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Vulcan Sir Eduardo Paolozzi

By Scaramanga
Vulcan Sir Eduardo Paolozzi
(2000) bronze

Eduardo Paolozzi was born in Edinburgh in 1924, and his images are drawn from an interest in post-war science, technology and the mass media. Vulcan by Eduardo Paolozzi is over 7 metres tall and was commissioned by Parabola Estates for their award winning Central Square
building. The sculpture appears to be of a humanoid machine, a monument to the modern age. Vulcan was the Roman god of fire and patron of craftsmanship and is shown with a
hammer as the tool of his trade.

Tags: General Black and white Specialist and abstract

Voters: mrswoolybill, jdenman, Joline and 52 more

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Comments


mrswoolybill Plus
10 1.1k 1767 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2008 12:12PM
Really excellent. I've tried to get a decent picture of that foot, and totally failed. The light is critical. Very well judged and composed.
Moira

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jdenman 9 18 5 Spain
17 Sep 2008 12:19PM
Two excellent images !
John
Joline Plus
11 28 53 United States
17 Sep 2008 12:31PM
Intriguing sculpture. I think v2 is my choice, though. It show the strength of it's namesake.
mikbee 10 3 8 Scotland
17 Sep 2008 12:46PM
I like No 2 here.It puts me in mind of all these statues that littered Eastern Europe at the height of Communism.Not built for their aesthetic qualities,but bold graphic lines to get the message across !!!
Good close ups here and nicely lit too.
Mick.
photophantom 9 108 3 Philippines
17 Sep 2008 1:00PM
Artistic
Nettles 10 England
17 Sep 2008 1:08PM
Two excellent shots well taken.
I think I like version 2 a little better, a very powerful image.
Annette
GalleryGirl 10 4 2 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2008 1:17PM
Superb. V1 is my favourite. Great mono.
Marilyn x
taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
17 Sep 2008 1:20PM
Good choice to use mono for these images!
Jennnn
Ray42 9 3 England
17 Sep 2008 1:31PM
Intriging sculpture - like the toning
gary_d 9 576 13 Wales
17 Sep 2008 1:32PM
Two great shots and the mono works well. - gary
Strobe 10 1.3k United States
17 Sep 2008 1:51PM
Excellent images, especially V1
TyChee 12 275 1 United States
17 Sep 2008 2:05PM
Two great shots. Nice use of B&W.
Ty
Mikelane 10 1 Wales
17 Sep 2008 2:48PM
Two excellent images ,lovely lighting ,excellent well captured ps congrats on your 2-1 win last night,regards
Mike
lonely_oryx 10 61 55 England
17 Sep 2008 2:48PM
Super detail
dawnmichelle 10 12 United States
17 Sep 2008 3:03PM
amazing shots
sunshot 12 24 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2008 4:08PM

Quote:Two excellent shots well taken.
I think I like version 2 a little better, a very powerful image.

just what i was thinking

marc

woolybill1 Plus
11 22 70 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2008 4:15PM
Superb detail captures and treatment. Congratulations on both versions. I have a very slight preference for #2.
Bill
piccy 11 8 Wales
17 Sep 2008 4:23PM
Nice shots - I rather like v1 myself.
Freda
Buffalo_Tom 11 2.3k 9 Wales
17 Sep 2008 5:55PM
Excellent close up Andrew and very different and interesting.
Tom.
dmhuynh72 9 44 3 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2008 6:05PM
excellent mono images
regards
yung
JBA 9 341 1 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2008 6:15PM
Thought it was some cool abstract. Now i know what it is i still think its a cool abstract. great shot.
Jon
Rende 10 38 4 Netherlands
17 Sep 2008 6:49PM
Wonderful abstract that works a treat in B&W.
Rende
danbrann 13 636 17
17 Sep 2008 6:59PM
cannot get my head around V1 but V2 is tremendous.
pascalg 10 37 France
17 Sep 2008 7:23PM
excellent set !
imagio 11 12 1 England
17 Sep 2008 7:33PM
Excellent Andrew, fab mono's

Bernie
bayleaf 10 8 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2008 9:17PM
Super images.

John.
AnneWorner 10 620 43 United States
17 Sep 2008 9:27PM

Quote:I like No 2 here.It puts me in mind of all these statues that littered Eastern Europe at the height of Communism.Not built for their aesthetic qualities,but bold graphic lines to get the message across !!!
Good close ups here and nicely lit too.
Mick.


Agree with this. Wrt v1, I like it a lot also, it's almost an abstract the way it is photographed. Really enjoy seeing this in mono.
Anne
derekv 10 3 England
17 Sep 2008 10:39PM
Excellent shots, Andrew, love the mono treatment.
Derek
Adam_H 9 62 United Kingdom
18 Sep 2008 8:42AM
Both images are super, V2 i like.
Adam..

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