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  • Posted June 16, 2010 by Sandra Vermeulen Viewed 3757 times

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George Grard is considered one of the most important figurative Belgium sculptors of the 20th century. His momnumentale bronze female figures were highlights in the squares and parks in several Belgian cities. His most renowned is undoubtedly Fat Mathilde [youtube.com] in Ostend (or official La Mer). He died in 1984.

Look at both sides,
maybe you will find the other side better looking.

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    • # Pintã©R Orsi

      "maybe you will find the other side better looking" :D :D :D
      i visit the blog and i'm laughing all night :D my friends are the funniest bloggers ;)
      nice pics, i think the b&w are better :)

      2010.06.24 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Jon Laysell

      Love the difference between the mono and the colour. When I saw the mono I thought it was made of stone. Now I've seen the colour version I presume it's some copper-based metal.

      2010.06.17 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Tomie Poodle

      my fav is color and backside...not for what you think!! just because reflection is more sharp...believe me ;)

      2010.06.16 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Paul

      I like the idea of the "flip"side....if I had to choose #4 is my favourite!!

      2010.06.16 Edited Reply Cancel