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Hare Hill
Hare Hill
Hare Hill
Hare Hill
Hare Hill

© the artist. Photo credit: Courtesy of Jupiter Artland Foundation

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'Hare Hill' is an exact replica of the type of bomb carried by the German Junkers Ju 88 plane during the Second World War. The bomb is cast in rubber and sits on a black granite plinth in a gap in Jupiter Artland’s boundary wall. Mounted on the boundary wall nearby is a bronze cast of a model Junkers Ju 88.

Jupiter Artland

Edinburgh


Date

2012

Medium

rubber, granite & bronze

Measurements

H 159 x W 39 x D 40 cm;
H 27 x W 2 x D 35 cm;
Plinth: H 160 x W 40 x D 124 cm

Accession number

JAC201226

Acquisition method

site-specific commission

Work type

Sculpture


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Jupiter Artland

Bonnington House Steadings Wilkieston, Edinburgh, West Lothian EH27 8BY Scotland

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