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L is for… Leaping Hare

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The hare is a recurring theme in the works of Barry Flanagan OBE (1941 – 2009).  This leaping example at Broadgate in London, hovers above a crescent moon and a bell.

Flanagan, originally from North Wales,  studied architecture in Birmingham and then went on to study sculpture at St Martin’s School of Art in London.

Linked to ABC Wednesday.

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