Samuel Johnson statue London ------outside St Clement Dane's church, Lichfield's Market Square~~~the spit "Dictionary" from Charlie Fletcher's Stoneheart
The Black Friar. The guardian of the Machine of Time and Places. He says to Edie, "I am three in one and one in three" He is priest, landlord, and guardian: Guardian of the Thresholds, Guardian of the Ways.
Samuel Johnson statue, London To discover what a "shaveling" is, the Gunner takes George and Edie to "The Dictionary" He tells them a shaveling is a monk - with a shaved tonsure, and a black monk is Black Friar at Blackfriar's further in the city.
40 Gargoyles and Grotesques Around the World Forbidden City – Beijing, China
London's British Museum pterodactyl gargoyle~~ another of Charlie Fletcher's StoneHeart 'spits & taints.
Château d’Amboise – Amboise, France. Photograph by Ben Aveling.
The Meeting Place, Paul Day, St Pancras railway station, London xxx
This dragon is a different breed to the other dragons.The Temple Bar Dragon Stands guard over the boundary between the City of London and the City of Westminster.
Ten of the greatest: Sculptures
'A sculptural monument, mausoleum and cenotaph': Royal Artillery Memorial at Hyde Park Corner
Royal Artillery Memorial at Hyde Park Corner. Four bronze figures of artillery men are positioned around a sculpture of a howitzer.
The project, founded by writers Neil Bartlett and Kate Pullinger, was inspired by Charles Sargeant Jagger’s statue of an anonymous First World War soldier reading a letter, which stands on platform one in London’s Paddington station.
Temple Bar in Paternoster Square: Temple Bar designed by Sir Christopher Wren and the only surviving gateway to the City of London.
Most people associate The Blitz with World War Two, but the first airborne terror campaign in Britain took place during.
This sculpture by George Segal in the West Village's Christopher Park honors the gay rights movement and commemorates the events at the Stonewall Inn, right nearby, that gave rise to the movement.