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List of public art in Nottingham

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This is a list of public art in Nottingham, in Nottinghamshire, England. This list applies only to works of public art accessible in an outdoor public space. For example, this does not include artwork visible inside a museum.

Central Nottingham

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Material Coordinates
Sky Mirror, Nottingham.jpg
Sky Mirror Nottingham Playhouse 2001 Anish Kapoor Stainless steel[1] 52°57′14″N 1°09′23″W / 52.954°N 1.1565°W / 52.954; -1.1565
Memorial to Albert Ball, VC - geograph.org.uk - 1671290.jpg
Statue of Captain Albert Ball VC Nottingham Castle 1921 Henry Poole Bronze[2][3][4] 52°56′59″N 1°09′15″W / 52.94969°N 1.154144°W / 52.94969; -1.154144
Cloughie - geograph.org.uk - 1044418.jpg
Brian Clough King Street/Queen Street junction 2008 Les Johnson Bronze[5] 52°57′15″N 1°08′59″W / 52.954064°N 1.149742°W / 52.954064; -1.149742
Statue of Robin Hood - geograph.org.uk - 1671252.jpg
Robin Hood Outside Nottingham Castle 1952 James Woodford Bronze[6][4] 52°56′58″N 1°09′17″W / 52.949424°N 1.154596°W / 52.949424; -1.154596
Nottingham Ice Arena - geograph-678668.jpg
Axel Bolero Square, National Ice Centre 2003 Wolfgang Buttress and Fiona Heron Steel[7] 52°57′08″N 1°08′26″W / 52.95229°N 1.140549°W / 52.95229; -1.140549
The Adams Building from Adams Walk - geograph.org.uk - 1585935.jpg
Sculpture Tree Lace Market Square 2011 Wolfgang Buttress and Fiona Heron Bronze[8] 52°57′10″N 1°08′40″W / 52.952849°N 1.144571°W / 52.952849; -1.144571
Statues on Chapel Bar - geograph.org.uk - 1977713.jpg
Shoppers Chapel Bar 1986 Richard Perry Bronze[9][4] 52°57′16″N 1°09′15″W / 52.954356°N 1.154172°W / 52.954356; -1.154172
The Chorus Line.JPG
The Chorus Line Junction of Maid Marian Way and Park Row 1999 Hilary Cartmel Steel 52°57′13″N 1°09′17″W / 52.953594°N 1.154757°W / 52.953594; -1.154757
Nottingham High School, war memorial (geograph 6239367).jpg
War Memorial Nottingham High School 1920 Henry Poole Bronze[10][11] 52°57′44″N 1°09′32″W / 52.96231°N 1.15896°W / 52.96231; -1.15896
Nottingham Arboretum, statue of Feargus O'Connor the Chartist - geograph.org.uk - 1375323.jpg
Feargus O'Connor Nottingham Arboretum 1859 JB Robinson of Derby Stone[12] 52°57′40″N 1°09′22″W / 52.961211°N 1.156152°W / 52.961211; -1.156152
Flying Horse Walk indicator post - geograph.org.uk - 1911436.jpg
Flying Horse Signpost St Peter's Gate 1993 Michael Johnson Steel 52°57′08″N 1°08′57″W / 52.952261°N 1.149033°W / 52.952261; -1.149033
Houndsgate Shops indicator post - geograph.org.uk - 1911438.jpg
Houndsgate Signpost Houndsgate 1993 Michael Johnson Steel 52°57′07″N 1°08′58″W / 52.952083°N 1.149334°W / 52.952083; -1.149334
Nottingham Arboretum - bust of Samuel Morley - geograph.org.uk - 2489009.jpg
Samuel Morley Nottingham Arboretum 1928 Joseph Else Bronze and stone[13] 53°02′58″N 1°09′20″W / 53.049483°N 1.155623°W / 53.049483; -1.155623
Entrance sculpture Biocity Richard Thornton Steel
The invention of ibuprofen Biocity 2011 Bruce Asbestos

Nottingham Council House

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Material Coordinates
Ccl-hse-lion-rt-sml.jpg
Nottingham Lions (right) Nottingham Council House 1929 Joseph Else Stone[14] 52°57′13″N 1°08′57″W / 52.953503°N 1.149262°W / 52.953503; -1.149262
Ccl-hse-lion-left-sml.jpg
Nottingham Lions (left) Nottingham Council House 1929 Joseph Else Stone[14] 52°57′13″N 1°08′57″W / 52.953503°N 1.149262°W / 52.953503; -1.149262
Council-hse-sculpture.jpg
Frieze on Nottingham Council House Nottingham Council House 1929 Joseph Else Stone[14][4] 52°57′13″N 1°08′57″W / 52.953503°N 1.149262°W / 52.953503; -1.149262
Ccl-hse-stat-1-sml.jpg
Prosperity Dome of Nottingham Council House 1929 James Woodford Stone[15][4] 52°57′13″N 1°08′57″W / 52.953503°N 1.149262°W / 52.953503; -1.149262
Ccl-hse-stat-2-sml.jpg
Commerce Dome of Nottingham Council House 1929 Joseph Else Stone[15][4] 52°57′13″N 1°08′57″W / 52.953503°N 1.149262°W / 52.953503; -1.149262
Ccl-hse-stat-3-sml.jpg
Civic Law Dome of Nottingham Council House 1929 Charles L J Doman Stone[15][4] 52°57′13″N 1°08′57″W / 52.953503°N 1.149262°W / 52.953503; -1.149262
Ccl-hse-stat-4-sml.jpg
Knowledge Dome of Nottingham Council House 1929 Ernest Webb Stone[15][4] 52°57′13″N 1°08′57″W / 52.953503°N 1.149262°W / 52.953503; -1.149262

