List of public art in the London Borough of Hillingdon

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

Eastcote

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Source Coordinates
Coat of arms of Middlesex Outside Eastcote Library, Field End Road, Eastcote 1959 Unknown [1] 51.5805°N 0.4003°W / 51.5805; -0.4003

Harefield

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Source Coordinates
Prometheus / Commemorating Sir Magdi Yacoub Harefield Hospital, Harefield 21 November 2008 Pavlos Angelos Kougioumtzis[2] [3] 51.6069°N 0.4828°W / 51.6069; -0.4828

Harmondsworth

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Source Coordinates
Royal Canadian Air Force Memorial Harmondsworth Moor, Harmondsworth 1995 [4] 51.4901°N 0.4893°W / 51.4901; -0.4893

Hayes

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Source Coordinates
Saint Christopher (mural on North wall) St Mary the Virgin Church,
Church Road, Hayes
14th century Unknown [5]
St Anselm and St George (Reredos carving) St Mary the Virgin Church,
Church Road, Hayes
Late 19th/early 20th century George Fellowes Prynne [5]
Hayes War Memorial (wooden Calvary on raised stone plinth with brick surrounding walls and carved inscriptions) Church Road, Hayes Post-World War II Unknown [6] 51.51766°N 0.419146°W / 51.51766; -0.419146
Immaculate Heart of Mary (oil painting, 5½m x 3m) Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Hayes 1961 Pietro Annigoni [7] 51.50806°N 0.421046°W / 51.50806; -0.421046
Bird sculpture Lake Farm Country Park c. 2002 Ben Dearnley [8] 51.51166°N 0.425146°W / 51.51166; -0.425146
Night scene (tree sculpture) Norman Leddy Memorial Gardens, Hayes Tom "Carver" Harvey [9] 51.52046°N 0.423206°W / 51.52046; -0.423206
Man looking for his dog (tree sculpture) Barra Hall Park, Hayes Tom "Carver" Harvey [9] 51.51816°N 0.423416°W / 51.51816; -0.423416
The Converse Wall of Clash Powerhouse building, Blyth Road, Hayes 2014 Remi Rough and System (Agents of Change) [10] 51°30′15.96″N 0°25′34.5″W
Tiling underpass at Hayes and Harlington railway station 2003 Lubna Chowdhary [11]

Art installation

On Sunday 5 August 2012, Jeremy Deller's art installation Sacrilege (an inflatable life-size model of Stonehenge) was installed in Barra Hall Park, Hayes from 10.30am to 6pm. An estimated 1,400 people visited on the day.[12]

Heathrow Airport

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Source Coordinates
Alcock and Brown Newall Road, on north side of Heathrow Airport 1954 William McMillan [13] 51.48053°N 0.4433°W / 51.48053; -0.4433
General Roy cannon (north) (the corresponding south one is at Hampton) Junction of Nene Road and Northern Perimeter Road, north of Heathrow Airport 1790 Captain William Mudge [14] 51.47980°N 0.4502°W / 51.47980; -0.4502
Moving World (Night & Day), pair of illuminated neon and steel walls Heathrow Terminal 5 2008 Langlands and Bell [15] 51.47322°N 0.48938°W / 51.47322; -0.48938
Emirates A380 sculpture North side of Heathrow Airport, at north entrance to vehicle tunnel 2008 Penwal [16] 51.48061°N 0.4530°W / 51.48061; -0.4530
Turkish Airlines globe sculpture Centre of Heathrow Airport 2013 [17] 51.47189°N 0.4531°W / 51.47189; -0.4531
Slipstream Heathrow Terminal 2 2014 Richard Wilson [18] 51°28′10.8″N 0°26′58.8″W
Yan Shu (swan letter) Heathrow Terminal 5 2008 UnitedVisualArtists [19] 51°28′17.71″N 0°29′17.23″W
Cloud Heathrow Terminal 5 2008 Troika [20] 51°28′17.71″N 0°29′17.23″W
All the Time in the World Heathrow Terminal 5 2008 Troika [20] 51°28′17.71″N 0°29′17.23″W
Oak Seasons Heathrow Terminal 5 2008 Christopher Pearson [20] 51°28′17.71″N 0°29′17.23″W
Animated Crest Heathrow Terminal 5 2008 Christopher Pearson [20] 51°28′17.71″N 0°29′17.23″W
150th anniversary sculpture Ticket hall at Heathrow Terminals 1, 2, 3 tube station [21] 51°28′16.67″N 0°27′8.64″W
Imperial Airways 'speedbird' mosaics Hatton Cross tube station [22][23] 51°27′59.83″N 0°25′24″W
London Taxi Heathrow Terminal 2 2014 Benedict Radcliffe [24] 51°28′10.62″N 0°27′4.87″W

Northwood

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Source Coordinates
Northwood War Memorial Green Lane, near Northwood tube station, Northwood 1921 [25] 51.6116°N 0.4250°W / 51.6116; -0.4250

Ruislip

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Source Coordinates
Polish War Memorial South Ruislip 2 November 1948 Mieczysław Lubelski [26] 51.548809°N 0.400239°W / 51.548809; -0.400239
Ruislip War Memorial Eastcote Road, opposite St Martin's Church, Ruislip [27] 51.5775°N 0.4272°W / 51.5775; -0.4272

Uxbridge

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Source Coordinates
Isambard Kingdom Brunel Brunel University, Uxbridge 6 July 2006 Anthony Stones [28] 51.53307°N 0.47497°W / 51.53307; -0.47497
Anticipation /
Commemorating the Golden Jubilee of Elizabeth II
Uxbridge town centre, outside The Chimes 25 June 2002 Anita Lafford [29] 51.5459°N 0.4789°W / 51.5459; -0.4789
Coats of arms of the Basset family, Middlesex and Buckinghamshire (stained glass) Exit from Uxbridge tube station 1934 Ervin Bossányi [30] 51.5462°N 0.4788°W / 51.5462; -0.4788
Winged wheels Entrance to Uxbridge tube station 1934 Joseph Armitage [31] 51.5461°N 0.4789°W / 51.5461; -0.4789
Uxbridge War Memorial The Old Graveyard, Windsor Street, Uxbridge 1924 [32] 51.5445°N 0.4808°W / 51.5445; -0.4808
Saint Andrew's Gate Hillingdon Road roundabout, Uxbridge 1957 [33] 51.5439°N 0.4729°W / 51.5439; -0.4729
Hawker Hurricane Outside Battle of Britain Bunker Museum, RAF Uxbridge [34] 51.54051°N 0.464428°W / 51.54051; -0.464428
Supermarine Spitfire Outside Battle of Britain Bunker Museum, RAF Uxbridge [34] 51.54031°N 0.464568°W / 51.54031; -0.464568

West Drayton

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Source Coordinates
Yiewsley and West Drayton War Memorial Harmondsworth Road, West Drayton, outside the entrance to the cemetery 1920s [35] 51.49995°N 0.46798°W / 51.49995; -0.46798

References

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