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Paul Day

Categories: Sculpture

Sculptor. Best known work (you love it or you hate it) is the huge statue (which we do not love) at St Pancras station with the deep relief frieze around the eye level plinth (we do love that), which includes a self-portrait.

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Paul Day

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Afghan and Iraq wars

Our photo shows the relief at the front representing the military operations....

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Battle of Britain - London monument

BBM says "the names and ranks of the airmen who took part in the battle are {...

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Queen Mother statue

She died aged 101 but here she is shown aged 51, the age she was widowed, wea...

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Other Subjects

Jonathan Kenworthy

Jonathan Kenworthy

Sculptor. Born Westmorland. Other work in London: 'Lioness and Lesser Kudu' (1993) in Grosvenor Gardens.

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial
Grinling Gibbons

Grinling Gibbons

Born Rotterdam. Wood carver and sculptor. Other works in London: a marble font in St James's Piccadilly, carvings in Whitehall Palace. Lived and died in Bow Street. See Discovering London for some ...

Person, Sculpture, Netherlands

9 memorials
Richard Garbe

Richard Garbe

His style moved from Victorian to art deco.Other work: decorations to Thames House on northern approach to Southwark Bridge.

Person, Sculpture

3 memorials
Kenny Hunter

Kenny Hunter

From National Galleries Scotland: "Born and raised in Edinburgh, Sculptor Kenny Hunter studied at Glasgow School of Art from 1983 to 1987. His work is heavily influenced by plastic toys, in the col...

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial
Benson Sedgwick Engineering Ltd

Benson Sedgwick Engineering Ltd

From their website: Manufacturers and suppliers of various products and services including Sculpture fabrication for the UK's leading artists.

Group, Sculpture

1 memorial