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Philip Jackson

The Letter Maquette

The Letter Maquette

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  • Bronze Sculpture
  • Signed by Philip Jackson
  • Numbered edition of 8
  • 52cm x 5cm x5cm approximately


Philip Jackson is a renowned sculptor with an outstanding international reputation.

His ability to convey the human condition through skilful use of body language is legendary, producing figures both imposing and operatic in their narrative and presence, which are recognizable worldwide. Powerful and beautifully sculpted, Jackson's meticulously precise posturing of each piece creates an overwhelming sense of drama. Whether with the prestigious, figuratively detailed public monuments and statues for which he is often commissioned, or his hauntingly elegant and theatrically enigmatic gallery sculptures, Philip Jackson's work is truly awe inspiring - it never fails to move people.

Born in Inverness in 1944, Jackson now lives and works in West Sussex. He was appointed Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (CVO) in the Queen's Birthday Honours list 2009.

Below is a selection of Philip Jackson's significant public statues and monuments:

  • The Bomber Command Memorial Sculpture, Green Park, London.  Unveiled by HM The Queen, 28 June 2012.
  • Sculpture of Sir Alex Ferguson for Manchester Unitied FC.
  • National Memorial Sculpture to HM Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.  The Mall, London. Unveiled by HM The Queen.
  • Large sculptural head of Sir Alf Ramsay, for The Football Association, Wembley, London.
  • Large gallery piece 'Gale Force Nun' installed in Berkeley Square, London.
  • Arch Angel Gabriel sculpture for South Harting Church, London.
  • Sculpture of St. John the Evangelist, for Portsmouth Roman Catholic Cathedral.
  • Relief Sculpture for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office
  • Sculpture of Bobby Moore for the opening of the new Wembley Stadium.