A winsome bronze figure of a boy atop a pier piling feeding a single fish to a mother sea lion and her cub; mounted on serpentine marble. Sculptor, Charles Parks 1922-2012, American, circa 1975; An expressive and representative meditation on the innocence and uncomplicated perfection of the natural world. 1 2
height: 19 in. 48.25 cm., width: 9 in. 23 cm., depth: 9 in. 23 cm.
Further readings and sources:
- About Charles Cropper Parks, The Man Behind the Art http://www.charlesparksbook.org/about-charles-parks/ ↩
- The “Near-Immortality” of Charles Parks’ Symbolic Sculptures. Author Pam George and photographer Kevin Fleming examine the esteemed sculptor in their new book, “Charles Parks: The Man Behind the Art.” Delaware Today, October 2, 2016. www.delawaretoday.com ↩