Fountain

Lord Drogheda

Inscription

{Plaque on wall to left of sculpture reads:}
Eclipse by Angela Conner.
The waterfall was commissioned by The Economist in memory of Lord Drogheda, deputy chairman, July 1975 - July 1985.

The sculpture is moved solely by the weight of the water.

{The lower plaque reads:}
Warning. This water contains chemicals that could be hazardous to your health.

Site: Lord Drogheda (1 memorial)

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If this rather barren 60s paved area looks familiar perhaps you recognise it from the first scene in Antonioni's Blowup, from 1966.

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Lord Drogheda

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Lord Drogheda

Deputy chairman of The Economist, July 1975 - July 1985.

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