Dockers sculpture. - The lifesize sculpture of London dockworkers was sculpted by Les Johnson (London)

The lifesize sculpture of London dockworkers was sculpted by Les Johnson, and erected in The Docklands area in which it stands is now a prestigious exhibition and business community.

Dockers sculpture. - The lifesize sculpture of London dockworkers was sculpted by Les Johnson (London)

The lifesize sculpture of London dockworkers was sculpted by Les Johnson, and erected in The Docklands area in which it stands is now a prestigious exhibition and business community.

Antoine Serra - La grève des dockers à Marseille contre la guerre d'Indochine - 1950

Antoine Serra - La grève des dockers à Marseille contre la guerre d'Indochine - 1950

A Working Class Statue Is Something To Be… | Londonist (pictured - One of our favourites, the Dockers Sculpture lurks beside the ExCel centre at Royal Victoria Docks. The three workers represent actual people: John Ringwood, a former seaman; stevedore Patrick Holland; and Mark Tibbs of Canning Town. It’s by Les Johnson and stands about three metres high.)

A Working Class Statue Is Something To Be… | Londonist (pictured - One of our favourites, the Dockers Sculpture lurks beside the ExCel centre at Royal Victoria Docks. The three workers represent actual people: John Ringwood, a former seaman; stevedore Patrick Holland; and Mark Tibbs of Canning Town. It’s by Les Johnson and stands about three metres high.)

A Working Class Statue Is Something To Be… | Londonist (pictured - One of our favourites, the Dockers Sculpture lurks beside the ExCel centre at Royal Victoria Docks. The three workers represent actual people: John Ringwood, a former seaman; stevedore Patrick Holland; and Mark Tibbs of Canning Town. It’s by Les Johnson and stands about three metres high.)

A Working Class Statue Is Something To Be… | Londonist (pictured - One of our favourites, the Dockers Sculpture lurks beside the ExCel centre at Royal Victoria Docks. The three workers represent actual people: John Ringwood, a former seaman; stevedore Patrick Holland; and Mark Tibbs of Canning Town. It’s by Les Johnson and stands about three metres high.)

Stevedore, illustration from 'Four And Twenty Toilers', engraved and printed by Edmund Evans at the Racquet Court Press, pub. by Grant Richards, London, 1900 (colour litho)

Stevedore, illustration from 'Four And Twenty Toilers', engraved and printed by Edmund Evans at the Racquet Court Press, pub. by Grant Richards, London, 1900 (colour litho)

Statue of a Docker | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Statue of a Docker | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Quentin de Torre Berastegui (1877-1966)   Docker of Bilbao   Portrait Bust

Quentin de Torre Berastegui Docker of Bilbao Portrait Bust

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