37 artworks
Millicent Garrett Fawcett (1847–1929)
© Gillian Wearing. All rights reserved, DACS 2024. Image credit: Maarten Roes Francken / Art UK

Millicent Garrett Fawcett (1847–1929) 2018

Gillian Wearing (b.1963)

Bronze

Mary Seacole (1805–1881)
© Martin Jennings. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2023. Image credit: Colleen Rowe Harvey / Art UK

Mary Seacole (1805–1881) 2016

Martin Jennings (b.1957) and Pangolin Editions (founded 1985)

Bronze, Cumbrian black slate & Portland stone

H 490 cm

Martin Jennings (b.1957) and Pangolin Editions (founded 1985)

Millennium Heritage Mosaic
© the artist. Image credit: David Ovenden / Art UK

Millennium Heritage Mosaic 2000

Gary Drostle (b.1961)

Ceramic mosaic

Monument to Sara Colvile
Image credit: Jennette Russell / Art UK

Monument to Sara Colvile 1631

John and Matthias Christmas (active c.1628–c.1651)

Alabaster & marble

Monument to Thomas Hungerford and Wife
Image credit: Jennette Russell / Art UK

Monument to Thomas Hungerford and Wife 1581

unknown artist

Alabaster & marble

Atalanta, Francis Derwent Wood Memorial
Image credit: Jennette Russell / Art UK

Atalanta, Francis Derwent Wood Memorial 1929

Francis Derwent Wood (1871–1926)

Bronze & Portland stone

H 160 x W 50 x D 50 cm

Temple Bar Memorial (Queen Victoria and Prince Edward)
Image credit: Maarten Roes-Francken / Art UK

Temple Bar Memorial (Queen Victoria and Prince Edward) 1880

Joseph Edgar Boehm (1834–1890) and Charles Henry Mabey (1835–1912) and Charles Samuel Kelsey (c.1820–1888?) and Horace Jones (1819–1887)

Blue Guernsey granite, Shap granite, red Correnies granite, bronze, Craigleith stone, Dolomite stone & Sicilian marble

H 960 cm

Diane de Gabies (Diane Robing) (1810–1892)
Image credit: Christina Walker / Art UK

Diane de Gabies (Diane Robing) (1810–1892) 18th C

unknown artist

Stone

Tomb of Charlotte and Jean Francois Gravelet Blondin
Image credit: Jennette Russell / Art UK

Tomb of Charlotte and Jean Francois Gravelet Blondin

Alexander Macdonald & Co. (active c.1820–1941)

Peterhead granite & Carrara marble

H 450 x W 145 x D 84 cm

Tomb of Blanche Roosevelt Macchetta
Image credit: Jennette Russell / Art UK

Tomb of Blanche Roosevelt Macchetta 1899

unknown artist

Marble & granite

H 184 cm

Tomb of Elizabeth Emma and Alexis Benoît Soyer
Image credit: Jennette Russell / Art UK

Tomb of Elizabeth Emma and Alexis Benoît Soyer 1844

Alexis Benoît Soyer (1810–1858) and Pierre Puyenbroeck (1804–1884)

Portland stone, marble & beer stone

H 600 x W 295 x D 266 cm

Mrs Ramsay MacDonald Memorial Seat
Image credit: Colleen Rowe Harvey / Art UK

Mrs Ramsay MacDonald Memorial Seat c.1911

Richard Reginald Goulden (1876–1932) and Ramsay MacDonald (1866–1937)

Granite & bronze

H 131 x W 368 x D 150 cm

Statue of a Queen
Image credit: Colleen Rowe Harvey / Art UK

Statue of a Queen 1775

unknown artist

Lead & Portland stone

H 250 cm

Queen Alexandra (1844–1925)
Image credit: Justin Piperger / Art UK

Queen Alexandra (1844–1925) 1908

George Edward Wade (1853–1933)

Bronze

'Princess Alice' Memorial
Image credit: Andy Smith / Art UK

'Princess Alice' Memorial 1880

unknown artist

Granite

The New Memorial to George VI and Queen Elizabeth
© the copyright holders. Image credit: Maarten Roes Francken / Art UK

The New Memorial to George VI and Queen Elizabeth 1955 & 2009

William McMillan (1887–1977) and Philip Henry Christopher Jackson (b.1944) and Paul Day (b.1967) and Donald Insall Associates and Donald Buttress

Portland stone & bronze

Tomb of Alexandrina and Herbert Allingham
Image credit: Jennette Russell / Art UK

