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Virginia Woolf (1882–1941)

© the artist. Photo credit: Maureen Rice

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A life-size bronze statue of the writer Virginia Woof sitting on a bench overlooking the River Thames. The sculpture is sited in Richmond where Woolf and her husband Leonard lived for ten years and set up the Hogarth Press.

Virginia Woolf (1882–1941)





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funded through the Virginia Woolf Statue Campaigns public donations

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Unveiling date

16th November 2022


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Located at

Upper Terrace, Richmond Riverside, Richmond upon Thames


Located beside the Thames in Richmond.