As the world's eyes are on Liverpool for Eurovision 2023, we would like to highlight a selection of the incredible artworks on the city's streets. With its iconic heroes and landmarks, Liverpool has been welcoming people for generations. Take a look around and find out why the world has come to this great city.

Artists featured in this Curation: Tom Murphy (b.1949), Terry McDonald, Charles Thomas Wheeler (1892–1974), John Galizia, Michael Condron (b.1972), David Webster (b.1947), Susan Meyerhoff Sharples (b.1951), Léon-Joseph Chavalliaud (1858–1919), Edward Cronshaw (b.1959), Morris Singer Art Foundry Ltd, and 135 more
140 artworks
Billy Fury (1940–1983)
© the artist. Image credit: Merseyside Maritime Museum

Billy Fury (1940–1983) 2003

Tom Murphy (b.1949)

Bronze

Merseyside Maritime Museum

Mother and Child
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust

Mother and Child 1999

Terry McDonald

Fibreglass & resin

H 360 cm

Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust

Chance Meeting: Bessie Braddock (1899–1970)
© the artist. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Chance Meeting: Bessie Braddock (1899–1970) 2009

Tom Murphy (b.1949)

Bronze

Sea Piece
© the artist's estate. Image credit: The Port Sunlight Museum

Sea Piece 1950

Charles Thomas Wheeler (1892–1974) and John Galizia (active 1930–1984)

Bronze & marble

H 180 x W 200 x D 200 cm

The Port Sunlight Museum

Talking
© the artist. Image credit: Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Talking 2017

Michael Condron (b.1972)

Stainless steel

H 250 x W 150 x D 150 cm

Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

John Lennon (1940–1980)
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

John Lennon (1940–1980) 1997

David Webster (b.1947)

Fibreglass

H 180 cm

Fecundus
© the artist. Image credit: Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust

Fecundus

Susan Meyerhoff Sharples (b.1951)

Metal & wood

H 112 cm

Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust

André Le Nôtre (1613–1700)
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

André Le Nôtre (1613–1700) 1897

Léon-Joseph Chavalliaud (1858–1919)

Marble

H 214 cm

Chance Meeting: Ken Dodd (1927–2018), OBE
© the artist. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Chance Meeting: Ken Dodd (1927–2018), OBE 2009

Tom Murphy (b.1949)

Bronze

Charles Darwin (1809–1882)
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Charles Darwin (1809–1882) 1898

Léon-Joseph Chavalliaud (1858–1919)

Marble & granite

H 210 cm

The Great Escape
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

The Great Escape 2000

Edward Cronshaw (b.1959) and Morris Singer Art Foundry Ltd (founded 1927)

Bronze

H 457 cm

John Parkinson (1567–1650)
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

John Parkinson (1567–1650) 1897

Léon-Joseph Chavalliaud (1858–1919)

Marble

H 208 cm

Neptune
© the copyright holders. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Neptune

Edmund Charles Thompson (1898–1961) and George Thomas Capstick (1854–1964)

Portland stone

H 51 x W 127 cm

Brotherly Love
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Brotherly Love 1892

William Douglas Caröe (1857–1938) and Thomas Stirling Lee (1857–1916) and Conrad Bührer (c.1852–1937) and J. Starkie Gardner Ltd (active 1884–1976)

Bronze

Heaven and Earth
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Heaven and Earth

Andy Plant (b.1959)

Relief of the Siege of Mafeking
Image credit: The Port Sunlight Museum

Relief of the Siege of Mafeking c.1900

unknown artist

Sandstone & wood

H 75 x W 75 x D 75 cm

The Port Sunlight Museum

Yellow Submarine
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Christine Lowe / Art UK

Yellow Submarine c.1966

Arthur Johnson (c.1939–2019)

Night
© the copyright holders. Image credit: Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust

Night

Joanne Risley (b.1965) and Barry Callaghan (b.1960)

