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The Horses of Helios

The Horses of Helios
The sculpture in 2011
Artist Rudy Weller
Year 1992 (1992)
Type Sculpture
Material Bronze
Subject Aethon, Eos, Phlegon, and Pyrois
Location London, United Kingdom

The Horses of Helios, also known as The Four Bronze Horses of Helios,[1] is an outdoor 1992 bronze sculpture by Rudy Weller, located in London, United Kingdom.[2] It depicts Aethon, Eos, Phlegon, and Pyrois, the four hoses of Helios, Greek god of the sun.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "The Horses of Helios – Haymarket/Piccadilly Circus, London, UK". Waymarking. Retrieved 3 November 2014. 
  2. ^ "From the Art: The Four Horses of Helios". ThirdWay (Hymns Ancient & Modern) 31 (9): 12. November 2008. Retrieved 3 November 2014. 

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External images
An Ovid Reader: Selections from Seven WorksFig. 1. (pg. 84), (2014)
  • In pictures: MadforArts: Horses of Helios, BBC News
  • Horses of Helios, Vanguard Holdings
  • Criterion Theatre: Piccadilly Circus (pg. 34), London's Theatres (2002)

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