Sculptures by Philip Jackson

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English: Sculptures by Philip Jackson.

Statues of artists/musicians/humanitarians[edit]

Terence Cuneo Memorial Sculpture[edit]

Category: Category:Terence Cuneo statue, London Waterloo station
English: The Terence Cuneo Memorial Sculpture is a life size and a half bronze sitting statue depicting the painter Terence Cuneo, located inside Waterloo Station, London. It was commissioned by the Terence Cuneo Trust and unveiled in 2003 by Anne, Princess Royal.

The Young Mozart[edit]

Related categories: Category:Mozart monuments, Category:Sculptures in Westminster
English: The Young Mozart is a over life size bronze standing statue depicting Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, located in Orange Square, Belgravia, London. It was commissioned to commemorate Mozart's bi-centenary, and unveiled in 1994 by Princess Margaret.

The Wallenberg Monument (London)[edit]

Related categories: Category:Raoul Wallenberg, Category:Sculptures in Westminster
English: The Wallenberg Monument is a 4m bronze standing statue with back wall depicting the humanitarian Raoul Wallenberg, located in Great Cumberland Place, London. It was unveiled in 1997 by Queen Elizabeth II.

The Wallenberg Monument (Buenos Aires)[edit]

Related categories: Category:Raoul Wallenberg, Category:Statues in Buenos Aires
English: The Wallenberg Monument (Buenos Aires) is a 4m bronze standing statue with back wall depicting the humanitarian Raoul Wallenberg, located in Avenue del Liberator, Buenos Aires. It was commissioned by International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation and unveiled in 1998 by the Argentine government.

Statues of the British Royal Family[edit]

HM King George VI[edit]

Related categories: Category:Statues of George VI of the United Kingdom, Category:Britannia Royal Naval College
English: HM King George VI is an over life size bronze bust depicting King George VI, located in Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth. It was commissioned by the class of 1939 and unveiled in 2002 by Anne, Princess Royal.

Equestrian sculpture of HM The Queen[edit]

Category: Category:Statue of Elizabeth II, Windsor Great Park
English: The Equestrian sculpture of HM The Queen is a life size and a half bronze sculpture depicting Queen Elizabeth II on horseback, located in Windsor Great Park, London. It was commissioned by The Crown Estate and unveiled in 2003 by Queen Elizabeth II. It was commissioned to mark the Golden Jubilee of Elizabeth II.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth Memorial[edit]

Category: Category:George VI and Queen Elizabeth Monument
Gallery: George VI and Queen Elizabeth Monument
English: The Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth Memorial is a life size and a half bronze standing statue depicting Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, located on a plinth in The Mall, London. It was commissioned by The Royal Household and unveiled in 2009 by Queen Elizabeth II. Part of a wider memorial incorporating a statue of her late husband King George VI, the Queen Mother is depicted age 51, the age of his death.

Statues of footballers/managers[edit]

The Bobby Moore Sculpture[edit]

Category: Category:Bobby Moore statue, Wembley
Gallery: Bobby Moore statue, Wembley
English: Bobby Moore Sculpture is a twice life size bronze standing statue depicting England football captain Bobby Moore, located outside the north side Wembley Stadium, London. It was commissioned by The Football Association and unveiled in 2007 by Sir Bobby Charlton.

The Champions / The World Cup Sculpture[edit]

Category: Category:The Champions statue, Upton Park
English: The Champions / The World Cup Sculpture is a one-and-a-half times life-size bronze group statue depicting England football players Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst, Martin Peters and Ray Wilson, located near West Ham United's stadium the Boleyn Ground (aka Upton Park) stadium in the London Borough of Newham. It was commissioned by Newham Council and West Ham United and unveiled in 2003 by Prince Andrew, Duke of York. It replicates an iconic photo in the moments after England's victory in the 1966 World Cup final, with Moore is pictured held shoulder high, holding the Jules Rimet Trophy aloft. At the time of the final, Moore, Hurst and Peters were all West Ham players.

Sir Matt Busby[edit]

Related categories: Category:Matt Busby, Category:Old Trafford
English: Sir Matt Busby is a life size and a half bronze standing statue depicting the former Manchester United football manager Sir Matt Busby, located outside the East Stand of United's stadium Old Trafford in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester (opposite Jackson's Trinity statue). It was unveiled in 1996 by The Busby family. Busby was Manchester United's second longest serving manager.

