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List of public art in SomersetDescription : This is a list of public art in the Somerset county of England. This list applies only to works of public art on permanent display in an outdoor public space. For example, this does not include artworks in museums. Page:l808

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This is a list of public art in the Somerset county of England. This list applies only to works of public art on permanent display in an outdoor public space. For example, this does not include artworks in museums.

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ImageTitle / subjectLocation and
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DateArtist / designerTypeMaterialDimensionsDesignationOwner / administratorWikidataNotes
Blake statue bridgwater.jpgStatue of Robert BlakeBridgwater

51°07′42″N 3°00′14″W / 51.1282°N 3.0039°W / 51.1282; -3.0039
1898F. W. PomeroyStatueBronze, limestone and graniteGrade II*Bridgwater Town Council
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SilicaBig Lamp Junction, Weston-super-Mare

51°20′50″N 2°58′34″W / 51.3471°N 2.9761°W / 51.3471; -2.9761
2006Wolfgang Buttress4 metres (13 ft) wide at the base. 30 metres (98 ft) high.North Somerset CouncilLit by LEDs at night
The Willow Man - geograph.org.uk - 472863.jpg
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Willow Man'

51°09′02″N 2°58′52″W / 51.15046°N 2.9812°W / 51.15046; -2.9812
2000Serena de la HeyBlack maul willow withies over steel frame.40 feet (12 m) high.Q2899308Burnt down in 2001 and rebuilt.
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Sir Bevil Grenville's MonumentLansdown, Bath

51°25′53″N 2°23′58″W / 51.431389°N 2.399444°W / 51.431389; -2.399444
1720Ashlar stone masonry,25 feet (8 m) high.Grade II* listed building, scheduled monumentQ7526126
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The Ancient MarinerWatchet

51°10′56″N 3°19′45″W / 51.182084°N 3.329038°W / 51.182084; -3.329038
2003Alan Herriot7 feet (2.1 m) highWatchet Market House Museum Society
SomersetSpaceWalk-The Sun (open side).jpg
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Somerset Space WalkBridgwater and Taunton Canal

51°03′45″N 2°59′20″W / 51.0626°N 2.9888°W / 51.0626; -2.9888
1997Pip Youngman22-kilometre (14-mile) longQ7559907
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The GlassblowerNailsea

51°26′03″N 2°45′14″W / 51.4342°N 2.7540°W / 51.4342; -2.7540
2008Vanessa MarstonBronzeNailsea Town Council
Industria Virtute Et Labore - geograph.org.uk - 360943.jpgIndustria Virtute Et LaboreYeovil
Bishop's Palace, Wells. Adam and Eve sculpture.jpgAdam and EveBishop's Palace, Wells

51°12′33″N 2°38′32″W / 51.209111°N 2.642105°W / 51.209111; -2.642105
E. J. ClackWood
Bishop's Palace, Wells. Sculpture.jpgThe Weight of Our SinsBishop's Palace, Wells

51°12′33″N 2°38′32″W / 51.209111°N 2.642105°W / 51.209111; -2.642105
2010Josefina de Vasconcellos
Queen Square Obelisk 4.jpg
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Frederick, Prince of WalesQueen Square (Bath)1738Grade II listed buildingShortened after a gale in 1815.
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Edward VIIParade Gardens, Bath1901-1910Newbury Abbot TrentBronze
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Jubliee ObeliskRoyal Victoria Park, Bath

51°23′10″N 2°22′23″W / 51.3862°N 2.3731°W / 51.3862; -2.3731
1837
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Wellington MonumentBlackdown Hills

50°56′53″N 3°13′45″W / 50.9480°N 3.2293°W / 50.9480; -3.2293
1854Thomas LeeTriangular towerCalcareous Grit80 feet (24 m) wide at the base and 53.34 metres (175.0 ft) high.Grade II* listed buildingQ7981443
Hoodmonument.jpgAdmiral Hood MonumentCompton Dundon

51°06′05″N 2°43′17″W / 51.101356°N 2.721306°W / 51.101356; -2.721306
1831Henry GoodridgeTuscan columnAshlar110 feet (33.5 m) highGrade II* listed buildingQ4683688
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Burton Pynsent MonumentCurry Rivel

51°01′18″N 2°53′21″W / 51.021667°N 2.889167°W / 51.021667; -2.889167
1767Capability BrownPortland Stone140 feet (43 m) highGrade I listed buildingQ5000900
Sculpture at Dillington House - geograph.org.uk - 492401.jpgDillington House
Kingalfredsmonument.jpgAlfred the GreatAthelney

51°03′33″N 2°56′05″W / 51.0593°N 2.9346°W / 51.0593; -2.9346
1801Sir John Slade, 1st BaronetStoneAncient monument, Grade II listed buildingSite of Athelney Abbey
Queen Anne statue Minehead.jpgQueen AnneMinehead1791Francis BirdCarrara marbleMoved to current site in 1893.
Minehead , South West Coast Path - geograph.org.uk - 1212265.jpg
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The Hand That Holds The MapMinehead

51°12′36″N 3°28′24″W / 51.2099°N 3.4733°W / 51.2099; -3.4733
2001Owen CunninghamSteel and welded galvanised iron3 metres (9.8 ft) high and 3 metres (9.8 ft) wideStart of the South West Coast Path
Rvpgreatdelstatue.JPGJupiterRoyal Victoria Park, Bath

51°23′10″N 2°22′23″W / 51.3862°N 2.3731°W / 51.3862; -2.3731
1839John OsborneBath StoneHead 183 centimetres (72 in) high. Base and pedestal 600 centimetres (240 in) high.
Romulus, Remus and the Wolf - geograph.org.uk - 128687.jpgRomulus and Remus

51°14′20″N 2°37′00″W / 51.2390°N 2.6166°W / 51.2390; -2.6166
1945Bonded cast concreteCreated by Gaetano Celestra an Italian prisoner of war at a nearby camp.
Spirit of Carnival - geograph.org.uk - 152530.jpgWest Country CarnivalBridgwater

51°07′42″N 3°00′14″W / 51.1284°N 3.0039°W / 51.1284; -3.0039
2005
Statue of John "Yankee Jack" Short at Watchet Marina - geograph.org.uk - 1527853.jpgJohn ShortWatchet

51°10′56″N 3°19′45″W / 51.182084°N 3.329038°W / 51.182084; -3.329038
2008Alan HerriotBronzeWatchet Market House Museum Society
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