Relief: RIBA - James Woodford
The pair of massive cast bronze doors carry deep reliefs representing the Thames and London's buildings including: Guildhall, Houses of Parliament, St Paul's and Horse Guards, as well as boats on the Thames, children, birds, etc.
At the bottom of the left door, there is a seated figure, in the act of drawing with some technical tools. He sits on a scroll-like cushion , on which is inscribed "James Woodford 1934". This figure is a self-portrait of the sculptor who made the doors. The children are said to represent his three.
Woodford also carved the man and woman stand on pylons at the front.
Site: RIBA - door and Wren (2 memorials)
W1, Portland Place, 66