Google+ London Architecture Blog: Daily Focus #14 Quentin Hogg statue, Portland Place

Friday, 22 March 2013

Daily Focus #14 Quentin Hogg statue, Portland Place

Quentin Hogg. Photograph is author's own.

Quentin Hogg statue, Portland Place, W1B was designed by George Frampton and completed in 1906. The bronze statue is of Quentin Hogg reading to two young boys and the portland stone memorial pedestal is also in memory of Alice Hogg and members of the Regent Street Polytechnic (now Polytechnic of Central London) killed in the world wars. The statue was Grade II listed in 1970.

The statue with BBC Broadcasting House in the background. Photograph is author's own.
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