A selection of works both large and small , please contact for a full file of available works .

 

Philip Jackson lives and works in West Sussex where he divides his time between producing gallery sculpture and public commissions. He has recently completed a major sculpture which is the central feature of a memorial to the 55,500 men of Bomber Command that died during World War II. It was unveiled in Green Park, London, on 28th June 2012 by HM The Queen.

Philip Jackson’s gallery works have the ability to convey the human condition through the skilful use of body language. Whether with robed, masked or faceless figures reminiscent of 18th century Venetian procurators, graceful, delicately poised works such as Saraband, or the prestigious, figuratively detailed monumental public social figures for which he is often commissioned, Philip Jackson’s work moves people. Imposing and operatic both in narrative and in their presence, Jackson’s works are powerful and beautifully sculpted.

Hauntingly elegant or theatrically enigmatic, individually or cloistered together, the meticulously precise posturing of the work creates an overwhelming sense of drama from which emanates highly charged emotions, secrets, conspiracies and intrigues.

Philip Jackson has produced some of Britain’s best known public sculptures including the figure of the late Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother for her National Monument in The Mall, which was unveiled by HM The Queen in 2009. Amongst his other works in London are The Gurkha Monument in Horse Guards Avenue, The Young Mozart in Orange Square, The In-Pensioner outside the Royal Hospital, Chelsea and the giant figure of Bobby Moore in front of the new Wembley Stadium. Works outside of London include the equestrian sculpture of HM The Queen in Windsor Great Park, the Falklands War sculpture for the Royal Marines at Portsmouth, St Richard outside Chichester Cathedral, Constantine the Great at York Minster and also Empress Elizabeth of Austria in Geneva.

 

Significant Public Statues and Monuments:

  • Joan Littlewood, Theatre Royal, Stratford East, London
  • Sir Simon Milton, Tower Bridge, London
  • War Memorial, Brighton College, Kemptown, Sussex
  • Mahatma Gandhi, Parliament Square, London
  • Bomber Command Memorial, Green Park, London
  • Korean War Memorial, Embankment, London
  • HM Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother Memorial, The Mall, London
  • Resistance Sculpture, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, London
  • Sculpture of Terence Cuneo, Royal Engineers Barracks, Chatham
  • The Gurkha Memorial, Horse Guards Avenue, London
  • The Wallenberg Monument, Great Cumberland Place London
  • The In-Pensioner sculpture – The Royal Hospital, Chelsea, London
  • The Young Mozart, Orange Square, London
  • Bobby Moore sculpture, Wembley Stadium, London
  • Sir Alf Ramsay, Wembley Stadium, London
  • The Champions sculpture, London Borough of Newham
  • HRH the Duke of Edinburgh, Crown Estate,Windsor
  • HM The Queen – equestrian sculpture, Windsor Great Park
  • St John the Evangelist, Roman Catholic Cathedral, Portsmouth
  • St Richard, Chichester Cathedral
  • Christ in Judgment, Chichester Cathedral
  • The Yomper – The Falklands War Memorial Sculpture, Portsmouth
  • Archangel Gabriel sculpture, South Harting Church, West Sussex
  • St George sculpture, Linch War Memorial, West Sussex
  • King George VI, Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth
  • The Founders Sculpture, St Margaret’s Convent, Birmingham
  • The Peace Sculpture, St Peters’s Square, Manchester
  • Sir Matt Busby, Manchester United Football Club
  • The United Trinity sculpture Manchester United Football Club
  • Sir Alex Ferguson, for Manchester United Football Club
  • Constantine the Great, York Minster,York
  • Lord Glenconner, Mustique,West Indies
  • The Wallenberg Monument, Buenos Aires,
  • Sissi – Empress Elisabeth of Austria, Geneva
  • Jersey Liberation Sculpture, St Helier, Jersey