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Skulptur uden navn

Bronze sculptor from 1980, mounted on granite. Made by the sculptor and silversmith Søren Georg Jensen (1917-1982), son of the famous silversmith and designer Georg Arthur Jensen.

This sculptor was developed from ”Aurora Septentrionalis”, a sculptor made for The Danish Institute in Rome.

Aurora, sister of Sun and Luna (Moon), personify dawn and in both works you will see references to the rising sun.

A similar sculptor, made in tufa stone, is standing on ”Toldboden” in Copenhagen.