public_Art_in_New_York_City.html
  • Public Art on Staten Island - Staten Island is home to one of the most famous pieces of public art in the world, the Statue of Liberty
    Public_Art_on_Staten_Island.html
  • Public Art In The Bronx - Discover the history, controversies and rumors surrounding the statues, monuments and sculptures in The Bronx
    Public_Art_In_The_Bronx.html
  • Bronx River View sculpture - Public Artist Barbara Grygutis’ Bronx River View sculpture receives honors from New York’s Municipal Art Society
    Bronx_River_View_sculpture.html
  • Public Art in Manhattan - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Manhattan.
    Public_Art_in_Manhattan.html
  • Abraham Lincoln Statue New York - the Abraham Lincoln statue was created by sculptor Henry Kirke Brown
    Abraham_Lincoln_Statue_New_York.html
  • Alice In Wonderland sculpture in New York's Central Park was designed by Fernando Texidor and sculpted by Jose de Creeft
    Alice_In_Wonderland_sculpture_New_York.html
  • Statue of Alexander Hamilton
    NYC_statue_of_Alexander_Hamilton.html
  • American Merchant Mariners Memorial
    American_Merchant_Mariners_Memorial.html
  • Benjamin Franklin Statue - TheNew York statue of Benjamin Franklin was sculpted by Ernst Plassman in 1872
    Benjamin_Franklin_Statue.html
  • East Coast Memorial - The East Coast memorial in New York is dedicated to the US servicemen who lost their lives in the coastal waters of the Atlantic Ocean during World War II.
    East_Coast_Memorial.html
  • New York City Columbus Monument- The Columbus Monument by sculptor Gaetano Russo was erected in 1892 to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Christopher Columbus' coming ashore in the Americas.
    NYC_Columbus_Monument.html
  • Charging Bull sculpture - The iconic Charging Bull sculpture near Wall Street
    Charging_Bull_sculpture_Wall_Street.html
  • Double Check statue
    Double_Check_statue.html
  • Father Duffy Statue - The statue of father Duffy in Times Square was sculpted by Charles Keck in 1937
    Father_Duffy_Statue.html
  • The Falconer sculpture
    The_Falconer_sculpture.html
  • FDNY Memorial Wall - The New York Fire Department wall memorial is located outside Ladder 10 across from the World Trade Center
    FDNY_Memorial_Wall.html
  • George M Cohan statue - The statue of famed playwright George M Cohan was sculpted by Georg John Lober
    George_M_Cohan_statue.html
  • George Washington Statue New york - Tthe statue of George Washington is the oldest sculpture in the New York City Parks collection.
    George_Washington_Statue_New_york.html
  • George Washington Statue - The statue of the first president of the United statues can be found outside Federal Hall in New York City where he was sworn in.
    Federal_Hall_George_Washington_Statue.html
  • Gran Elefandret sculpture - The elephant balancing on its trunk found in Union Square was created by Spanish artist Miquel Barcelo and is part of the Arts in the Parks program
    Gran_Elefandret_sculpture.html
  • The Immigrants sculpture - The bronze figural title The Immigrants was sculpted by artist Luis Sanguino
    The_Immigrants_sculpture.html
  • Jose Bonifacio de Andrada e Silva statue - The statute of Andrada was sculpted by Brazilian sculptor Jose Otavio Correia Lima in 1955
    Jose_Bonifacio_de_Andrada_e_Silva_statue.html
  • King Jagiello Monument - The monument to Jagiello, King of Poland, located in Central Park , New York City was the work of sculptor Stanisław K. Ostrowski (1879-1947)
    King_Jagiello_Monument.html
  • Maine Monument
    Maine_Monument.html
  • New York Needle - The New York's Cleopatra's Needle is one of a pair of Ancient Egyptian obelisks, the other being in London
    New_York_Needle.html
  • 9/11 Memorial Fountains - The two 9/11 memorial water fountains replace the two towers of the World Trade Center which were destroyed during the terorist attacks of September 11th, 2001
    Reflecting_Absence_Memorial.html
  • Statue of Liberty - The Statue of Liberty is one of the most iconic pieces of public art in history. Designed by Federic Auguste Bartholdi as a gift from France to America.