Metal

H 206 cm

Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust

The Beatles
© the artist. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

The Beatles

Andy Edwards (b.1964) and Castle Fine Arts

Bronze resin

Bacteria
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Bacteria

unknown artist

Wood & stone

H 43 x W 43 x D 43 cm

Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Day
© the copyright holders. Image credit: Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust

Day

Barry Callaghan (b.1960) and Joanne Risley (b.1965)

Metal

H 193 cm

Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust

The Defence of the Realm
Image credit: The Port Sunlight Museum

The Defence of the Realm 1921

William Goscombe John (1860–1952) and Arthur Brian Burton (1860–1933)

Bronze & granite

H 900 x W 2400 x D 2400 cm

The Port Sunlight Museum

Waiting: The Monument to the Liverpool Working Horse
© the artist. Image credit: Museum of Liverpool

Waiting: The Monument to the Liverpool Working Horse 2010 or before

Judy Boyt (b.1954)

Bronze

H 180 cm

Museum of Liverpool

The Gift
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

The Gift

Carole Beavis (b.1963)

Willow

H 200 x W 200 x D 150 cm

Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Legacy Sculpture: The Crossing
© the copyright holders. Image credit: Merseyside Maritime Museum

Legacy Sculpture: The Crossing 2001

Mark DeGraffenried (active from 1993) and Neil Hadlock (b.1944) and Taylor Hadlock and Toledo Bronzeworks (active 2001)

Bronze

Merseyside Maritime Museum

Biophilia
© the artist. Image credit: Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Biophilia 2010

Michael Condron (b.1972)

Stainless steel, resin & found objects

H 120 x W 120 x D 120 cm

Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Still Point
© Susanna Heron. All rights reserved, DACS 2023. Image credit: courtesy of Susanna Heron

Still Point 2004–2007

Susanna Heron (b.1949)

Granite & slate

W 1800 x D 1800 cm

Superlambanana (Disease)
© Vik Muniz/VAGA at ARS, NY and DACS, London 2023. Image credit: Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Superlambanana (Disease)

Vik Muniz (b.1961)

Fibreglass & glass

H 200 x W 180 x D 70 cm

Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Leverhulme Memorial
© the copyright holder. Image credit: The Port Sunlight Museum

Leverhulme Memorial 1930

William Reid Dick (1878–1961)

Granite & bronze

H 600 x W 1100 x D 1100 cm

The Port Sunlight Museum

The Beatles
© the artist. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

The Beatles 1984

John Doubleday (b.1947)

Bronze

H 180 cm

Highland Mary
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Highland Mary 1854

Benjamin Edward Spence (1822–1866)

Marble

H 165 x W 53 x D 57 cm

Pooley Gates
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Pooley Gates 1840s or 1850s

Henry Pooley & Son (active 1840s or 1850s) and John Cunningham (active 1840s or 1850s)

Cast iron

Seven Gateways to the Hamilton Square Quarter (6)
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Seven Gateways to the Hamilton Square Quarter (6) 1996–1997

CAMM Design

Steel, cedar & copper

H 390 cm

Prince Henry the Navigator (1394–1460)
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Prince Henry the Navigator (1394–1460)

Léon-Joseph Chavalliaud (1858–1919)

Bronze

H 208 cm

Captain James Cook (1728–1779)
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Captain James Cook (1728–1779)

Léon-Joseph Chavalliaud (1858–1919) and E. Gruet Jeune (active 1890s–1910)

Bronze

H 214 cm

Mother Redcap
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Mother Redcap 1996

Robbie Stocker (b.1951)

Bronze & concrete

H 150 cm

Memorial to Captain Noel Chavasse (1884–1917), VC and Bar MC (The Liverpool Heroes Memorial)
© the artist. Image credit: Samantha Browne / Art UK
Monument to the World Boy Scout Jamboree
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Monument to the World Boy Scout Jamboree 1931

Edward Carter Preston (1885–1965)

