In Pictures: Part Two of monumental sculpture show Beyond Limits at Chatsworth

By Culture24 Reporter | 25 October 2011
In Pictures: Here's the second part of our look at Beyond Limits, the group of 25 dramatic works in the grounds of Peak District stately home Chatsworth...

A photo of a huge sculpted horse in red and white in a country house estate
Damien Hirst's Legend, inscribed Pegasus, is part of a triumvirate of painted bronze works fashioned by the high-profile artist this year© Chatsworth House Trust
A photo of a man and woman in suits standing next to a large bright red sculpture on grassland
The Duke and Duchess of Devonshire take a look at Burning Desire, another striking expression of Marc Quinn's love for red© Chatsworth House Trust
A photo of a man and woman in suits chatting next to a large metal sculpture of a lion on grassland
Ji Yong-Ho unleashed his primal side for Lion, a 2008 work cast in stainless steel and used tyres© Chatsworth House Trust
A photo of a huge bronze sculpted head submerged in a lake among parklands
Visitor I, by David Breuer Weil, lurks in beautiful style, setting a "giant human form that has landed on earth from a great height" in bronze resin
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