Born 1936, London.
Nicholas Monro attended Chelsea School of Art from 1958-61. He taught at Swindon School of Art from 1963-68 and at Chelsea College of Art in London.
In 1969 he was given an Arts Council Award and included in the exhibition Pop Art Re-Assessed at the Hayward Gallery. In 1972 his twenty-foot high fibre glass King Kong was set up in the Bull Ring, Birmingham as part of the Peter Stuyvesant sponsored Sculpture for Public Places Scheme.