Stone

H 1500 x W 100 x D 80 cm

Woman Instructing Small Children and Man Teaching a Youth (Reliefs)
Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Woman Instructing Small Children and Man Teaching a Youth (Reliefs)

Giovanni Fontana (c.1821–1893)

Stone

H 100 x W 60 x D 10 cm

Irish Famine Memorial
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Irish Famine Memorial 1998

Eamonn O'Docherty (1939–2011)

Granite & bronze

Homeless Jesus
© the artist. Image credit: Samantha Browne / Art UK

Homeless Jesus 2019

Timothy Schmalz (b.1969)

Bronze

Ornamental Garden Bench
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Ornamental Garden Bench

unknown artist

Marble

W 274 cm

Tombs of Lord Leverhulme and His Wife
Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Tombs of Lord Leverhulme and His Wife 1905–1925

William Goscombe John (1860–1952) and William Owen (1846–1910) and Segar Owen (1874–1929)

Bronze & black marble

Penny Lane Street Sign
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Christine Lowe / Art UK

Penny Lane Street Sign 2010 & 2015

unknown artist

Paint & brick

John Cross Memorial Fountain
© the copyright holder. Image credit: June Poston / Art UK

John Cross Memorial Fountain 1912

Gilbert Fraser (1873–1957)

Limestone & bronze

Fu Dogs (Chinese Guardian Lions)
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Samantha Browne / Art UK

Fu Dogs (Chinese Guardian Lions) 2000

Zhang (active 2000)

Bronze

Seven Gateways to the Hamilton Square Quarter (2)
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Seven Gateways to the Hamilton Square Quarter (2) 1996–1997

CAMM Design

Steel, cedar & copper

H 390 cm

Children Fighting, Baby in a Pram, Children Playing Reliefs
© The estate of Sir Jacob Epstein / Tate Images. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Children Fighting, Baby in a Pram, Children Playing Reliefs 1956

Jacob Epstein (1880–1959) and Morris Singer Art Foundry Ltd (founded 1927)

Ciment Fondu

H 101 x W 183 cm

Birkenhead Park Grand Entrance Triumphal Arch
Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Birkenhead Park Grand Entrance Triumphal Arch 1845–1847

Lewis Hornblower (1823–1879) and Joseph Paxton (1803–1865) and John and William Walker (active 1845–1847)

Ashlar stone

H 1900 x W 3800 x D 1000 cm

Mercury
© the copyright holders. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Mercury

Edmund Charles Thompson (1898–1961) and George Thomas Capstick (1854–1964)

Portland stone

H 51 x W 127 cm

Piazza Waterfall (Bucket Fountain)
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Piazza Waterfall (Bucket Fountain)

Richard Huws (1902–1980) and Cammell Laird (founded 1828)

Bronze, stainless steel & black tiles

John Laird (1805–1874)
Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

John Laird (1805–1874)

R. Masefield & Co. and Albert Bruce-Joy (1842–1924)

Bronze, granite & stone

H 320 x W 110 x D 110 cm

Meditation, Eloquence, Devotion and Music
Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Meditation, Eloquence, Devotion and Music 1898

Benjamin Creswick (1853–1946)

Stone

Nelson Monument
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Nelson Monument 1813

Matthew Cotes Wyatt (1777–1862) and Richard Westmacott II (1775–1856)

Granite, Westmorland marble, iron & bronze

H 430 cm

Boer War Memorial
Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Boer War Memorial 1904

J. Whitehead & Sons Ltd (active 1880–1985)

Darley Dale stone, Sicilian marble & coated bronze

H 410 cm

The Four Seasons
Image credit: Christine Lowe / Art UK

The Four Seasons 1928

Edwin Stirling (1819–1867)

Sandstone

H 183 cm

Sentinel
© the artist. Image credit: Christine Lowe / Art UK

Sentinel 1993

Stephen Hitchin (b.1953)

