Children a Life-size Bronze Sculpture Allegory by James Muir Bronze Allegorical Sculptor-Artist


Children a Life-size Bronze Sculpture Allegory by James Muir

"Children"

Life-size 4 feet high

edition 12 + 1

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Fleeing before the storm clouds of war, a little refugee
girl, herself still merely a child, gives comfort and
reassurance to her own doll-child.

Through it all, she reflects the uncertain innocence and
trust of all little children inheriting a world not of their
making yet filled with the hope of creating a better future
for themselves and for their own “war-child’s children.

A lifesize “Special Presentation” of “Children” is now in the permanent
collection of the Auschwitz –Birkenau Holocaust Museum in Poland

Children a life-size bronze sculpture allegory by James Muir

Children a life-size bronze sculpture allegory installation by James Muir

HISTORICAL NOTE: Depicts a young European refugee girl from the 1930's with a pre-1929 Kathe Kruse doll made in Berlin.