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This sculpture is a larger version of the stone carving at the Gibberd Garden. The cast was taken by Underwood shortly before his death. Although the clenched fist is associated with the symbol of Republican solidarity with those suffering in the Spanish Civil War, Underwood saw it standing as part of a greater peace movement. Michael Chase, former director of the Minories Gallery, who joined Harlow Art Trust in 1980, secured the piece from the Underwood family.




H 60 x W 75 x D 45 cm

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purchased by Harlow Art Trust, 1979

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Harlow Art Trust


Harlow Art Trust

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not listed

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The Stow, Harlow

CM20 3AS