amo de paixão! :) "Tenho pensamentos que, se pudesse revelá-los e fazê-los viver, acrescentariam nova luminosidade às estrelas, nova beleza ao mundo e maior amor ao coração dos homens." ****FERNANDO PESSOAabraços e um ótimo final de semana!Léia
That it an amazing sculpture, and a beautifully shot image. Love the composition and light.
This piece of art reminds me of the figures created by American sculptor, George Segal, a true artist of human figures. I love this statue! How wonderful to have a Poets Park!!
Beautiful composition and light, JM, the sculpture is very nice too.What material is this, plastic?
@Karl: It's stone.
Um poeta e escritor muito especial. Gosto muito.
A curious, but very elegant sculpture for one of the greatest poets in the world.
What a fascinating sculpture!
I've never seen a sculpture like this. I really like it. It is interesting seeing this piece juxtaposed against the more natural stones on the back right. I especially love the texture on the coat. And I really do appreciate being introduced to a new poet! I will look him up immediately.
What an amazing sculpture, I like it. I'm disappointed with myself that I really don't know much about Fernando Pessoa - I'll have to research his work one day (translated into French, which I'm sure isn't quite the same... :(
wow, look at the detail in that coat. That must have taken a fair while to complete. A really well composed shot.Shaun
Great photo! I can see the patterns in the coat sculpture. Beautiful park!
Looks like a cool dude. Love this statue. :)
The great man in white. I have to read him again.
A poets park! Wonderful - as is the sculpture.
You have a park for poets? That's fascinating! I like the sculpture...he does look like a man of the early 20th century. My dad almost always wore a hat like that and a tie (not a bow tie, though)!
It's an unusual statue... many thanks for sharing it.
Boa perspectiva de um lugar que conheço tão bem. Abraço
It could be James Joyce, but I don't think he spoke Portuguese.
What a handsome piece of art. I like the texture in the coat.
I do know of this poet and unfortunately could not find much of it on the web though there was plenty of info about him.
As Kate wrote, this reminds «Louis» of George Segal's work...
I don't think I have ever heard of him before. I will have to check him out.
It's nice that he's being remembered.
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