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Eagle of Perth III
Eagle of Perth III
Eagle of Perth III
Eagle of Perth III
Eagle of Perth III
Eagle of Perth III
Eagle of Perth III
Eagle of Perth III

© the artist. Photo credit: Donald Stewart / Art UK

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This sculpture was inspired by a part of Perth’s history. In 1839 the Merchant Guild built a ship called ‘The Eagle’ to improve trade, particularly with the Baltic. The plump fish represents the prosperity that the merchants intended to bring to the city.

Date

2002

Medium

bronze

Measurements

H 170 x W 60 x D 30 cm

Accession number

PH1_DS_S002

Acquisition method

commissioned by Perth & Kinross Council

Work type

Sculpture

Owner

Perth & Kinross Council

Custodian

Perth & Kinross Council

Work status

extant

Listing status

not listed

Installation start date

2002

Installation end date

2002

Unveiling date

2002

Access

at all times


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