“At Goodman’s Fields we had the opportunity to create a landmark that celebrates British craftsmanship as well as the history of the local community.” (Berkeley Homes)
Hamish was commissioned by Berkeley Homes to create six life-and-a-quarter size bronze horses for the main Piazza at Goodman’s Fields, London – for which he was awarded the annual Marsh Awards for Excellence in Public Sculpture and Public Fountains in 2016 by the Public Monuments and Sculpture Association.
The Andalusian horse is known for its elegance and strength. Highly prized for thousands of years, this breed comes from the Iberian Peninsula and was used by the nobility as a war horse. Hamish’s proud Andalusian Stallion sculpture shows the long neck and broad chest characteristic of the breed.
This sculpture is Horse Andalusian Stallion Scale 1:7, an exact replica of the monumental sculpture.