William Tucker (1935- )
These haunting, even clumsy, figures represent three of the earliest Greek gods. The smallest, Ouranos, god of the heavens, is positioned as if mediating between two of his children, Kronos and Rhea. The forms, although seemingly abstract, are vaguely recognizable as a foot, a horse’s hoof, and a pointing finger.
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