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Farther than Any Man
Farther than Any Man
Farther than Any Man
Farther than Any Man

© the copyright holder. Photo credit: Middlesbrough Museums Service

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The sculpture of a cycling Captain Cook bursting out of the side of the museum has been cleverly created using discarded bike parts. With a torso created of cogs and bike chain, this sculpture perfectly embraces the Captain Cook theme of the third and final stage of the Tour de Yorkshire, 2016. Keith Peacock the artist has seen this as an opportunity to create a piece of public art in tribute to Middlesbrough's greatest son as a great honour.

Captain Cook Birthplace Museum

Middlesbrough


Date

2016

Medium

metal

Measurements

H 160 x W 120 x D 50 cm (E)

Accession number

A2019_4

Acquisition method

commissioned, 2016

Work type

Sculpture


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Normally on display at

Captain Cook Birthplace Museum

Stewart Park, Marton, Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire TS7 8AT England

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