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List of public art in Merton

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

Image Title Location Date Sculptor Source
Kingfisher Over exit from Garth Road Recycling Depot as at March 2012
Fred Perry All-England Club, Wimbledon
Emperor Haile Selassie Cannizaro Park Wimbledon 1936 Hilda Seligman
Wimbledon War Memorial Parkside, Wimbledon 1920s
Mitcham War Memorial Lower Green West, Mitcham 1920s [1]
Deer Outside Wimbledon station 2012 Isabelle Southwood [2]
Laetitia and globe On roof of New Wimbledon Theatre 1910 (removed for safety in war 1939; reinstated 1991) [3]
William Shakespeare and John Milton busts Outside Wimbledon Library 1886 [4]
Lion and unicorn Entrance to King George's Field, Tudor Drive, Lower Morden 1940s

References

  1. ^ Mitcham War Memorial Merton Historical Photos
  2. ^ Stag Sculpture, Wimbledon Station
  3. ^ HIstory of New Wimbledon Theatre
  4. ^ Wimbledon Library
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