Person    | Male  Born 18/4/1944 

Philip Jackson

Categories: Sculpture

Countries: Scotland

Sculptor. Philip Henry Christopher Jackson was born Inverness. Studio in Midhurst, West Sussex. Other works: giant equestrian artwork of the Queen, erected in Windsor Great Park, to celebrate her golden jubilee; George VI for Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth; Manchester United manager Sir Matt Busby for the football club's Old Trafford ground.

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Philip Jackson

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Bomber Command Memorial

The campaign to bomb civilians was so controversial that the bombers were giv...

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Chelsea Pensioner statue

Commissioned by the Royal Hospital Chelsea to commemorate the Second Millenni...

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Gandhi statue - Parliament Square

{On the front of the plinth:} Mahatma Gandhi {On the base of the statue, at ...

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Gurkha soldier

Unveiled by the Queen. Modelled by Jackson on the 1929 statue by Goulden in t...

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Joan Littlewood - Stratford statue

This bronze statue, called The Mother of Modern Theatre, is based on an iconi...

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Other Subjects

L. S. Merrifield

L. S. Merrifield

Sculptor. Leonard Stanford Merrifield was born in Gloucestershire. After training he lived in London (and was based in Chelsea for at least some of the time). Speel reviews his work. His statue of ...

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial
Edwin Russell

Edwin Russell

Sculptor. Born Edwin John Cumming Russell. He studied at the Brighton School of Art and the Royal Academy School. Other works in London include sundials at Tower Hill and at the Marine Society in V...

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial
Richard Moore

Richard Moore

Father of Capt. Francis W. Moore, M.C. whose name appears on the memorial erected by his father. If Moore Snr. really did the carving on the monument then he was a talented sculptor and we are surp...

Person, Benefactor, Sculpture

1 memorial
David Parfitt

David Parfitt

Sculptor.  No information available but we don't think he's the same David Parfitt who paints lovely watercolour landscapes.

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial
Bronislaw Wojciech Niedbala

Bronislaw Wojciech Niedbala

Born Poland.  His workshop was in Mitcham Goods Yard.   2015: Niedbala’s son, Marek, wrote to say that “When WWII started he was taken to a Russian work camp in Siberia then spent the duration in ...

Person, Sculpture, Poland

1 memorial