The sculpture suggests an upright, slightly bending form,
like a fisherman contemplating a fishing spot on the river. The piece recalls “Song of the Peach Tree Spring,” a poem by Wang Wei (AD 701-759) which begins “A fisherman sailed up a river,” and describes the barriers between
the world of men and the world of the immortals.
190 x 74 x 72 cm
Private collection, Way’s Mills, Quebec, Canada