Portland stone

H 214 cm

Three Angels
© the copyright holders. Image credit: June Poston / Art UK

Three Angels 1935–1936

George Herbert Tyson Smith (1883–1972) and Felix Xavier Velarde (1897–1960)

Concrete

Christopher Columbus (1451–1506)
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Christopher Columbus (1451–1506)

Léon-Joseph Chavalliaud (1858–1919) and E. Gruet Jeune (active 1890s–1910)

Bronze

H 212 cm

Aspiration
© the copyright holder. Image credit: June Poston / Art UK

Aspiration 2004

CAMM Design

Stainless steel

H 400 cm

Bill Shankly (1913–1981)
© the artist. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Bill Shankly (1913–1981) 1997

Tom Murphy (b.1949)

Bronze & granite

H 250 x W 120 cm

Reconciliation
© the artist. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Reconciliation 1990

Stephen Broadbent (b.1961) and John Varley (Iron Founders) Ltd

Cast iron

H 406 cm

John Houlding (1833–1902)
© the artist. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

John Houlding (1833–1902) 2018

Tom Murphy (b.1949)

Bronze & granite

H 180 x W 50 x D 50 cm

Memorial Clock Tower
Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Memorial Clock Tower 1911

Edmund Kirby (1838–1920)

Portland stone

H 1520 cm

Liverpool Resurgent
© The estate of Sir Jacob Epstein / Tate Images. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Liverpool Resurgent 1956

Jacob Epstein (1880–1959) and Morris Singer Art Foundry Ltd (founded 1927)

Bronze

H 540 cm

American Eagle
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

American Eagle after 2003

unknown artist

Memorial to William Poulsom (1829–1903), Councillor, Alderman and Mayor of Bootle (1880 & 1881)
Image credit: June Poston / Art UK
Heraldic Lions
Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Heraldic Lions

unknown artist

Stone

Edward VII (1841–1910)
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Edward VII (1841–1910) 1921

William Goscombe John (1860–1952) and A. B. Burton (active 1874–1939)

Bronze & granite

H 488 cm

A Case History
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

A Case History 1998

John King (active 1996–1998)

Concrete

Hugh Stowell Brown (1823–1886)
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Hugh Stowell Brown (1823–1886) 1889

Francis John Williamson (1833–1920)

White marble

H 241 cm

News Room War Memorial, Mother and Child, and Father and Child
© the copyright holders. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

News Room War Memorial, Mother and Child, and Father and Child 1924

Joseph Phillips (b.1865) and Siegfried Charoux (1896–1967) and George Herbert Tyson Smith (1883–1972)

Bronze & Portland stone

H 625 x W 430 cm

The Angel's Whisper
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

The Angel's Whisper 1863

Benjamin Edward Spence (1822–1866)

Marble

H 75 x W 84 x D 102 cm

Meridian
© the copyright holder. Image credit: June Poston / Art UK

Meridian 2004

CAMM Design

Stainless steel

H 400 cm

John Hulley (1832–1875)
© the artist. Image credit: Samantha Browne / Art UK

John Hulley (1832–1875) 2019

Tom Murphy (b.1949)

Bronze

The Steble Fountain
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

The Steble Fountain 1879

Paul Liénard (1849–1900) and W. T. Allen & Co. (active 1881–1955)

Cast iron & bronze

H 700 x W 910 x D 910 cm

George III (1738–1820)
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

George III (1738–1820) 1822

Richard Westmacott II (1775–1856)

Bronze & granite

H 305 cm

Herms Calderstone Gateposts
Image credit: Christine Lowe / Art UK

Herms Calderstone Gateposts 1928

Edwin Stirling (1819–1867)

Sandstone

H 396 cm

Ribtide
© the artist. Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Ribtide 2000

Noah Rose and Palli Kristjansson

Polished stainless steel

H 300 x W 900 cm

Replica Early Victorian Submarine
© the copyright holders. Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Replica Early Victorian Submarine 1997–2021

