Wednesday, December 9, 2015

"Businessman On Horse"

I showed you this sculpture back in 2010 but thought I would try for new image with different lighting. You can see the other one if you click on the McElcheron label below. It is one of many from William McElcheran's Businessman series.

21 comments:

Karen S. said...

Very nice! He looks like he's relaxing and enjoying the day!

EG CameraGirl said...

I think he looks exhausted. It must have been a busy day. ;)

Karl Demetz said...

Nice statue, but from this angle he looks a bit tired...

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I'm not sure why but this sculpture made me smile Pat, I like it a lot :)

Luis Gomez said...

Just like Grace, the moment I saw the sculpture it brought a smile to my face.

Lowell said...

He's either trying for an "imperial" look or he's falling asleep and will soon fall off the horse!

Sharon Anck said...

I do love his "Businessman" series. These are such wonderful statues.

VP said...

It is an amazing series!

Revrunner said...

BIG hose, small rider--well, relatively small. :-)

Cloudia said...

Hero for our times? LOL






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cieldequimper said...

Oooh, this is different and I like it!

Christine said...

A really great statue!

Gosia k said...

so funny

genie said...

He looks to me to be taking a wee nap there before taking off again. Nice sculpture.

Lois said...

He does look tired!

Jack said...

I love love love this sculpture and the whole businessman series. I saw a pair of standing businessmen outside a gallery in Naples a few years ago. (Must check my blog to see if I showed them.) Did I mention that I love the sculpture?

Halcyon said...

You know I love "That Guy" sightings!

Andy said...

I like McElcheran's businessman sculpture icons. It's all new to me.

William Kendall said...

Peculiar and whimsical!

Taken For Granted said...

That businessman has a strange relationship with the horse. He is rather a great horseman or he has no idea where he is going as he has no bridle or saddle to control the horse. Interesting statue.

Tom said...

Drunk?