The United Trinity[edit]

Related categories: Category:Old Trafford, Category:George Best, Category:Denis Law, Category:Bobby Charlton
English: The United Trinity is a life size and a half bronze standing group statue depicting Manchester United football players George Best, Denis Law and Bobby Charlton (left to right as viewed from the front), located outside the East Stand of United's stadium Old Trafford in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester (opposite Jackson's Busby statue). It was commissioned by Manchester United to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Manchester United's first European Cup title in 1968, and unveiled in 2008 by Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson.

Sir Alex Ferguson[edit]

Related categories: Category:Alex Ferguson
English: A statue of Sir Alex Ferguson, manager of Manchester United, is set to be unveiled in late Summer 2012.

Statues of historical figures[edit]

Constantine the Great[edit]

Category: Category:Constantine's Statue, York
English: Constantine the Great is a life-size and a third bronze sitting statue depicting Roman Emperor Constantine the Great, located outside York Minster Cathedral, York. It was commissioned by York Civic Trust and unveiled in 1998 by Archbishop Donald Coggan. It bears the inscription, “Constantine by this sign conquer”.

St. Richard[edit]

Category: Category:Statue of Saint Richard, Chichester Cathedral
English: St. Richard is a life size and a half bronze standing statue depicting Richard of Chichester (Saint Richard), located outside Chichester Cathedral, Chichester. It was commissioned by Friends of Chichester Cathedral to celebrate The Millennium, and unveiled in 2000 by the Bishop of Chichester, Roger Wilson.

Military memorial statues[edit]

The Gurkha Monument[edit]

Category: Category:The Gurkha Soldier, London
English: The Gurkha Monument is a life size and a half bronze standing statue depicting a Gurkha soldier, located on a plinth in Horse Guards Avenue, London. It was commissioned by The Gurkha Association and unveiled in 1997 by Queen Elizabeth II.

The In-Pensioner[edit]

Related categories: Category:Royal Hospital Chelsea, Category:Sculptures in Kensington and Chelsea
English: The In-Pensioner is a life size and a half bronze standing statue depicting a Chelsea pensioner in the traditional scarlet coat and tricorne hat, swinging his cane, sited on a plinth outside the north entrance to the Chelsea Royal Hospital in London. It was commissioned by the hospital to commemorate the Millennium, being unveiled in 2000 by Gerald Grosvenor, 6th Duke of Westminster. The plinth bears the inscription "O Lord you know how occupied I shall be this day. If I forget thee do not forget me", the soldiers' prayer said by Sir Jacob Astley at the Battle of Edgehill.

Jersey Liberation Sculpture / Monument to Freedom[edit]

Related categories: Category:Memorials commemorating the liberation of Jersey, Category:Liberation Square, Saint Helier
English: Jersey Liberation Sculpture / Monument to Freedom is a 5.18m bronze standing group statue located in Liberation Square, St Helier, Jersey. It was commissioned by the Jersey Sculpture Trust on behalf of the Occupation and Liberation Committee, and unveiled on 9 May 1995 by Charles, Prince of Wales. It commemorates the 50th anniversary of the first landing of British forces on 9 May 1945 in the square, liberating the island after 5 years of German occupation during World War II. It features two groups of symbolic islanders including a child, plus one of the liberators dressed in army fatigues, all billowing a flag above their heads, creating a 'victory arch' for people to walk under. Surrounding it is a circular pool, symbolic of Jersey's island status.

The Yomper / Falklands War Sculpture[edit]

Category: Category:The Yomper (statue)
English: The Yomper / Falklands War Sculpture is a twice life size bronze standing statue depicting a Royal Marine, located in Royal Marines Museum, Portsmouth. It was commissioned by the Royal Marines and unveiled in 1992 by Baroness Thatcher. It's based on an iconic Falklands War image of Corporal Peter Robinson yomping into the island's capital Port Stanley. Having just learned of the Argentine surrender, he'd tied the Union Jack flag to his radio aerial.

Bomber Command Memorial[edit]

Category:Category:RAF Bomber Command Memorial
English: Jackson has sculpted the centrepiece to the RAF Bomber Command Memorial, dedicated to RAF Bomber Command. It's a nine foot tall bronze standing group statue, depicting the seven man crew of a heavy bomber, and located in Green Park, London. It is to be unveiled on 28th June 2012 by Queen Elizabeth II.

