Sculpture in the borough

This anthology celebrates the diversity of public art and includes not only those sculptures created by artists, but other more utilitarian structures, such as drinking fountains, horse troughs and coal plates.

Sculpture in the Royal Borough

"On Public View" takes you on a journey around sculpture in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

This anthology celebrates the diversity of public art and includes not only those sculptures created by artists, but other more utilitarian structures, such as drinking fountains, horse troughs and coal plates. The Council’s commitment to public art is long standing and continuing; we hope you enjoy browsing this publication, and watching the video below of Cllr Moylan talking on the subject in more detail.

Browse chapters in the book on the links below

Sculpture in the Royal Borough

Please be advised these are very large file sizes and may take a few moments to download - information on how to navigate and print the documents is contained in 'Read me first'.

00 - Read me first (1.6 MB)

01 - 1-19 Thames Royal Hospital (15.5 MB)

02 - 20-39 Chelsea Old Town Hall - Knightsbridge (9.59 MB)

03 - 40-47 South Kensington and Museums (4.99 MB)

04 - 48-64 High Street Kensington and Kensington Palace (10.1 MB)

05 - 65-79 Holland Park (6.34 MB)

06 - 80-93 Notting Hill Gate to Kensal Cemetery (9.08 MB)

07 - Grouped Pieces and Miscellaneous (7.15 MB)