Sadly, I don’t have time to write it up just now, so in the meantime enjoy a few choice photos
of Henry Moore’s bronze Locking Piece
(1968), on Millbank, just outside what is now Tate Britain. Remember, this is the site where Jeremy Bentham’s Millbank Prison
once stood. Somewhere behind that wall is where prisoners boarded ships for transportation to Australia.
Across the river is Vauxhall, with the MI6 Building and St George’s Wharf on the riverfront.
Thanks to Marwood Shipping Container Hire, the scene resembled a Jeffrey Smart
Filed under: Art, London by Ben.H