HC Deb 10 May 1939 vol 347 cc496-7W
Sir M. Sueter

asked the First Commissioner of Works whether he will arrange for 25 pieces of modern sculpture, suitable for open-air positions, at present stored at the Tate Gallery, to be disposed about the Queen Mary Garden and St. John's Lodge Garden and other public open spaces in Regent's Park under his control?

Captain A. Hudson

I have been asked to reply. The exhibition of further pieces of sculpture in Regent's Park would require very careful consideration. In any case, my right hon. Friend understands that certain re-arrangements of the sculpture at the Tate Gallery are being carried out and that nothing suitable for out-door exhibition is likely to be available.