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Motherfigure
Motherfigure
Motherfigure
Motherfigure
Motherfigure
Motherfigure
Motherfigure
Motherfigure

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One of a permanent installation of nine large sculptures along the River Thames at Putney, South London. The sculptor intended the sculptures to be viewed with an open and enquiring mind, without preconceptions of either form or meaning.

Date

2008

Medium

bronze & cement

Accession number

SW15_VA_S014

Acquisition method

gift from artist Alan Thornhill

Work type

Statue

Work status

extant

Listing status

not listed

Access

at all times

Access note

open to the public

Inscription description

MOTHERFIGURE / BY ALAN THORNHILL / THE PUTNEY SCULPTURE TRAIL IS SUPPORTED BY WANDSWORTH COUNCIL AND THE WESTERN RIVERSIDE DEVELOPMENT TRUST


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Located at

Deodar Road, Putney

SW15 2NN

At Putney Embankment.