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Robert Koenig has said 'I am interested in the culture of wood. As a student I enjoyed looking at the large carved wood reclining figures of Henry Moore, the sculpture of Gaudier Brzeska, Brancusi and Michelangelo and also the renaissance woodcarvers of Central Europe. They were all inspirational people but did not directly influence my work. I found my own way, decided what my personal concerns were and developed an inherited facility with working wood to make my statements.
H 218 x W 136 x D 3 cm
purchased by Harlow Art Trust and Harlow Council, 2009