This book by Philip Ward-Jackson (published by Liverpool University Press in 2003 as the seventh volume of a series called Public Sculpture of Britain) is a tremendous asset. I work in the City and often chance upon sculptural features scattered around. Because of the incessant rebuilding which the City undergoes, sculpture gets moved here. It pops up in random places [Read More…]
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On the edge of the City is the attractive Elder Street. Now gentrified, it was no doubt a little more down at heel in the late 19th century, when Mark Gertler lived there at number 32. My office is 5 minutes’ walk away.