Memorial at Festival Gardens, Watling Street, near Cannon Street, City of London, EC4 commemorating Admiral Arthur Phillip, RN d. 1814
Bust of Admiral Arthur Phillip and two reliefs showing the landing in Australia now built into a small gabled structure.
Wall tablet in St Nicholas’s Church, Tooting, London commemorating Captain Philip Gidley King RN d. 1808
White marble neoclassical memorial with anthemion acroteria. Brass plate placed below it.
Wall tablet of Vice-Admiral Arthur Phillip RN, d. 1814 in Bathampton, Bath.
Above the inscription table an urn with a length of rope, anchor, cannon, sponge and shot.
Memorial at St Andrew’s Church, Jamaica commemorating Captain Thomas George Shortland RN d. 1827
Memorial in Broad Street, Portsmouth commemorating the First Fleet 1788
Sculpture in the form of a knot.
Memorial at St Andrew’s Parish Church, Kingston, Jamaica commemorating Captain Thomas George Shortland d. 1827
Wall tablet in Cookham, Berkshire dedicated to Admiral Sir George Young, RN d. 1810
Statue in the Botanic Gardens, Sydney, Australia depicting Admiral Arthur Phillip RN d. 1814
A 5m bronze statue of Phillip stands on a marble pedestal and looks towards Sydney heads holding the British flag and a charter of government. The base has reclining bronze figures of Neptune, Cyclops, Commerce and Agriculture. The two mythical figures replaced a planned figure of a minor and a sailor, following a government suggestion that classical figures would be better received by the public. The whole is designed as a fountain. Between the reclining figures, water spouts in the form of ships' prows and paired dolphins pour into clam shell basins. These are separated by consoles with bronze plaques depicting Aboriginal people
Memorial at Stowe, Buckinghamshire commemorating Captain James Cook RN. d. 1779
A globe on a plinth inset with an antique marble profile of a man, used as an ideal likeness of Cook. The memorial stands on a small island in a lake.
Plaque in Newlyn, Cornwall dedicated to Captain Richard Nicholls d. 1868
Slate plaque, the lettering gilded, a profile portrait of the lugger at the top.