The Throne of Innocents

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A throne sculpture made from deactivated, recycled weapons and metal. The backrest is formed with anthropomorphic detail.

Herbert Art Gallery & Museum

Coventry

Title

The Throne of Innocents

Date

2012

Medium

metal & recycled weapons

Measurements

H 88 x W 107 x D 60 cm

Accession number

2013.32.VA

Acquisition method

purchased

Work type

Sculpture

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