Shepherd sculpture by Ronald Rae

Granite: 4x5x4ft 3.00 tons. Location: Private collection, Peak District. Sold.


A craggy sculpture of a shepherd and his sheep. This work was exhibited at St. John’s Church, Princes Street, Edinburgh and at the Glasgow Garden Festival in 1988. The sculpture has two levels of meaning – it could be an ordinary shepherd or The Good Shepherd. It is now appropriately sited in the fields of the Peak District where the sheep nestle and rub against it patinating the stone.

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