Melbourne monument to poet Adam Lindsay Gordon (1931) by Paul Montford (1868-1938).  The son of a sculptor, Montford came to Australia in 1921, and created many sculptures in Melbourne, including The Court Favourite, Peter Pan and The Water Nymph.  http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/montford-paul-raphael-7627 ABC Audio program on Montford here:  http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/booksandartsdaily/the-work-of-paul-montford/4673682

Melbourne monument to poet Adam Lindsay Gordon (1931) by Paul Montford (1868-1938). The son of a sculptor, Montford came to Australia in 1921, and created many sculptures in Melbourne, including The Court Favourite, Peter Pan and The Water Nymph. http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/montford-paul-raphael-7627 ABC Audio program on Montford here: http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/booksandartsdaily/the-work-of-paul-montford/4673682

original location Bourke and Wills, Collins st and Russell st. 1865

The statue of Burke and Wills was originally placed at the intersection of Collins and Russell Streets Melbourne in The statue is now located at CITY SQUARE, south-east corner of Swanston and Collins Streets.

Postcard - Monument to Sir William Clarke, Treasury Gardens, Melbourne, 1907

Postcard - Monument to Sir William Clarke, Treasury Gardens, Melbourne, 1907

edmund fitzgibbon, 1908, james white.

Edmund Fitzgibbon Memorial - Cultural Artefact - eMelbourne - The Encyclopedia of Melbourne Online

South African War Memorial (South Australia) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

South African War Memorial (South Australia) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sculptures and Monuments go walkabout | Forum | Urban Melbourne

Queen's Street, Late Caption says, "Gothic magnificence is the Broken Hill Chambers." Old Days All Cities Melbourne - SkyscraperCity

Sculptures and Monuments go walkabout | Forum | Urban Melbourne

Sculptures and Monuments go walkabout


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