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26 artworks
Lost and Found
© the copyright holder. Photo credit: Susan Dawson / Art UK

Lost and Found

Graeme Mitcheson (b.1973)

Peak Moor sandstone

Roll Out the Lino
© the artist. Photo credit: Mike Longhurst / Art UK

Roll Out the Lino

David Annand (b.1948)

Bronze

H 150 x W 400 x D 130 cm

Memory Railing
© the copyright holder. Photo credit: David Oudney / Art UK

Memory Railing c.2017

Alan Wilson

Still on Patrol (Submariners' Monument)
© the artist & © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Danny McDonald / Art UK

Still on Patrol (Submariners' Monument) 2009

Paul Grime (b.1956) and Jeremy Cunningham

Kilkenny limestone

The Puffer
© the copyright holder. Photo credit: Gordon Baird / Art UK

The Puffer 2013

Elspeth Bennie (b.1962)

Forged & fabricated mild steel, galvanised & acid etched

Monument to Maternity
© the artist's estate. Photo credit: Gordon Baird / Art UK

Monument to Maternity 1996 & 2004

George Ralston Wyllie (1921–2012)

Stainless steel

H 700 cm

Stitch in Time
© the artists. Photo credit: David Oudney / Art UK

Stitch in Time 2018

Jeremy Cunningham and Jim Whitson (b.1970)

Painted & galvanised steel

A Fishy Tale
© the copyright holder. Photo credit: Rob Terwey / Art UK

A Fishy Tale 1999

Colin Telfer (1938/1939–2016)

Red sandstone, epoxy resin & haematite dust

War Memorial for Sikh Soldiers
© the copyright holders. Photo credit: Paul Francis / Art UK

War Memorial for Sikh Soldiers 2019

Steve Joyce (b.1956) and Marcel Watkins (active 2019) and Peter Milner (b.1951)

Corten steel & granite

Dudley the Cat
© the artist. Photo credit: Gordon Baird / Art UK

Dudley the Cat 2018

David Annand (b.1948) and Powderhall Bronze (founded 1989) and W. L. Watson & Sons

Bronze & granite

Wojtek the Bear
© the copyright holder. Photo credit: Andrew Mackie / Art UK

Wojtek the Bear 2016

unknown artist

Polish Codebreakers
© the copyright holder. Photo credit: Bletchley Park Trust

Polish Codebreakers 2011

Maciej Szańkowski (b.1938)

Brass & marble

W 193 x D 156 cm

Bletchley Park Trust

Peace Memorial
© the artist. Photo credit: Elaine Vizor / Art UK

Peace Memorial 2008

Peter Furlonger (b.1944)

Cumbrian slate & metal

H 340 cm

Widows and Bairns
© the artist. Photo credit: Andrew Mackie / Art UK

Widows and Bairns 2007

Jill Watson (b.1957)

Bronze

Imagine, Remember, Reflect, React
© the copyright holders. Photo credit: Bruce Castle Museum (Haringey Culture, Libraries and Learning)

Imagine, Remember, Reflect, React 2007

Claudia Holder (active 2007) and Paul Margetts (b.1959)

Coated steel

H 100 x W 100 x D 100 cm

Bruce Castle Museum (Haringey Culture, Libraries and Learning)

Widows and Bairns
© the artist. Photo credit: Andrew Mackie / Art UK

Widows and Bairns 2007

Jill Watson (b.1957)

Bronze

H 120 cm

The Look Out
© the copyright holders. Photo credit: Andrew Lloyd / Art UK

The Look Out 2006

Darren Woodley and Carol Havard and G. W. Ironworks Ltd

Galvanised steel, concrete & ceramic mosaic

H 350 x W 165 x D 100 cm

Captured Africans
© Kevin Dalton-Johnson. Photo credit: Alan Greenwell / Art UK

Captured Africans 2005

Kevin Dalton-Johnson (b.1965)

Steel, perspex & ceramic

H 300 x W 100 x D 75 cm

Into the Depths (a Mining Memorial)
© the copyright holder. Photo credit: Elaine Vizor / Art UK

Into the Depths (a Mining Memorial) 2016

Philip Townsend (b.1947)

Dunhouse Buff stone & Iroko hardwood

H 400 cm

Tree of Remembrance
© the copyright holders. Photo credit: Fiona Matthewson / Art UK

Tree of Remembrance 2005

Fiona Heron (b.1963) and Wolfgang Buttress (b.1965)

Bronze & stainless steel

H 1100 cm

The Shetland Bus (1940–1945)
© the copyright holder. Photo credit: Scalloway Museum, the Shetland Bus Friendship Society and Scalloway History Group

The Shetland Bus (1940–1945) 2003

Alan Hart (b.1954)

Steel

H 32 x W 52 x D 50 cm

Scalloway Museum, the Shetland Bus Friendship Society and Scalloway History Group

Linda McCartney (1941–1998)
© the artist. Photo credit: Argyll and Bute Council

Linda McCartney (1941–1998) 2002

Jane Robbins (b.1962)

Bronze

H 120 x W 40 x D 60 cm

Argyll and Bute Council

Catrin ferch Owain Glyndŵr (d.1413)
© the copyright holders. Photo credit: Alfred Yeung / Art UK

Catrin ferch Owain Glyndŵr (d.1413) 2001

Nic Stradlyn-John and Richard Renshaw and Bryn Chegwydden

Friendship and Peace
© the copyright holder. Photo credit: Simon Maddison / Art UK

Friendship and Peace 2000

Dennis Heath

Sweet chestnut wood

Aycliffe Angels
© the copyright holder. Photo credit: Elaine Vizor / Art UK

Aycliffe Angels 2000

Philip Townsend (b.1947)

Dunhouse Buff sandstone

H 130 x W 140 x D 30 cm

Dolly Peel (1782–1857)
© the copyright holder. Photo credit: George Ledger / Art UK

Dolly Peel (1782–1857) 1987

Billy Gofton (b.1945)

Cement

H 180 cm