Elisabeth Frink. The Sheep and Shepherd, bronze 1975. Paternoster Square, London. Image: R Richardson.

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Gallery on the Street – Public Art in the City

  • Thursday 16 May 2024
    (11am-1pm - Meet at Mansion House tube station (District and Circle lines)
  • Guide: Alexandra Epps

Discover the wealth of fascinating and often intriguing modern and contemporary public art in the shadow of St Paul’s Cathedral within the unique square mile of the City of London – creations ranging from the hand crafted to the high tech. The artists, their techniques, lives and influences plus the history of the fascinating streets where their work can be found will be explored.

Statement buildings in the city include Arts and Crafts, Beaux Arts, Edwardian Baroque and the arrival of the Modern Movement.



 Alexandra Epps is a Qualified Guide to the City of London, offering walks and talks about many aspects of the arts. An Accredited Lecturer for The Arts Society and Official Guide and Lecturer at Tate Modern, Tate Britain and the Guildhall Art Gallery. Member of The City of London Guide Lecturers Association and co-author of the book Lord Mayor’s Portraits 1983-2014

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