A correct and delicate mind: Linda Marrinon recent sculpture
The purpose behind Marrinon's use of the traditions of nineteenth-century sculpture to investigate the type become clear. The statuette had the capacity to inspire and uplift. But if its technical and moral integrity is lost, the statuette becomes a bibelot, a mere decorative knick-knack. The risk of this was greater with a minor subject, such as a woman.
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