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Stranger VI / Dieithryn VI
Stranger VI / Dieithryn VI
Stranger VI / Dieithryn VI
Stranger VI / Dieithryn VI
Stranger VI / Dieithryn VI
Stranger VI / Dieithryn VI
Stranger VI / Dieithryn VI

© the artist's estate / Bridgeman Images. Photo credit: Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales

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This winged figure has both human and bird-like characteristics. With its wings outstretched it suggests a sentinel or guarding figure. But is it protective or threatening? Chadwick made his sculptures by welding iron rods. For 'Stranger VI 'he added a cement compound to 'fill out' the linear armature.

National Museum Wales, National Museum Cardiff


iron & cement


H 78.7 x W 92.5 x D 20.9 cm

Accession number

A 2514

Acquisition method

gift from the Gulbenkian Foundation, 1964

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National Museum Wales, National Museum Cardiff

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