Three statues and four reliefs. The main statue shows Robin Hood shooting an arrow, the two other statues show:
The four reliefs depict scenes from the stories of the merry outlaws (from right to left):
robin hood and little john
fighting on a bridge
robin hood, maid marian and
friar tuck with hounds,
fighting guy of cisborne's men
king richard the lionheart
joins the hands of maid
marian and robin hood
robin hood shooting his
Three plaques and all statues were signed: James Woodford R.A. 1951
and the Robin Hood statue also (not seen): cast by morris singer co ltd london s.w.8
this statue of robin hood
with its complementary
plaques was presented to
the city of nottingham
philip e.f. clay esq
to commemorate the visit
of their royal highnesses
the princess elizabeth
the duke of edinburgh
on the 28th june 1949
during this city's
- James Woodford (1893 - 1976), English sculptor from Nottingham (Wikipedia).
Sources & Information
Locatie (N 52°57'2" - W 1°9'12") (Satellite view: Google Maps)
Item Code: gbem003; Photograph: 21 October 2009
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