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Construction (Crucifixion)
Construction (Crucifixion)
Construction (Crucifixion)
Construction (Crucifixion)
Construction (Crucifixion)
Construction (Crucifixion)
Construction (Crucifixion)
Construction (Crucifixion)

© Bowness. Photo credit: Ian Davies / Art UK

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The sculpture was completed in 1966. It returned to Salisbury Cathedral after two periods on loan to Portsmouth Cathedral (from 1988 to 1997) and Winchester Cathedral (from 1997 to 2017). The sculpture weighs 2.5 tons and is one of an edition of three – the other two are in the US.






H 390 x W 470 x D 29 cm

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Acquisition method

bequeathed by Barbara Hepworth in 1976

Work type



Salisbury Cathedral


Salisbury Cathedral

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time restrictions apply

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Cathedral opening times


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Located at

Cathedral, Salisbury


In the southeast corner of the Cloister Garth in the quad of the Cathedral.