Humphry
Humphry
Humphry
Humphry
Humphry
Humphry

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The cat is sitting on a round granite plinth which is mounted on a square stepped base.
Title

Humphry

Date

1992–1997

Medium

bronze & granite

Accession number

NW1_CRH_S072

Acquisition method

commissioned by London Borough of Camden Council

Work type

Statue

Owner

London Borough of Camden Council

Custodian

London Borough of Camden Council

Work status

extant

Unveiling date

6th October 1997

Access

time restrictions apply

Access note

Garden opening times.

Inscription description

north face, stainless steel plaque with incised black letters: "Humphry" / by / Marcia Debra Solway / 1958-1992 / unveiled by The Worshipful / Councillor Ray Adamson / Mayor of Camden / 6th October 1997

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Located at

Old Gloucester Street, Holborn

WC1N 3AD

Located in Old Gloucester Street Gardens, just outside the Alf Barrett children’s playground.