    The_Statue_of_Liberty.html
  • Liberty in New York Harbour - Article written in 1904 about the unveiling of the Statue of Liberty by John Lea
    Liberty_in_New_York_Harbour.html
  • Trump International Hotel & Tower Globe - The famous steel globe outside Columbus Circle in New York City was created by sculptor Kim Brandell
    Trump_International_Hotel_&_Tower_Globe.html
  • Tornado sculpture - The Tornado sculpture was part of New York City's Arts in the Parks program and was on display from 20th of September, 2011 - 19th February, 2012
    Tornado_sculpture.html
  • The Sphere by Fritz Koenig
    The_Sphere_by_Fritz_Koenig.html
  • Washington Square Arch
    Washington_Square_Arch.html
  • William Church Osborn Gates - The newly restored gates by Paul Manship at the entrance to the Ancient Playground in New York City , were built in honor of William Church Osborn
    William_Church_Osborn_Gates.html
  • Public Art in North Carolina - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in North Carolina
    Public_Art_in_North_Carolina.html
  • Public Art in Cary - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Cary, North Carolina
    Public_Art_in_Cary.html
  • Imaginary Garden - The award winning Imaginary Garden project was created by artist Barbara Grygutis
    Imaginary_Garden.html
  • Public Art in Ohio - Discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Ohio
    Public_Art_in_Ohio.html
  • Public Art In Cincinnati - Cin City public art, discover the history, controversies and rumors about the statues, monuments and sculptures in Cincinnati
    Public_Art_In_Cincinnati.html
  • Tyler Davidson fountain - The Tyler Davidson fountain which is also known as The Genius of Water was designed by Ferdinand von Miller and his sons
    Tyler_Davidson_fountain.html
  • Public Art In Washington DC - Public Art in Washington DC - Washington DC has public art where ever you look, from Presidents to the bald eagle.
    Public_Art_In_Washington_DC.html
  • Admiral Farragut Monument - The Admiral Farragut Monument in Washington DC was by sculptor Vinnie Ream Hoxie, the first and youngest female artist to receive a commission from the United States government for a statue.
    Admiral_Farragut_Monument.html
  • A.Philip Randolph statue - The statue of civil rights leader A.Philip Randolph in Washington DC Union station is by sculptor Ed Dwight
    A.Philip_Randolph_statue.html
  • Memorial to Alexander Hamilton The Alexander Hamilton statue in Washington DC is by sculptor James Earle Fraser
    Memorial_to_Alexander_Hamilton.html
  • American Legion Freedom Bell - The Washington DC Liberty Bell was dedicated to the spirit of the Bicentennial on behalf of the children of our nation
    American_Legion_Freedom_Bell.html
  • Boy Scout Memorial - The Boy Scout Memorial by Donald deLue was erected in Washington DC in 1964
    Boy_Scout_Memorial.html
  • Statue of Benjamin Franklin - The Benjamin Franklin statue by sculptor Jacques Jouvenal is located in front of the Old Post Office Pavilion in Washington DC
    Statue_of_Benjamin_Franklin.html
  • The Bex Eagle sculpture - The Bex Eagle sculpture in Washington DC was by sculptor Lorenzo Ghiglieri in commemoration of the bicentennial of America's national symbol, the bald eagle.
    The_Bex_Eagle_sculpture.html
  • Continuum sculpture - The Continuum sculpture outside the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC,was created by sculptor Charles O. Perry in 1976.
    Continuum_sculpture.html
  • The Einstein Memorial - The Albert Einstein Memorial in Washington DC was created by sculptor Robert Berks in honor of the centennial of the great scientist's birth
    The_Einstein_Memorial.html
  • FDR Memorial - The original Franklin D Roosevelt Memorial in Washington DC is a simple marble block with the words In Memory of Franklin Delano Roosevelt 1882-1945
    FDR_Memorial.html
  • First Division Monument - The First Division Monument in Washington DC commemorates those who died while serving in the 1st Infantry Division of the U. S. Army during World War I
    First_Division_Monument.html
  • Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial -
    Franklin_Delano_Roosevelt_Memorial.html
  • George Gordon Meade statue - The george Gordon Meade sculpture in Washington DC was created by sculptor Charles A Grafy
    George_Gordon_Meade_statue.html
  • General William Tecumseh Sherman statue - The Sheman statue in Washington DC is by sculptor Carl Rohl-Smith
    General_William_Tecumseh_Sherman_statue.html
  • General Casimir Pulaski statue - The Pulaski statue in Washington DC is by sculptor Kazimierz Chodzinski
    General_Casimir_Pulaski_statue.html
  • Public Art in Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden
    Public_Art_in_Hirshhorn_Sculpture_Garden.html
  • James A. Garfield Monument - The statue of President Garfield in Washington DC was by sculptor John Quincy Adams Ward
    James_A._Garfield_Monument.html
  • John J. Pershing General of the Armies sculpture - The John J Pershing memorial in Washington DC was created by sculptor Robert White in a tribute to the only person, while still alive, to rise to the highest rank ever held in the United States
    John_J._Pershing_General_of_the_Armies_sculpture.html
  • Washington Korean War Veterans Memorial
    Washington_Korean_War_Veterans_Memorial.html
  • Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC - The statue of Abe Lincoln by Daniel Chester French is located in the Doric Temple at the West End of National Mall, Washington, D.C., USA.
    Lincoln_Memorial_in_Washington_DC.html
  • The Lone Sailor statue - The bronze Lone Sailor statue by Stanley Bleifeld is part of the United States Navy Memorial in Washington DC as a tribute to all who served in the US naval services since 1775.
