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A 1/4 resolution render of two Battle of Britain Memorials situated on the embankment in London, part of a project we are currently working on.
The Battle of Britain Monument in London is a superb monument to The Few - commemorating those people who took part in this vital battle of the Second World War.
The sculptor of the monument is Paul Day. The statue was cast by Morris Singer, which is the oldest established fine art foundry in the world and has cast many prominent statues and sculptures in London and around the world, including the lions and fountains in Trafalgar Square.
The monument utilises a panelled granite structure 25m long, originally designed as a smoke outlet for underground trains. A walkway was cut obliquely through the middle of the structure, and is lined with panels of high relief sculpture in bronze depicting scenes from the Battle of Britain. The outside of the monument is lined with bronze plaques listing 2,936 airmen and ground crew from 14 countries.
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