Paul Lancz's sculpture depicting mother and child in white marble, has in a short time become the most favourably talked about piece of art in the city. Unlike the ubiquitous mother and child themes, his representation is unique, in that the figures depict two equally significant entities expressing devotion to one another. The child kisses the mother's hand, the mother the child's forehead. In a world where everything is violable nothing sacred especially human beings Tenderness stands out as an infallible symbol of indestructibility and invulnerability.
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