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Monumental Busts, Guildhall Art Gallery

The new Guildhall Art Gallery houses the substantial collection of paintings owned by the City of London. The Portland stone building was designed with an open loggia opening onto Guildhall Yard with four shallow niches on the rear wall.

Westminster Abbey Statues

During the cleaning and restoration of the Western Towers of Westminster Abbey the architect and surveyor of the fabric, Donald Butress, was keen to add something new to the facade.

Ten Modern Martyrs, Westminster Abbey

The project to fill the empty niches of the West Porch of Westminster Abbey was both a demanding and ambitious proposal, given the sensitive and public location on one of the most important and historic monuments in the country.

Portsmouth Naval Memorial

There are 3 memorials in England to those lost in the two World Wars whose only known grave is the sea, and they are located in the manning ports of Chatham, Plymouth and Portsmouth.

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