Owl Of Minerva Standard
This is not a sculpture of an owl. This is the Owl of Minerva – a conjunction of image and text; a concept piece.
An iconic line from Hegel’s Preface to The Philosophy of Right, an intimation of modernity, is a resonant reference for the client who wanted to commission something for a London garden.
Also, a Palladium is a token of household goodwill – after Pallas Athene, whose emblem is the owl.
Bronze Owl. Carved Oak column.
2.6 metres high
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