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Credit for this entry to:
Alan Patient of

Statue: Mozart statue

Erection date: 21/9/1994


{Front of plinth:} Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, born Salzburg 27th January 1759, died Vienna 5th December 1791.
{Plaque on rear of plinth:} This bronze statue of the young composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was commissioned by Christopher Moorsom and Francis Sitwell from Philip Jackson FRBS in 1991 to commemorate the bicentenary of the composer's death. Mozart is depicted as he looked when he lived with his family at 180 Ebury Street and when he wrote his first symphony in 1764. Her Royal Highness the Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowden unveiled the statue on September 21st 1994. Many members of the public contributed to the cost of this work including Ronald and Jean Carr, foundations and charitable trusts, Summit Furniture, the Kleinwort Benson Group and the government estate.
Donald W. Insall & Associates - architects and planning consultants.

Site: Mozart statue (1 memorial)

SW1, Ebury Street & Pimlico Road

Some sources give the address as Mozart or Orange Square. As far as we can tell these are unofficial local names for the area.

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Kleinwort Benson

Private banking company.

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Summit Furniture

Founded by Chairman William Sieberts.

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Christopher Moorsom

Public relations executive. Flamboyant personality who was a friend of a wide...

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Composer. Born as Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart at 9 Get...

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Donald W. Insall Associates

A firm of chartered architects, historic building and planning consultants. D...

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Philip Jackson

Sculptor.  Born Inverness. Studio in Midhurst, West Sussex. Other works: gian...

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Princess Margaret

Born Margaret Rose at Glamis Castle in Scotland. Sister of Queen Elizabeth II...

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