List of public art in the London Borough of Haringey

This is a list of public art in the London Borough of Haringey.

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
DateArtist / designer Type Designation Notes

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Tottenham High Cross Junction of High Road and Monument Way, Tottenham

51°35′20″N 0°4′13″W
1600 c.1600 (modified 1809)? Cross Grade II [1]

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Catharine Smithies Memorial Drinking Fountain Bounds Green Road, Wood Green

51.6009°N 0.1162°W / 51.6009; -0.1162
1879? Obelisk with drinking fountain Grade II [2][3]

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Wood Green Drinking Fountain & Cattle Trough Wood Green High Road, near junction with Trinity Road

51.600947°N 0.111807°W / 51.600947; -0.111807
1901? Drinking Fountain & Cattle Trough Grade II [4]

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Wood Green War Memorial Wood Green High Road, near junction with Bounds Green Road

51.5995°N 0.1109°W / 51.5995; -0.1109
1920? War memorial Grade II [5]

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Tottenham War Memorial Tottenham Green, Tottenham

51°35′12.43″N 0°4′17.22″W
1923Louis Frederick Roslyn War memorial with statue Grade II [6]
Reclining figure in Bronze Outside Hornsey Library, Haringey Park, Crouch End

51°34′41.3″N 0°7′20.6″W
1964Thomas Bayliss Huxley-Jones Bronze N/A
Ferry boat tile motif Tottenham Hale station, Victoria line platforms 1968Edward Bawden Tile murals N/A [7]
Seven trees tile motif Seven Sisters station, Victoria line platforms 1969Hans Unger Tile murals N/A [8]
Embracing Forms Tottenham High Road, near the Tottenham High Cross, across from the Maa Maat Cultural Centre

51.35223°N 004.122°W / 51.35223; -004.122
1983Vanessa Pomeroy Sculpture N/A [9]

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The Spriggan Parkland Walk, near site of former Crouch End railway station

51.57461°N 0.12692°W / 51.57461; -0.12692
1993Marilyn Collins Sculpture N/A [10]
Bust of Oliver Tambo Albert Road Recreation Ground, Muswell Hill 2007Ian Walters Bust N/A [11]
Imagine, Remember, Reflect, React
The Holocaust
Bruce Castle 2007Paul Margetts after Claudia Holder Sculpture N/A Unveiled 2008.[12]
Bruce Castle Holocaust Sculpture Bruce Castle 2013? Sculpture N/A Unveiled 7 July 2013.[13]

References

  1. Historic England. "Tottenham High Cross (1188856)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 30 October 2015.
  2. Historic England. "Obelisk memorial drinking fountain (1359592)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 30 October 2015.
  3. "Monument to Victorian Anti-Slavery & Animal Rights Campaigner", Harringay Online, retrieved 13 February 2015
  4. "Cattle Trough, Haringey", British Listed Buildings, retrieved 13 February 2015
  5. "War Memorial, Haringey", British Listed Buildings, retrieved 5 September 2015
  6. Historic England. "War Memorial (1061398)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 30 October 2015.
  7. Victoria Line Tile Motifs – Tottenham Hale
  8. "Who Were The Seven Sisters?", Londonist, 24 November 2014, retrieved 5 September 2015
  9. London: North, 1998, retrieved 23 August 2017
  10. "The Mystery of the Parkland Walk Spriggan Solved", Harringay online, 9 October 2013, retrieved 5 September 2015
  11. Matthews 2012, pp. 206–207
  12. Imagine, Remember, Reflect, React, Art UK, retrieved 17 March 2019
  13. "Bruce Castle Holocaust Sculpture", War Memorials Register, Imperial War Museums, retrieved 17 March 2019

Bibliography

  • Matthews, Peter (2012), London's Statues and Monuments, Botley: Shire Publications
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