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To launch Enola Holmes – a film about Sherlock’s talented younger sister – we installed statues in cities around the UK celebrating the achievements of 4 real-life sisters who were overshadowed in the history books by their more widely known brothers.

The sisters were positioned next to existing statues of their brothers creating an interesting temporary intervention, which sparked a lot of conversation in the press. 
Maria Anna Mozart was a gifted harpsichord and fortepiano player who toured Vienna and Paris. When playing alongside Wolfgang as a child prodigy, Maria would often receive top billing but as she grew older, cultural pressures made it impossible for her to continue her career.
Above: Frances Dickens was a talented pianist and singer who studied at the Royal Academy of Music under a former pupil of Beethoven.  

Below: Princess Helena Victoria, sister of King Edward VII, was a founding member of the British Red Cross and President of the Royal British Nurses Association. She was a true champion of healthcare workers and spent much of her life campaigning for better working conditions, rights and pay.
Thomas Hardy’s sister Mary attended higher education and worked for several years as a teacher before being appointed Headmistress of Piddlehinton Village School – a significant achievement for any woman at the time.

After the activiation, the statues were donated to 5 different all-girls schools across the UK.