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FRANCE 1914

About this project

The Black and Gold Portoro Marble Sculpture FRANCE 1914 by Simon Burns-Cox was made in aid of PoppyScotland to commemorate the ending of The First World War. It will be on display for three years from 2016-2019 at the following venues: The Peoples’ Palace Museum, Glasgow, The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow, and The Riverside Museum, Glasgow. At the end of the Exhibition, The Sculpture will be auctioned in aid of the charity.

Pricing

£150 — £50000

Keywords

France 1914, black and gold marble sculpture, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and museum Glasgow, marble, stone, lettercarver, garden sculpture, interior sculpture, lettering, contemporary sculpture

Disciplines

Stone working, Design, Conceptual, Lettering, Traditional

Materials

Stone, Mixed Media
Rhapsody by Simon Burns-Cox
Green Guatemalan Marble with a Portland Stone base. Suitable for all types of gardens and interiors.
War and Peace by Simon Burns-Cox
Italian Carrara Marble and Polyphony
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