Tomb of Alexandrina and Herbert Allingham

unknown artist

Carrara marble

H 328 x W 198 x D 107 cm

Edith Cavell (1865–1915)
Image credit: Tracy Jenkins / Art UK

Edith Cavell (1865–1915) 1915–1920

George James Frampton (1860–1928)

Cornish grey granite & white marble

H 1080 cm

Susanna Wesley (1669–1742), Mother of Methodism
© the artist. Image credit: Nick Bowman / Art UK

Susanna Wesley (1669–1742), Mother of Methodism 2022

Simon O'Rourke (b.1978)

Wood

H 400 x W 40 x D 40 cm

Elizabeth I (1533–1603)
Image credit: Sarah Rider / Art UK

Elizabeth I (1533–1603) c.1820

Richard Westmacott II (1775–1856)

Stone

Nell Gwynn (1650–1687)
Image credit: Jennette Russell / Art UK

Nell Gwynn (1650–1687) 1937

George Kay Green (1877–1937)

Stone

Violette Szabo (1921–1945) – Special Operations Executive Memorial
© the artist. Image credit: Vincenzo Albano / Art UK
Memorial to Queen Alexandra (1844–1925)
Image credit: Maarten Roes Francken / Art UK

Memorial to Queen Alexandra (1844–1925) 1932

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

Bronze & red Aberdeen granite

H 575 x W 540 x D 180 cm

Queen Anne (1665–1714)
Image credit: Tracy Jenkins / Art UK

Queen Anne (1665–1714) c.1708

unknown artist

Portland stone

Queen Charlotte (1744–1818)
Image credit: Tracy Jenkins / Art UK

Queen Charlotte (1744–1818) c.1775

unknown artist

Lead & Portland stone

Queen Victoria (1819–1901)
Image credit: Mike Longhurst / Art UK

Queen Victoria (1819–1901) 1903

Francis John Williamson (1833–1920)

Bronze

H 250 x W 122 x D 185 cm

Queen Victoria (1819–1901)
Image credit: Sally Norris / Art UK

Queen Victoria (1819–1901)

Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll (1848–1939)

Carrara marble, Portland stone & bronze

H 370 cm

Queen Victoria (1819–1901)
Image credit: Jennette Russell / Art UK

Queen Victoria (1819–1901) 1889

Joseph Edgar Boehm (1834–1890)

Marble

H 210 cm

Alison Lapper Pregnant
© the artist. Image credit: Arup / Greater London Authority

Alison Lapper Pregnant 2005

Marc Quinn (b.1964)

Carrara marble

H 360 cm

Queen Victoria Jubilee Obelisk
Image credit: Juliet Ferguson / Art UK

Queen Victoria Jubilee Obelisk 1887/1889

unknown artist

Red marble

H 300 cm

Catherine Booth (1829–1890)
Image credit: Tracy Jenkins / Art Uk

Catherine Booth (1829–1890) 2015

George Edward Wade (1853–1933) (copy of) and Morris Singer Art Foundry Ltd (founded 1927)

Fibreglass

Dame Louisa Aldrich-Blake (1865–1925)
Image credit: Colleen Rowe Harvey / Art UK

Dame Louisa Aldrich-Blake (1865–1925) 1926

Edwin Landseer Lutyens (1869–1944) and Arthur George Walker (1861–1939)

Stone & bronze

H 85 x W 59 x D 40 cm

Amy Winehouse (1983–2011)
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Colleen Rowe Harvey / Art UK

Amy Winehouse (1983–2011) 2014

Scott Eaton (b.1973)

Bronze

H 159 cm

A Sculpture for Mary Wollstonecraft
© the artist / Bridgeman Images. Image credit: Colleen Rowe Harvey / Art UK

A Sculpture for Mary Wollstonecraft 2020

Maggi Hambling (b.1945)

Silvered bronze & polished granite

Florence Nightingale (1820–1910)
Image credit: Tracy Jenkins / Art UK

Florence Nightingale (1820–1910) 1911–1915

Arthur George Walker (1861–1939) and Fiorini Foundry and T. H. Wyatt

Bronze & red granite

H 275 cm

Portrait Bench
© the copyright holder. Image credit: Simon Maddison / Art UK

Portrait Bench 2013

unknown artist

Wood & Corten steel

Catherine Booth (1829–1890)
Image credit: Vincenzo Albano / Art UK

Catherine Booth (1829–1890) 1927

George Edward Wade (1853–1933) and Morris Art Bronze Foundry (founded 1921)

Bronze & grey granite