Sculpture by Maker

Philip Jackson - Biography

(1944-). Born Scotland. Educated at Farnham School of Art and worked for Henry Moore. Awarded Sir Otto Beit Medal in 1991, 1992 and 1993. In 1991 Jackson won the Mozart Bicentenary Sculpture Competition to provide a statue of the composer in Belgravia, London. Other public commissions include The Yomper (Eastney, Hampshire, 1992), Jersey Liberation Sculpture (St Helier, 1995), Wallenberg Monument (London, 1997; Buenos Aires, 1998), The Gurkha Monument (Horse Guards’ Avenue, London, 1997), Minerva (Chichester, 1997), Constantine the Great (York Minster, 1998), St Richard (Chichester Cathedral, 2000), The In-Pensioner (Royal Hospital, Chelsea, 2000) and George VI (Britannia Royal Naval College, 2002). An equestrian statue of Elizabeth II, commissioned by the Crown Estate for the Golden Jubilee, will stand in Windsor Great Park. Jackson is Fellow and Vice-President of the RSBS. He lives and works in Midhurst, West Sussex. (Source: Jackson, 2002)

The works of Philip Jackson:

Anne Boleyn, Ticehurst

Christ in Judgement, Chichester

Cocking History Column, Cocking

Minerva, Chichester

Pope Joan, Chichester

Sior Maschera (Masked Man), Worthing

Statue of St. Richard, Chichester

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