The brightest of all images is the human body, we cannot look at it directly for long, it dazzles us. This is because, as the Greeks knew, it contains a god, Eros. P.J.Kavanagh, Ralph Brown, Sculpture & Drawings' Archer Gallery, London. 1972.
Lovers is one of a series of semi-abstract reliefs cast in bronze made by the sculptor Ralph Brown (1928-2013) in the 1970s. The bronze metal appears to be fluid and with its highly polished finish give the work a dazzling, sensual quality. The body of a reclining figure is just visible at the base.
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: BROWN, Ralph
: Lovers is one of a series of semi-abstract reliefs by the sculptor cast in bronze in the 1970s; the appearance of the bronze is fluid and with its highly polished finish gives the work a dazzling, sensual quality; the body of a reclining figure is just visible near the base
On Display at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, Temporary Exhibition Gallery 2 [formerly Balcony Gallery]
: Purchased with the assistance of the Gulbenkian Foundation, 1971.