Enjoy City of Westminster’s rich artistic history - from King Charles I to the latest commemorative sculptures and contemporary art, StatueFindr provides exceptional photographs and biographies on the statues and sculptures and detailed information about the people who created them.
To make your life easy, everything has been listed under the following chapters, in date order of unveiling:
Creatures Great and Small, Explorers, Fictional Characters, Foreign Leaders, General Figures, Individuals Contributing Outstanding Personal War Effort, Modern Sculpture and Mythical, as well as, Nobility, Statesmen, Politicians and Civil Servants, Philanthropists, Prime Ministers, Professional and Notable, Royalty, Rulers, Scientists and Engineers, The Arts, The British Army, The British Navy, The Royal Air Force and War Memorials.
You can search by sculptor name, statue name, or simply click a location on the map. There are over 1000 photographs, over 350 statues and over 200 sculptors covering the entire area of the City of Westminster, including streets, gardens, squares and parks, from Bayswater, Belgravia, Covent Garden, Charing Cross, Embankment, Fitzrovia, Green Park, Hyde Park, Knightsbridge, Marylebone, Mayfair, Paddington, Pimlico, Regent’s Park, Soho, St James’s Park, St John’s Wood, Victoria, Whitehall and much more.
Whether you’re interested in history, art, or simply want to enjoy what the streets of London have to offer, StatueFindr is what you need! Once StatueFindr is downloaded, you can use it offline (no data charges!).
Currently available in English, StatueFindr will soon be available in French, German, Italian, Mandarin, Russian and Spanish.