Mother bird sculpture from the UK’s National Gallery of Art
Mother bird sculptures have been unveiled in Britain’s National Galleries for the first time in decades.
The sculpture, named Mother Bird, was created by artist and sculptor, Margaret Linton.
The work is on display at the National Gallery in London.
It was designed by Linton’s son, Paul Linton, who also designed a statue of a rooster in the British Museum in London, as well as two murals of birds.
“I am honoured to have had the opportunity to be able to design a sculpture like Mother Bird.
It is something that has been in my mind for a long time, and I think it’s a very beautiful work,” said Paul Lienst.
The Mother Bird sculpture was created in 1874.
It is an extraordinary piece of art.
It has a great resonance with what we are doing here in London,” he added.
The National Gallery said the sculpture was an expression of the work’s cultural importance, and it was a fitting tribute to the country’s history.”
Mother Bird is one of those extraordinary works that are often overlooked, because of its size, the time and the history of its creation,” said curator of the National Gallerie, Peter Haines.”
It’s a wonderful piece of history and it’s really interesting to be shown in the National Gantries.
“We know it is a very significant work and we can’t wait to show it in the new gallery.”
This is a great place to do that.
It’s the right place for it.