Religious statues[edit]

The Archangel Gabriel[edit]

Related categories: Category:South Harting Church, Category:Statues of Gabriel
English: The Archangel Gabriel is a life size stone suspended statue depicting the Archangel Gabriel, hanging in the Church of St Mary and St Gabriel, South Harting, West Sussex. It was commissioned by a private benefactor and unveiled in 2009 by the Bishop of Chichester, John Hind.

Christ in Judgement[edit]

Related categories: Category:Chichester Cathedral (interior)
English: Christ in Judgement is a 120cm bronze wall mounted statue depicting Jesus Christ, located in Chichester Cathedral, Chichester. It was commissioned by The Dean & Chapter and unveiled in 1998 by Lord St John of Fawsley.

Founder's Sculpture[edit]

Related categories: Category:Statues in Birmingham, Category:Statues of nuns
English: Founder's Sculpture is a life size bronze sitting statue depicting two nuns, located in St' Mary's Convent, Handsworth, Birmingham. It was commissioned by the Sisters of Mercy and unveiled in 2005 by Archbishop Vincent Nichols.

Mother and Child[edit]

Related categories: Category:Sculptures in West Sussex
English: Mother and Child is a life size composite wall mounted statue, located in the Chapel of St Margaret's Convent, Midhurst, West Sussex. It was commissioned by the Sisters of Mercy and unveiled in 1990 by Bishop Cormac Murphy-O'Connor.

Other statues[edit]

Empress Elisabeth of Austria[edit]

Related categories: Category:Statues of Elisabeth of Austria, Category:Statues in Geneva
English: Empress Elisabeth of Austria (Sissi) is a life-size and a third bronze standing statue depicting the Empress Elisabeth of Austria, located in Geneva, Switzerland. It was commissioned by Association Sissi 1998 and unveiled in 1998 by Prince Marcus von Habsburg.

Manchester Peace Group / Struggle for Peace and Freedom[edit]

Related categories: Category:Statues in Manchester, Category:St. Peter's Square, Manchester
English: Manchester Peace Group / Struggle for Peace and Freedom is a life-size and a third composite standing group statue located in St Peter's Square, Manchester. It was commissioned as part of a competition to adorn the 'the peace garden', and unveiled in 1988 by the Lord Mayor of Manchester. It has since left the site, with Adrift by John Cassidy being moved there in its place on 27 March 2009.

Other works[edit]

Jeddah Horse[edit]

English: Jeddah Horse is a two-thirds life-size bronze gilt equestrian sculpture depicting a rearing horse, located in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

Minerva Sculpture[edit]

Related categories: Category:Minerva in sculpture, Category:Minerva Theatre, Chichester
English: The Minerva Sculpture is an over life size bronze sitting statue depicting the Roman goddess Minerva, located outside the Minerva Theatre in Chichester. It was commissioned to commemorate Leslie Evershed Martin, the founder of the Chichester Festival Theatre (which is next to the Minerva Theatre). It was unveiled in 1997 by Carol Evershed Martin.

British Diplomats Plaque[edit]

Related categories: Category:Foreign and Commonwealth Office
English: The British Diplomats Plaque is a plaque located inside the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, London. It was commissioned by Sternberg Foundation and unveiled in 2008 by the Foreign Secretary, Margaret Beckett. The plaque's inscription reads - ”To commemorate those British diplomats who by their personal endeavours helped to rescue victims of Nazi oppression.”

Cocking History Column[edit]

Category: Category:Cocking History Column
English: The Cocking History Column is a 292cm high bronze column on a 165cm Portland stone plinth, located in Cocking, West Sussex. It was commissioned by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Nationwide Building Society as part of Cocking's Millennium celebrations and the West Sussex Parish Maps Project (see category for a full description). It was unveiled on 15 April 2005 by Lady Cowdray.

Gallery sculptures[edit]

Cloister Conspiracy[edit]

Dangerous Liaison[edit]

Gale Force Nun[edit]

The Grandees[edit]

English: The The Grandees is a bronze piece comprising two seated people, a man and woman, wearing masks in the style of Venetian socety of the 17th and 18th century.

Guided Missal[edit]

The Sentinels[edit]

Serenissima[edit]

Swimmers[edit]

Related categories: Category:Statues of dolphins, Category:Fountains in Jersey, Category:Saint Helier, Jersey
English: Swimmers features swimmers and dolphins circling a water feature. Swimmers II is in the middle of a circular water maze, unveiled on 19 July 1997 as the centrepiece of the Les Jardins de la Mer (Gardens of the Sea), a public park in the The Waterfront, St Helier, Jersey.

Unidentified[edit]