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List of public art in Enfield

This is a list of public art in the London Borough of Enfield.

Cockfosters

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
Cockfosters War Memorial Junction of Chalk Lane and Cockfosters Road, Cockfosters 1920s [1]

Edmonton

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
Gilpin's Bell Fore Street, Edmonton December, 1996 Angela Godfrey [2]
Monty the metal horse Chad Crescent, Edmonton 2004 Iain Nutting [3]
Mosaic of Marie Lloyd Edmonton Green Shopping Centre, Entrance to the Market Square 2010 Pupils of St Edmunds RC Primary School [4]
Portrait plaque of Charles Lamb Community House, 313 Fore Street, Edmonton 1898 George Frampton [5]
Portrait plaque of John Keats Community House, 313 Fore Street, Edmonton 1898 George Frampton [6]
Sculpture on exterior wall St Mary's Church Centre, Lawrence Road, N18 c..1970
Edmonton War Memorial Edmonton Green Roundabout, near the station 1920s [7]

Enfield

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
The Millennium Fountain River Walk, Enfield Town 2000 Wendy Taylor [8]
Statue above drinking fountain Church Street, Enfield Town 1884 [9]
Piper The lake terrace, Myddelton House Gardens, Bulls Cross, Enfield recarved c..2008 (original was stolen) [10]

[11]

Young boy holding apron with puppies The lake terrace, Myddelton House Gardens, Bulls Cross, Enfield 19th century Flemish [12]
Sundial The lawn, Myddelton House Gardens, Bulls Cross, Enfield Pedestal early 1700s, sundial replaced in 2010 [13]
Enfield War Memorial Chase Green, Enfield 1920s [14]
Arctic Campaign Memorial Silver Street, Enfield November 2003 [15]

Palmers Green

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
Palmers Green War Memorial Broomfield Park, Palmers Green 1929 [16]

Trent Park

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
Sphinx (north) Steps at east end of terrace, Trent Park House, Trent Park, Enfield c..1700 John Nost see below
Sphinx (south) Steps at east end of terrace, Trent Park House, Trent Park, Enfield c..1700 John Nost [17]

[18]

Stone Urn 120m north west of Trent Park House, Trent Park, Enfield Early mid-18th century [19]

[20]

'Time and Opportunity' or 'Peace embracing Time' North west end of terrace, Trent Park House, Trent Park, Enfield early 18th century [21]
Samson Slaying a Philistine North west of terrace, Trent Park House, Trent Park, Enfield 18th century Possibly John Cheere after Giambologna [22] [23]
Hercules and Antaeus North east of terrace, Trent Park House, Trent Park, Enfield 18th century Possibly John Cheere after Giambologna see above, and [24]
Actaeon Left of main entrance to Trent Park House, Trent Park, Enfield c..1700 [25]
Artemis / Venus Right of main entrance to Trent Park House, Trent Park, Enfield c..1700 [26] [27]
West side of Moat Wood, Trent Park, Enfield c..1733 [28]
Memorial column with inscription: " To the memory of Iemima Crewe, Duchess of Kent". East end of The Avenue, Trent Park, Enfield Early 18th century [29]
Short Obelisk, with inscription "To the memory of Henry, Duke of Kent" West end of the avenue, Trent Park, Enfield Early 18th century [30]
Wooden Sculpture South of footpath from Cockfosters Road to Trent Park House, Trent Park, Enfield 2011 Friedel Buecking [31]

References

  1. ^ Cockfosters War Memorial Traces of War. Accessed 4 August 2014.
  2. ^ Gilpin's Bell:London Gardens Online Accessed 8 December 2011
  3. ^ p11 Monty Metal Horse:123People Accessed 15 August 2011
  4. ^ Marie Lloyd Mosaic: Enfield Independent Accessed 15 August 2011
  5. ^ Charles Lamb Plaque: Passmore Edwards Website Accessed 15 August 2011
  6. ^ John Keats Plaque: Passmore Edwards Website Accessed 15 August 2011
  7. ^ War Memorial Edmonton Green Traces of World War One. Accessed 4 August 2014.
  8. ^ Millennium Fountain Sundial: Millennium Fountain: Debretts Authorised Biography Accessed 15 August 2011
  9. ^ Enfield Town Drinking Fountain Drinking Fountain: Enfield Council Sculpture Survey Accessed 19 September 2011
  10. ^ Piper, Myddelton House: Lee Valley Regional Park Authority Accessed 16 February 2012
  11. ^ Piper statue, Myddelton House: Conservation study for Myddelton House Accessed 16 December 2011
  12. ^ Boy with puppies, Myddelton House: Conservation study for Myddelton House Accessed 16 December 2011
  13. ^ Sundial, Myddelton House: Lee Valley Regional Park Authority Accessed 16 Feb 2012
  14. ^ Remembering the Fallen North London News, 11 November 2013. Accessed 4 August 2014.
  15. ^ War Memorial to the Arctic Campaign Accessed 4 August 2014.
  16. ^ War Memorial Palmers Green Traces of War. Accessed 4 August 2014.
  17. ^ Sphinx: London Gardens Online Accessed 8 December 2011
  18. ^ Sphinx: British Listed Buildings Accessed 14 December 2011
  19. ^ Stone Urn: London Gardens Online Accessed 8 December 2011
  20. ^ Stone Urn: British Listed Buildings Accessed 14 December 2011
  21. ^ Peace and Opportunity: British Listed Buildings Accessed 14 December 2011
  22. ^ IHBC Context magazine online Accessed 27 June 2014
  23. ^ : English Heritage Accessed 27 June 2014
  24. ^ : V&A Search the Collections Accessed 28 June 2014
  25. ^ Actaeon: British Listed Buildings Accessed 8 December 2011
  26. ^ Artemis/Venus: British Listed Buildings Accessed 12 December 2011
  27. ^ Artemis/Venus: Enfield Sculpture Survey Accessed 12 December 2011
  28. ^ Obelisk: British Listed Buildings Accessed 17 February 2012
  29. ^ British Listed Buildings Accessed 5 September 2012
  30. ^ British Listed Buildings Accessed 4 September 2012
  31. ^ Enfield Independent Accessed 9 November 2012
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