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These were the sculptor's first major works in Britain and the subject of heated controversy due to the figures' nudity in a public setting.
Temporary outdoor displays of sculpture can also be seen at the Royal Academy and the Chelsea College of Arts.
In 2010 Westminster City Council inaugurated the City of Sculpture project, which has seen contemporary sculpture installed in locations across the borough.
Aldwych is a crescent at its eastern end created during urban improvements in the early 20th century.
Among the examples of architectural sculpture in this area, Jacob Epstein's reliefs of the Ages of Man for Zimbabwe House (originally the British Medical Association building) are of particular note.
Charles Barry's 1840 redesign of the square provided plinths for equestrian monuments to George IV and William IV, but sufficient funds were never raised for the latter statue.
Most of the memorials since added have had a military or naval flavour, an exception being the statue of the physician Edward Jenner, erected in 1858 but moved to Kensington Gardens only four years later.
He bequeathed a total of 13 works, mainly by Canadian sculptors, to the institution.
Not all of those works are within the remit of this list, as some are situated indoors or in the adjacent borough of Camden.
Separate articles list works in the aforementioned areas and architectural sculpture across the borough.
There is more public sculpture in the City of Westminster than in any other area of London.
The statue was proposed to mark the bicentenary of Mozart's death in 1991.