Nic Fiddian Green’s 30 ft high sculpture of a horse’s head drinking at London’s Marble Arch has become one of the city’s most popular landmarks. His single-minded concentration on the horse as subject has earned the British sculptor a dedicated following, with huge monumental work placed on sites in Moscow, Philadelphia, Dubai, Paris, Bombay and Beirut to name but a few.
For those of you with a little less room to house a weighty horse head, Sladmore Contemporary, which has been supporting Fiddian Green from the start on his journey to international acclaim, has this smaller version in bronze. Measuring 16 inches high including the base, it comes in an edition of 25 and is priced at £9,500. At its gallery in Bruton Place, it carries an exhibition of Fiddian Green’s magnificent horses heads at all times.
Sladmore Contemporary, 32 Bruton Place