OOSI Sculpture

Hare on Ball and Claw

1990 / Barry Flanagan / Columbus

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Flanagan's interest in ancient art and thought systems as ways to access universal meaning led him to the image of the hare. He acknowledges the book ""The Leaping Hare"" by George Ewart Evans and David Thomson as a source of inspiration in which the authors discuss the Egyptian hieroglyph for the hare as a symbol of being. The hare under discussion stands in a claw and ball, a motif associated with English Furniture , mounted n a pyramid.

Location: Sculpture Garden, 480 East Broad St | Previous Location: previously inside the museum

County

: Franklin

Citation

: Barry Flanagan, “Hare on Ball and Claw,” Ohio Outdoor Sculpture Inventory, accessed December 12, 2018, http://oosi.sculpturecenter.org/items/show/983.

Dublin Core

Title

Hare on Ball and Claw

Description

Flanagan's interest in ancient art and thought systems as ways to access universal meaning led him to the image of the hare. He acknowledges the book ""The Leaping Hare"" by George Ewart Evans and David Thomson as a source of inspiration in which the authors discuss the Egyptian hieroglyph for the hare as a symbol of being. The hare under discussion stands in a claw and ball, a motif associated with English Furniture , mounted n a pyramid.

Creator

Date

1990

Format

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Location City

Location County

Location Previous

previously inside the museum

Location Site

Sculpture Garden

Location Street

480 East Broad St

Installation Date

01/01/1997

Creation Date

01/01/1989