Sculpture 10

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May you tread the maze | with your fingers following | labyrinthine lanes

Peter Randall-Page’s Between the Lines 2007 Continue reading “Sculpture 10”


Sculpture 9

Hoa Hakananai’a
Hoa Hakananai’a

The famous thousand-year-old Easter Island statue Hoa Hakananai’a in the British Museum.
Taken from Rapa Nui in 1868 and acquired by the museum the next year.
The carvings on the back (not shown) were added later to the statue while it was in situ.
Standing nearly two and a half metres high Hoa Hakananai’a dominates Room 24, dedicated to the theme Living and Dying.

A transcript of the BBC radio broadcast on this object in its series A History of the World in 100 Objects.


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Vista of St Paul’s tower, Bristol, from Cabot Circus shopping complex.

This is one of several vistas created at the 21st-century Cabot Circus, using architectural features to frame architecture from an earlier period.

This looks towards the Georgian district of St Pauls, Bristol, with its refurbished terraces and redundant church, known locally as the ‘wedding cake church’ and reminiscent of a pagoda.


Sculpture 8


Angel bench ends, All Saints, Great Chesterford, Essex

Great Chesterford’s church dates from the 13th century though these pleasing angels, on benches currently in the chancel, look to me to be Victorian.

One of the four angels, tragically, has a broken wing but the remaining three look whole and entire. Continue reading “Sculpture 8”