Fine Arts: The time of the wolfhound on London’s streets
Irish sculptor Patrick O’Reilly’s triumvirate of bronze works is on public display in the British capital until the end of October
In a time of turbulence and uncertainty, be it pandemic or political, what better way to capture the often-yearned-for innocence, companionship and trust of our youth than through a giant bronze teddy bear? Or perhaps a life-size sculpture of man‘s best friend?
A triumvirate of such bronze sculptures, created by Patrick O‘Reilly, is currently on display on the streets of London until the end of this month. O‘Reilly, one of the country’s leading...
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