Beeston

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Material Coordinates
Sculpture on the High Road.jpg
George the Beekeeper High Road, Beeston 1987 Sioban Coppinger Concrete and bronze[16] 52°55′39″N 1°12′51″W / 52.927602°N 1.214272°W / 52.927602; -1.214272
The Square - Beeston - geograph.org.uk - 619873.jpg
Water Head The Square, Beeston 1989 Paul Mason Concrete[17] 52°55′36″N 1°12′57″W / 52.926561°N 1.215882°W / 52.926561; -1.215882
Beeston War Memorial - geograph.org.uk - 1147327.jpg
Hope (Boer War Memorial) Broadgate Park 1904 Arthur George Marshall Stone[18][19] 52°55′42″N 1°12′37″W / 52.928465°N 1.210165°W / 52.928465; -1.210165
Jesse Boot memorial - geograph.org.uk - 680917.jpg
Jesse Boot memorial University of Nottingham 1934 Unknown Stone[20] 52°56′07″N 1°11′37″W / 52.935401°N 1.193553°W / 52.935401; -1.193553
University Park MMB A2 East Midlands Conference Centre.jpg
University of Nottingham 2003 Michael Dan Archer Stone 52°56′21″N 1°12′12″W / 52.939183°N 1.203375°W / 52.939183; -1.203375
Wall Panel by Hilary Cartmel on the Beeston Canal.JPG
Beeston Canal Wall Panels 2006 Hilary Cartmel Stainless steel, bronze, Mosaic
"The Green Man" - geograph.org.uk - 1176145.jpg
The Green Man Dovecote Lane Recreation Ground Stan Bullard Wood 52°55′15″N 1°12′54″W / 52.920748°N 1.215065°W / 52.920748; -1.215065

Clifton

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Material Coordinates
2004-09-29 Erasmus Darwin's Mammoth by Kim James.JPG
Erasmus Darwin's Mammoth Nottingham Trent University Kim James Steel 52°54′36″N 1°11′14″W / 52.910118°N 1.187178°W / 52.910118; -1.187178
Urban Art, Nobel Road, Clifton - geograph.org.uk - 126709.jpg
unknown Nobel Road unknown Steel 52°53′59″N 1°11′28″W / 52.899787°N 1.191241°W / 52.899787; -1.191241

Lenton

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Material Coordinates
Aspire sculpture in Nottingham (1).jpg
Aspire University of Nottingham 2008 Ken Shuttleworth Steel[21] 52°57′04″N 1°11′04″W / 52.9512°N 1.1844°W / 52.9512; -1.1844
Public art at the walk in centre - geograph.org.uk - 1910828.jpg
Healing Energy Queen's Medical Centre 2008 Hilary Cartmel Steel 52°56′34″N 1°10′58″W / 52.942698°N 1.182703°W / 52.942698; -1.182703
The Circle of Life Queen's Medical Centre 2011 Ann Vrielinck Bronze
Queens Medical Centre (QMC) - Main Entrance - geograph.org.uk - 603789.jpg
unknown Queen's Medical Centre ???? Unknown Concrete 52°56′40″N 1°11′12″W / 52.944523°N 1.186538°W / 52.944523; -1.186538

Meadows

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Material Coordinates
Memorial Gardens, Victoria Embankment - geograph.org.uk - 754971.jpg
Queen Victoria Memorial Gardens, Victoria Embankment 1905 Albert Toft Stone[22][23] 52°56′05″N 1°08′30″W / 52.934678°N 1.141641°W / 52.934678; -1.141641
Nottingham War Memorial 0409.JPG
City War Memorial, Nottingham Memorial Gardens, Victoria Embankment 1927 T Wallis Gordon Stone[22][24] 52°56′05″N 1°08′30″W / 52.934678°N 1.141641°W / 52.934678; -1.141641

Sneinton

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Material Coordinates
Sneinton Dragon - geograph.org.uk - 1627097.jpg
Sneinton Dragon Junction of Manvers Street and Sneinton Hermitage 2006 Robert Stubley Steel[9] 52°56′56″N 1°07′59″W / 52.9490°N 1.1330°W / 52.9490; -1.1330
Calvary in the churchyard at St. Stephen's Church, Sneinton - geograph.org.uk - 1899912.jpg
Calvary St. Stephen's Church, Sneinton 1920 Cecil G Hare[25] Cast iron 52°57′05″N 1°07′54″W / 52.9514°N 1.1318°W / 52.9514; -1.1318
Statue of Bendigo in Sneinton.jpg
Bendigo On the roof of the former Bendigo Pub, on Sneinton Hermitage unknown unknown Concrete 52°56′59″N 1°07′42″W / 52.9498°N 1.1282°W / 52.9498; -1.1282
William booth statue.JPG
William Booth Outside his birthplace on Notintone Place in Sneinton unknown unknown Bronze 52°57′08″N 1°07′55″W / 52.9522°N 1.1319°W / 52.9522; -1.1319

West Bridgford

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Material Coordinates
Metal heron - geograph.org.uk - 1386365.jpg
Heron Lady Bay Unknown Steel 52°56′19″N 1°06′42″W / 52.938503°N 1.111657°W / 52.938503; -1.111657

Wilford

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Material Coordinates
Sir Robert Juckes Clifton - geograph.org.uk - 1217888.jpg
Robert Juckes Clifton Wilford Toll Bridge unknown Stone 52°56′17″N 1°09′15″W / 52.938003°N 1.154074°W / 52.938003; -1.154074

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