Summer 2016

The Case Of The Stolen Paintings. – Jenny Leonard.
(This blog post has been changed and is now less emotional and more about the facts!)

In short: My artwork is currently on sale London wide! Illegally!
3 of my paintings have been reproduced on mobile phone cases and ipad cases across high street stores in London. Mainly they are stocked in tourist souvenir shops in  Oxford street, Picadilly Circus, Leicester Square and surrounding areas in Westminster and Southwark. So far I have a list of around 20+ stockists, and there’s probably more out there as they seem to be everywhere!

I currently have a counterfeit case with Trading Standards and a private copyright lawyer who is helping me, if you see any of them please take photos and send to me! Or if you have any information regarding who the wholesaler is or where they are being reproduced please do get in touch. Any information is very much appreciated. At the moment they have been in circulation for around 3 years and I have known about it just over a year now… so starting to get the ball rolling to stop this.

Many thanks and I appreciate any help.

MAY 2015

The Westiminster bus will be out on Victoria Street permanently until further notice. The Party Bus sold at auction to a private buyer for £2,500 – that raised money for all the partner charities.

London bus tube poster Lord Mayor Westninster and bus


charity bus auction details







WHEN: 6pm Tuesday 24th March

Two of my buses will be up for auction to raise money for some great partner charities

Routemaster-60-Year-of-the-Bus-sculpture-Croydon-trail-TfL-Wild-in-Art-Jenny-Leonard-Poppy-the-Party-Bus-North-End-Centrale-Shopping-Centre-front-and-right-side Routemaster-60-Year-of-the-Bus-sculpture-Trafalgar-Square-launch-TfL-Wild-in-Art-Jenny-Leonard-Westminster-Bus-with-Big-Ben-in-background

“Year of the Bus sculptures, which have surprised and delighted Londoners and visitors to the city since they went on public display last October, will be auctioned for charity by Transport for London (TfL) – with the support of Christie’s -later this month. Members of the public wanting to attend the live auction in central London on 24 March should register their interest at on the
TFL website – Registration does not guarantee tickets due to capacity issues of the venue. Bids can now be placed online at with I-bidder. Money raised will be equally split between Kids Company, London Transport Museum and Transaid.”

Nicola Brady TFL