Bronze sculpture of Peter Pan playing his pipes on a tree stump surrounded by rabbits, mice, squirrels and fairies.
PETER PAN STATUE
presented by george audley esq
june 16th 1928
together with the two cannons
which were on the royal yacht
"victoria and albert"
Copies of Frampton's statue of Peter Pan are in London (Kensington Gardens), Liverpool (Sefton Park), Brussel (Egmontpark), Perth, W.A. (Queen's Gardens), Toronto (Glenn Gould Park), St. John's Newfoundland (Bowring Park), and Camden NJ (Rutgers University)
- Sir George James Frampton, RA (London 1860-1928), British sculptor (Wikipedia).
Sources & Information
- Terry Cavanagh, Public sculpture of Liverpool (Liverpool 1997).
- Liverpool Museums, Peter Pan statue.
Location N 53°22'53" W 2°56'8"
Item Code: gbnw010; Photograph: 23 October 2009
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