Curtis Painting Group and AMRC Training College Trainees at Camel Laird and Maritime and Engineering College North West Students

Iron, wood & brass

H 300 x W 1400 x D 300 cm

Two Goats
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Two Goats

Giovita Lombardi (1837–1876)

Marble

H 132 x W 83 x D 61 cm

Gerardus Mercator (1512–1594)
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Gerardus Mercator (1512–1594) 1897

Léon-Joseph Chavalliaud (1858–1919) and E. Gruet Jeune (active 1890s–1910)

Bronze

H 208 cm

From Us to You
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

From Us to You 1984

David Hughes (1936–2003)

Bronze

All Together Now
© the artist. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

All Together Now c.2013

Andy Edwards (b.1964)

Bronze

New Brighton War Memorial
Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

New Brighton War Memorial 1917

William Birnie Rhind (1853–1933) and Frank Gatley Briggs (1852–1921) and Arnold Thornely (1870–1953)

Portland stone

Duke and Duchess of York Fountain
Image credit: June Poston / Art UK

Duke and Duchess of York Fountain 1893–1894

unknown artist

Iron

Saint Christopher Carrying Christ as a Young Boy
© the artist. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Saint Christopher Carrying Christ as a Young Boy 1972

Robert Brumby (b.1934)

Resin and fibreglass with bronze finish

H 304.8 x W 609.6 cm

Tigers' Heads
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Tigers' Heads

unknown artist

Skyline
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Skyline 2007

Oliver Barratt (b.1962)

Painted steel

H 500 x W 700 x D 500 cm

Carved Doorway and Coat of Arms
Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Carved Doorway and Coat of Arms

Christopher Obee Ellison (1833–1904)

Stone

Fu Dogs (Chinese Guardian Lions)
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Samantha Browne / Art UK

Fu Dogs (Chinese Guardian Lions) 2001

Zhang (active 2000)

Bronze

Queen Victoria (1819–1901)
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Queen Victoria (1819–1901)

Charles John Allen (1862–1956) and Frederick Moore Simpson (1855–1928) and A. B. Burton (active 1874–1939) and W. Thornton and Sons

Portland stone, bronze, lead & gold mosaic

H 1830 x W 2740 x D 2740 cm

The Picton Clock
Image credit: Christine Lowe / Art UK

The Picton Clock 1884

James Allanson Picton (1805–1889)

Sandstone

Turning the Place Over
© the artist. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Turning the Place Over 2007

Richard Wilson (b.1953)

H 800 x W 800 cm

Sea Circle
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Sea Circle 1984

Charlotte Mayer (1929–2022)

Bronze

H 211 x W 310 x D 168 cm

Reliefs over the Windows and Caryatids Supporting the Portico Entablature
Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Reliefs over the Windows and Caryatids Supporting the Portico Entablature 1871

Joseph Rogerson (b.1832) and Alexander Bleakley & Son (active 1871) and James Murdoch Hay (1823–1915)

York stone

H 180 x W 120 cm

Eleanor Rigby
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Eleanor Rigby 1982

Tommy Steele (b.1936)

Bronze

H 128 x W 120 x D 96 cm

Renshaw Street Chapel Memorial
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Renshaw Street Chapel Memorial 1905

Thomas Shelmerdine (1845–1921)

Stone

Sitting Bull
© the artist. Image credit: Christine Lowe / Art UK

Sitting Bull 1984

Dhruva Mistry (b.1957)

Concrete

H 305 x W 335 x D 244 cm

The Sudley Sundial
© the copyright holders. Image credit: Christine Lowe / Art UK

The Sudley Sundial 1989

Larry Neild and David Strachan (b.1952)

Black granite & brass

H 102 cm

Peace and Harmony (The John Lennon Peace Monument)
© the copyright holders. Image credit: Samantha Browne / Art UK

