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Guds hand

26 Jun

Carl Milles sculpture Guds hand, God’s hand in English, can be seen on many places in the world. Tokyo, Melbourne, Beijing and Millesgården at Lidingö is a few example of cities where you can see God’s hand. But the original sculpture stands in the city park of Eskilstuna. Carl Milles, a Swedish sculptor best known for his fountains, had his own left hand as role model for this sculpture. He said that the hand, more than any other body part, spoke about the character of a man.

Carl Milles sculpture Guds hand, God's hand, at the city park in Eskilstuna. You can fid out more about Carl Milles and God's hand at my blog.

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Posted by on June 26, 2011 in Eskilstuna, Photo

 

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