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James Woodford

Picture source: LondonRemembers.com

James Woodford

Person  Male  Born 1893  Died 1976

Categories: Sculpture

Sculptor,RA. Born Nottingham. There are some lovely examples of his work in Lime Street, brought to our attention by Caroline's Miscellany. Also on the Palm House Terrace at Kew Gardens there are Portland stone replicas by Woodford of the Queen's Beasts plaster sculptures which he created to adorn Westminster Abbey for the coronation in 1953. And the wonderful Ornamental Passions has found a cache of his work in Whitehall Place SW1.

2019: IanVisits reports on 4 large stone reliefs now displayed in Lime Street, at The Scalpel, opposite the Lloyds building. Originally created by Woodford for the 1957 Lloyds building.

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James Woodford

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45470

RIBA - James Woodford

The pair of massive cast bronze doors carry deep reliefs representing the Tha...

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This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
James Woodford

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49960

Lloyds of London 1958 building

Phillip Ward-Jackson in his encyclopaedic "Public Sculpture in the City of Lo...

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45470

RIBA - James Woodford

The pair of massive cast bronze doors carry deep reliefs representing the Tha...

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World War 2 fountain at BMA

The fountain was inaugurated in 1954, in what is known as the Court of Honour...

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