Peace and Harmony (The John Lennon Peace Monument) 2010

Lauren Voiers and Lyle London

Painted metal & glass

H 549 cm

Federation House Concrete Reliefs
© the copyright holders. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Federation House Concrete Reliefs c.1965–1966

William Mitchell (1925–2020) and Gilling Dod Architects

Concrete

Memorial to the Liverpool Blitz
© the artist. Image credit: Samantha Browne / Art UK

Memorial to the Liverpool Blitz 2000

Tom Murphy (b.1949)

Bronze

Brian Epstein (1934–1967)
© the artist. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Brian Epstein (1934–1967) 2022

Andy Edwards (b.1964)

Bronze

Birkenhead War Memorial (The Cenotaph)
© the copyright holders. Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Birkenhead War Memorial (The Cenotaph)

George Herbert Tyson Smith (1883–1972) and Lionel Bailey Budden (1877–1956) and Joseph Davies (active 1965) and H. A. Clegg and Sons

Portland stone, green Westmoreland stone & Westmoreland slate

H 900 x W 600 x D 550 cm

Lighting Shaft (Monument to the Chester Tunnel)
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Lighting Shaft (Monument to the Chester Tunnel) 1933–1934

Herbert James Rowse (1887–1963) and John Stubbs & Sons (active 1933) and H. J. Lloyd (active 1933) and McAlpine & Sons (active 1933)

Reinforced concrete, ashlar, polished black granite, gilded bronze & glass

H 1830 cm

Better Together
© the artist. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Better Together 2008

Stephen Broadbent (b.1961) and Castle Fine Arts

Bronze

H 450 cm

Seven Gateways to the Hamilton Square Quarter (3)
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Seven Gateways to the Hamilton Square Quarter (3) 1996–1997

CAMM Design

Steel, cedar & copper

H 390 cm

Cilla Black (1943–2015)
© the copyright holders. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Cilla Black (1943–2015) 2017

Andy Edwards (b.1964) and Emma Rodgers (b.1974)

Bronze

H 175 x W 180 cm

Carl Gustav Jung (1875–1961) (Pool of Life)
© the copyright holders. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Carl Gustav Jung (1875–1961) (Pool of Life) 1987

Laurence Sidorczuk (b.1956) and Johnathon Drabkin

Bronze (original) & plaster painted bronze (replacement)

Johnnie Walker (1896–1944), DSO
© the artist. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Johnnie Walker (1896–1944), DSO 1998

Tom Murphy (b.1949)

Connections – Face of Liverpool
© the copyright holders. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Connections – Face of Liverpool 2006

Stephen Broadbent (b.1961) and Smiling Wolf

Steel, concrete, timber & glass

Happiness, the Greatest Gift That We Possess
© the artist. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK
Carl Linnaeus (1707–1778)
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Carl Linnaeus (1707–1778) 1897

Léon-Joseph Chavalliaud (1858–1919)

Marble

H 212 cm

William Rathbone (1787–1868)
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

William Rathbone (1787–1868) 1876

John Henry Foley (1818–1874) and Thomas Brock (1847–1922) and Cox & Son (active 1838–1881)

Sicilian marble, bronze, Cornish granite & Aberdeen granite

H 290 cm

Stones
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Stones

unknown artist

Stone

The Liverpool Cotton Association War Memorial
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

The Liverpool Cotton Association War Memorial 1922

Francis Derwent Wood (1871–1926)

Bronze

H 183 cm

The Cavern Wall of Fame
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

The Cavern Wall of Fame 1997

unknown artist

Commemoration Stone for Gabriel Coury (1896–1956), VC
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK
Seven Gateways to the Hamilton Square Quarter (5)
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Seven Gateways to the Hamilton Square Quarter (5) 1996–1997

CAMM Design

Steel, cedar & copper

H 390 cm

Henry Egerton Cotton (1929–1993)
© the artist. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Henry Egerton Cotton (1929–1993) 1998

Tom Murphy (b.1949)

Bronze

Ray + Julie
© the artists, fabrication by Andrew Brooks. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Ray + Julie 1995

