One Horse Power by W J Ophelia Gordon Bell (1883 - 1973)

Sale price£250.00


This powerful sculpture was a sketch-model for a larger version of the same subject. Created during Ophelia's early days in London, the inspiration came from seeing a shire horse being backed reluctantly into the shafts of a milk float. As well as being a brilliant representation of a man struggling to control a horse, the figures are also thought to be a metaphor for the battle between our conscious and our instinctive selves.

Height 25cms, 3.4kg



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