    The_Lone_Sailor_statue.html
  • Martin Luther King Jr Memorial - The white marble Martin Luther King Jr Memorial in Washington DC was created by Lei Yixin
    Martin_Luther_King_Jr_Memorial.html
  • Washington Peace Monument - The Peace Monument in Washington DC was by sculptor Franklin Simmons in honor of the naval men who lost their lives at sea during the American Civil War .
    Washington_Peace_Monument.html
  • Washington Statue of Freedom - The statue of Freedom atop the Washington DC Capitol building was created by sculptor Thomas Crawford
    Washington_Statue_of_Freedom.html
  • Sir William Blackstone statue - The Blackstone statue by Paul Wayland Bartlett in Washington DC was originally intended for London
    Sir_William_Blackstone_statue.html
  • The Stephenson Grand Army of the Republic Memorial - The memorial to Dr. Benjamin F. Stephenson in Washington DC was created by sculptor John Massey Rhind in 1909
    The_Stephenson_Grand_Army_of_the_Republic_Memorial.html
  • Temperance Fountain - The Temperance Fountain in Washington DC was erected to encourage people to quench their thirst with ice cold water rather than alcohol and was commissioned by dentist Henry D. Cogswell.
    Temperance_Fountain.html
  • The Past sculpture -
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  • The Future sculpture -
    The_Future_sculpture.html
  • Ulysses S. Grant Memorial - The Ulysses S. Grant Memorial in Washington DC was created by sculptor Henry Merwin Schrady in honour of American Civil War general and 18th President of the United States
    Ulysses_S._Grant_Memorial.html
  • Winfield Scott Hancock statue - The equestrian statue of Winfield Scott Hancock in Washington DC was by sculptor Henry Jackson Ellicott
    Winfield_Scott_Hancock_statue.html
  • Public Art Sculptors and Artists : A comprehensive list of public art sculptors and artists from around the world
    Public_Art_Sculptors_and_Artists.html
  • Edward Hodges Baily will be best remembered for his statue of Nelson at the top of Nelson's column in Trafalgar Square..
    Edward_Hodges_Baily.html
  • Reinhold Begas
    Reinhold_Begas.html
  • Sir Joseph Edgar Boehm will be best remembered for his Jubilee head design of Queen Victoria on British coins.
    Sir_Joseph_Edgar_Boehm.html
  • Sir Thomas Brock most famous work is the memorial to Queen Victoria which stands outside Buckingham Palace.
    Sir_Thomas_Brock.html
  • Marie-Anne Collot created the head of Peter the Great statue commissioned by Catherine the Great in 1766.
    Marie-Anne_Collot.html
  • William Robert Colton designed and sculpted the Matthew Flinders statue in Sydney, Australia
    William_Robert_Colton.html
  • Pierce Francis Connelly
    Pierce_Francis_Connelly.html
  • Peter Corlett sculptor - Peter Corlett is an Australian sculptor noted for his bronze statues of famous Australian identities
    Peter_Corlett_sculptor.html
  • John Cornwall
    John_Cornwall.html
  • Friedrich Drake
    Friedrich_Drake.html
  • Etienne Maurice Falconet was a French sculptor best known for his statue of Peter The Great.
    Etienne_Maurice_Falconet.html
  • John Henry Foley -
    John_Henry_Foley.html
  • Giovanni Fontana
    Giovanni_Fontana.html
  • Emmanuel Fremiet: Animal Perfectionist - Emmanuel Fremiet was so particular about detail in his sculptures he would often re-cast them. The Jeanne d'Arc statue being a good example.
    Emmanuel_Fremiet.html
  • Barbara Grygutis - Barbara Grygutis is an awarding winning sculptor who has been commissioned to create over 70 works of large-scale public art in locations across the United States and beyond.
    Barbara_Grygutis.html
  • John Hughes
    John_Hughes.html
  • Nelson Illingworth was one of several sculptors who carved the statues on Sydney's Land's Department building
    Nelson_Illingworth.html
  • Peter Clodt von Jurgensburg
    Peter_Clodt_von_Jurgensburg.html
  • Mary Knott -
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  • Robert Kraus -
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  • WP MacIntosh
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  • Sir Edgar Bertram Mackennal
    Sir_Edgar_Bertram_Mackennal.html
  • Justin Robson -
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  • Tommaso Sani was one of several sculptors who carved the statues on Sydney's Lands Department building
    Tommaso_Sani.html
  • Johann Gottfried Schadow
    Johann_Gottfried_Schadow.html
  • Richard Serra
    Richard_Serra.html
  • Alexander Sherrif was one of several sculptors who carved the statues on Sydney's Land's Department building
    Alexander_Sherrif.html
  • Rudolf Siemering
    Rudolf_Siemering.html
  • Achille Simonetti - Achille Simonetti (1838-1900) was born in Rome
    Achille_Simonetti.html
  • William Theed the Younger
    William_Theed_the_Younger.html
  • Stephen Walker
    Stephen_Walker.html
  • James White was one of several sculptors who carved the statues on Sydney's Land's Department building
    James_White.html
  • Francis John Williamson
    Francis_John_Williamson.html

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