Tag: Saturday sculpture

Sculpture Saturday #60

Leaving behind the posts of the past few weeks of works in the  Nagyharsány sculpture park in Villany, Hungary, I’m back looking at local civic structures. This striking sculpture by American sculptor Alexander Calder (1898 – 1976) was previously on display in La Colle… Continue Reading “Sculpture Saturday #60”

Sculpture Saturday #59

I’m still featuring individual works in the  Nagyharsány sculpture park in Villany, Hungary, which I wrote about a few weeks ago. This challenge is kindly hosted by Susan Kelly over at No Fixed Plans. Share a photo of a statue or sculpture – go… Continue Reading “Sculpture Saturday #59”

Sculpture Saturday #58

For the next few weeks or so, I’m going to look at some of the individual works in the  Nagyharsány sculpture park in Villany, Hungary, which I wrote about three weeks ago. This challenge is kindly hosted by Susan Kelly over at No Fixed… Continue Reading “Sculpture Saturday #58”

Sculpture Saturday #57

For the next few weeks or so, I’m going to look at some of the individual works in the  Nagyharsány sculpture park in Villany, Hungary, which I wrote about two weeks ago. This challenge is kindly hosted by Susan Kelly over at No Fixed… Continue Reading “Sculpture Saturday #57”

Sculpture Saturday #56

For the next few weeks or so, I’m going to look at some of the individual works in the  Nagyharsány sculpture park in Villany, Hungary, which I wrote about last week. This challenge is kindly hosted by Susan Kelly over at No Fixed Plans.… Continue Reading “Sculpture Saturday #56”

Sculpture Saturday #55

You might recall that we attended a wedding in June 2019 in Villany, Hungary where we took a wander around the nearby sculpture park of Nagyharsány which is a former quarry pit. The park is full of non-figurative sculptures and is quite a spectacle.… Continue Reading “Sculpture Saturday #55”

Sculpture Saturday #54

Here’s another of our local civic works. Appropriately enough this one is adjacent to the small fishing port in Cros-de-Cagnes. Rémi Pesce’s (1930 – ) “Poisson Lunaire,”  a 1996 bronze fish with a blue patina is totally at home in the sheltered port. Of… Continue Reading “Sculpture Saturday #54”

Sculpture Saturday #53

I might have run out of doors but fortunately that’s not the case with statues/sculptures. There are a number of local civic ones I want to show case but they’re situated on roundabouts and I typically have to dice with death (French drivers) in… Continue Reading “Sculpture Saturday #53”

Sculpture Saturday #52

Following on from one of our more recent trips to Seillans, here’s an open air bronze totem sculpture by the surrealist artist Max Ernst (1891 – 1976), who spent the last 12 years of his life in the village. His widow, Dorothea Tanning, offered… Continue Reading “Sculpture Saturday #52”

Sculpture Saturday #51

This bronze sculpture by Giacomo Manzu of a distinguished woman reclined in an oval chair is called “Tebe in Costume.” It was placed along Avenue d’Ostende in 1982 near the Princess Grace Theatre. In the background is Port Hercules, the coast of the La… Continue Reading “Sculpture Saturday #51”