At the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, near Wakefield in Britain, we can admire Paul Cummins‘s last artwork, titled Wave. It’s red ceramics, imitating a poppies field, that shape a frozen wave starting in the lake and falling on the bridge, the observation point of visitors. This sculpture is part of his installation Blood Swept Lands and Seas, made a year ago at the Tower of London, to celebrate the centenary of World War I.

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