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| October 12, 1981, London, United Kingdom|Enzo Plazzotta Wikipedia
Enzo Plazzotta (29 May 1921 – 12 October 1981) was an Italian-born British sculptor.
Plazzotta was born in Mestre, near Venice, and spent his working life in London. He is best remembered for a fascination with and study of movement in bronze - the human form, horses, ballerinas, and for his female studies, many of which adorn London's streets. He died in London, aged 60.
Public works include:Camargue Horses stands on the Waterside Terrace at the Barbican Centre, London
Crucifixion in the College Gardens of Westminster Abbey.
Homage to Leonardo stands in Belgrave Square, London.
Jeté, 1975, on the corner of 46-57 Millbank, Westminster, London (based on David Wall).
The Helmet,(1964) in the grounds of Lewes Priory; commissioned by Sir Tufton Beamish
Two Brothers - Boys Town, Nebraska.
Young Dancer sits opposite the Royal Opera House in Broad Street, off Bow Street, London.