A Child Forever
This bronze sculpture is found in a small park across the road from the park with the fountain that I showed on Tuesday. Located in a children's playground it shows Peter Pan atop a gnarly tree and is inscribed "to the children at play". It is an exact replica of the sculpture found in Kensington Gardens and was commissioned by local residents in 1929 and unveiled on the same day as the fountain across the road. I'll show you some details of the creatures hiding around the base tomorrow.
It is a beautiful work.
I am still a child at heart. :)
Thought it looked like Peter Pan
Love Peter Pan! ;-)
Hey, I'm not planning to grow up either. ;))
I thought it looked familiar.
For the child that lives on in all of us!
Evidently intended to speak to that child in all of us.
Interesting sculpture. Childhood is such a special time. I'm looking forward to seeing more details.
A good subject for a sculpture. And it's beautiful work.
Beautiful work of art!
J'adore this whimsical creation Pat, totally delightful!
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