Alan Dunn (b.1967) and Brigitte Jurack (b.1962) and Andrew Brooks

Mosaic by Entrance
© the artist's estate. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Mosaic by Entrance 2000

Jean Powell (1927–2019)

Ceramic tiles

Penelope
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Penelope 2002

Jorge Pardo (b.1963)

Metal

Relief Signifying Speed
© the copyright holders. Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Relief Signifying Speed 1932–1934

Herbert James Rowse (1887–1963) and Edmund Charles Thompson (1898–1961) and George Thomas Capstick (1854–1964)

Portland stone

H 600 cm

Dixie Dean (1907–1980)
© the artist. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Dixie Dean (1907–1980) 2001

Tom Murphy (b.1949)

Bronze

H 180 x W 100 cm

The Seed
© the artist. Image credit: Samantha Browne / Art UK

The Seed 2002

Stephen Broadbent (b.1961)

Cast aluminium, copper leaf & an integrated luminaire

H 120 cm

Just Wait For Me
© the artist. Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Just Wait For Me

Brigitte Jurack (b.1962) and Castle Fine Arts

Aluminium & paint

Bootle War Memorial
© the copyright holders. Image credit: June Poston / Art UK

Bootle War Memorial 1922

Hubert Ernest Bulmer (1874–1963) (attributed to) and Joseph Hermon Cawthra (1886–1971) and H. A. Clegg and Sons and Giovanni Mario Manenti (1885–1954)

Forest of Dean sandstone & bronze

H 720 cm

Edward VII (1841–1910)
Image credit: June Poston / Art UK

Edward VII (1841–1910) 1904

George Edward Wade (1853–1933) and J. W. Singer & Sons (founded 1847) and G. Woods and Son of Bootle

Bronze & stone

H 250 cm

Jet of Iada Rescue Dog
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Christine Lowe / Art UK

Jet of Iada Rescue Dog 1967

Edna Rose (1899–1981)

Bronze

Penny Lane WonderWall
© the copyright holders. Image credit: Christine Lowe / Art UK

Penny Lane WonderWall 2010 & 2015

Ian Town and Ejecto

Peter Pan
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Peter Pan

George James Frampton (1860–1928)

Bronze

H 305 x W 127 x D 127 cm

Merchant Navy War Memorial (Memorial to the Missing of the Naval Auxiliary Personnel of the Second World War)
© the copyright holders. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Merchant Navy War Memorial (Memorial to the Missing of the Naval Auxiliary Personnel of the Second World War) 1952

George Herbert Tyson Smith (1883–1972) and Stanley Harold Smith and Charles Frederick Blythin

Concrete, Portland stone, glass & bronze

Eros Fountain
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Eros Fountain 1932

Alfred Gilbert (1854–1934) and A. B. Burton (active 1874–1939)

Bronze & aluminium

H 188 cm

Tomb of William Mackenzie
Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Tomb of William Mackenzie 1868

unknown artist

Sandstone, granite & bronze

H 400 cm

Statuary and Sculptural Façade
Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Statuary and Sculptural Façade 1885–1887

Thomas Denville Barry (1815–1905)

Ashlar

Birkenhead Institute Old Boys War Memorial
© the copyright holders. Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Birkenhead Institute Old Boys War Memorial

Jim Whelan (b.1966) and David S. W. Jones (1930–2017) and Castle Fine Arts

Bronze, stone & brick

Everyman Cinema People Facade
© the copyright holders. Image credit: Martin Henderson / Art UK

Everyman Cinema People Facade 2013

Dan Kenyon (b.1965) and Haworth Tompkins

Aluminium

Medallion Relief Bust of Sir Archibald Salvidge
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Roy Barrie / Art UK

Medallion Relief Bust of Sir Archibald Salvidge 1950–1951

Edward Carter Preston (1885–1965)

Dark green Westmoreland stone

H 65 x W 65 cm