Mural Of The Queen Unveiled At St Christopher's Place

Laura Reynolds
By Laura Reynolds Last edited 24 months ago
Mural Of The Queen Unveiled At St Christopher's Place

A mural of Queen Elizabeth II has been unveiled at St Christopher's Place near Bond Street station to mark the monarch's 90th birthday.

Muralist Frederick Wimsett created the 3x3 metre portrait, which features British wildlife and plants in the background. It can be seen on the corner of Barrett Street and James St.

The mural will be in situ for six months, after which it will be auctioned off at the St Christopher’s Place annual fundraiser, One Great Day, to support Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.

Last Updated 19 April 2016

MattFromLondonist

Nice. Though really it should be on Great Queen Street. I wonder if there are many other murals of QEII around town? I can only think of one - the Boris Anrep mosaic beneath One New Change: https://londonist.com/2011/04/...