David Jones Tribute
A head of David Jones – novelist; poet; dramatist; engraver; painter; lettering artist; essayist – sits upon a plinth of green oak. The plinth carries a quotation from Jones in 1959, ‘when asked to what end does my work proceed’ he hopes it will serve to be the maintaining of some sort of single plank in some sort of bridge.
This modernist served to break artistic ground in numerous mediums, yet at the same time was a witness to the historical connections and unbroken observances in culture and religion.
Bronze head upon a solid green oak plinth.
57 x 23 x 23 cms
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