The Comrade’s Reward

Taking the form of a traditional allegorical garden sculpture, this nineteenth century genre is reinterpreted in an eclectic and contemporary way as it deliberately references antiquity and unfashionable ideas of heroism and folly within a camp and knowing artifice.

THE COMRADE'S REWARD William Eicholtz 2004 (2016)
THE COMRADE’S REWARD William Eicholtz 2004 (2016)

Werribee Park, Vic. Australia

Image: © Gary Light
Creative Commons: (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)

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