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Stephen Cox (sculptor)
|Born||1946 (age 74–75)
|Education||Central School of Art and Design|
He trained at the Central School of Art and Design, London, from 1966-1968. and attended the sixth Indian Triennale in 1986 in New Delhi, to represent the United Kingdom. His style mixes Italian, Egyptian and Indian traditions. He also works in wood, and has exhibited at the Royal Academy.
Cox's works include:
- 1986Atyeo, Bristol:
- 1988Song, Cairo Opera House (imperial : porphyry and white diorite stone)
- 1990Hymn, University of Kent: 
- 1991Osirisisis, Stockley Park business park, near Heathrow Airport (diorite stone) : 
- 1992Mantra, British High Commission, New Delhi:
- 1993Reredos: Christ the Saviour of the World, altar and font, St Paul's Church, Harringay, London: 
- 1993Mago, Fattoria di Celle – Collezione Gori, Pistoia, Italy: 
- 1993Echo, Broadgate Properties, Fleet Place, Ludgate, London:
- 1996Tribute Sculpture, British High Commission, Canberra (war memorial) :
- 1997Vessels: Adam and Eve, St Luke's Church, Chelsea, London:
- 1997Eucharist, Cathedral of St Nicholas, Newcastle Upon Tyne:
- 1998Rajiv Gandhi Samadhi, Vir Bhumi, Raj Ghat, New Delhi:
- 1999Faceted Column, Finsbury Pavement, London (sandstone, pictured) :
- 1999Tribute to Beato Surore, Hospital of Santa Maria della Scala, Siena, Italy:
- 2001Proslogion: to St. Anselm, Aosta Cathedral, Italy:
- 2005Altar to St. Anselm, St. Anselm's Chapel, Canterbury Cathedral:
- 2009 Tower Gateway of Lincoln College, Oxford Virgin Mary and Saint Midred:
- 2011Holy Water Stoup, Canterbury Cathedral:
- 2015Memorial to Edwin Lutyens and Figure Emerging, Mayfair, London: 
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- Cox, Stephen. "Apple Tree Yard Sculpture Honours Spirit of Lutyens". The Lutyens Trust. Retrieved 10 May 2019.
- Hancock, Michaila (3 June 2015). "Eric Parry completes St James's Square office". Architects' Journal. London. Retrieved 10 May 2019.
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