Deposition by Anthony Caro, 2000

Christ's College Chapel, St Andrew Street, Cambridge, sited in the ante-chapel and inspired by Rembrandt's picture of the Deposition from the Cross. It is of rolled steel.

 

 

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  • mira66 2y

    No
  • David 2y

    A school?
  • mira66 2y

    An English person's answer would be 'no'.
  • David 2y

    Hmmmm. A place of education?
  • mira66 2y

    Yes, in a building within a place of education
    (This is the new helpful me.... blame Magnus.....I think I am making it even more obscure, but there you go...)
  • David 2y

    Library?
  • mira66 2y

    No, not a library
  • David 2y

    Is this building part of a university?
  • mira66 2y

    Yes, it is
  • David 2y

    An East Anglian University?
  • MAGNUS PARK 2y

    A Hall as in dining ?
  • mira66 2y

    David It is in East Anglia, but it isn't the University of East Anglia

    MAGNUS PARK Not a hall of any description but another type of building altogether. Do you recognise the sculptor?
  • MAGNUS PARK 2y

    mira66 No--- it feels familiar -crucifixtion - deposition - probably way out- c'est la vie - stately home - as in what's not 'educational'--- hints of 'futurism' - I'm not too good on sculpture-----------------------------
  • David 2y

    Cambridge?
  • mira66 2y

    MAGNUS PARK Very good, go for deposition.... think Rembrandt.....

    David yes, indeed, Cambridge
  • MAGNUS PARK 2y

    The Fitzwilliam?
  • mira66 2y

    No, it's not in a museum.
  • ChurchCrawler 2y

    Christ’s College, St. Andrew’s Street – sited in the ante-chapel. It is by Anthony Caro.
  • mira66 2y

    Oh very well done. It is based on Rembrandt's Deposition, hence the clue. You get the bonus too.
  • MAGNUS PARK 2y

    mira66 Thanks for the bonus---------------
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