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Madonna and Child

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Author: Anthony McIntosh
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Location

Street:The Street / Cow Lane
Town:South Harting
Parish:Harting
Council:Chichester District Council
County:West Sussex
Postcode:GU31
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Object setting:Inside building
and in:Religious
Access is:Public
Location note:South transept of the Church of St. Mary & St. Gabriel next to the Cowper family tomb.
In the AZ book:West Sussex
Page:78
Grid reference:A4
The A-Z books used are A-Z East Sussex and A-Z West Sussex (Editions 1A 2005). Geographers' A-Z Map Company Ltd. Sevenoaks.
OS Reference:SU783193

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Makers

Name : Karin Jonzen
     Role:Sculptor

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General Information

Commissioned by: Church of St. Mary & St. Gabriel
Construction period:1985
Installation date:1985
Work is:Extant
Owner custodian:Church of St. Mary & St. Gabriel
Description:A modern style Madonna and Child. The standing figure of the Christ child leans against the torso of the Madonna. The sculpture sits on a polished wooden plinth.

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Classification

Categories:Sculptural, Religious
Object type1:Statue
Object type2:Sculpture
Subject type1:Figurative
     Subject subtype1:Torso

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Object Parts

Part 1:Statue
     Material:Bronze resin, patinated blue / green
     Height (cm):85
     Width (cm):48
     Depth (cm):40
Part 2:Plinth
     Material:Wood
     Height (cm):87
     Width (cm):47
     Depth (cm):47

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Object Condition

Overall condition:Good
Risk assessment:No known risk
Date of on-site inspection:02/04/2008

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History

History:The statue was commissioned in 1985 to replace a 14th century Spanish, wooden Madonna and Child that had been stolen from the church.

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Author: Anthony McIntosh
Copyright: Creative Commons




Author: Anthony McIntosh
Copyright: Creative Commons




Author: Anthony McIntosh
Copyright: Creative Commons

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