Sculptures not very famous in Edinburgh (2)

The sculpture, by Edwin Russell, is of an angel bringing a gift in the form of protein. It is nicknamed Harvey after William Harvey the sevententh-century scientist who described the circulatory system. (Image source: flickr / kaysgeog)
Sculpture of Woman And Child, by Anne Davidson from 1986 (Image source: en.wikipedia / kim traynor)
Sculpture by Tony Cragg part of the exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (with “Reclining Figure” by Henry Moore (1951) in the background) (Image source: flickr / <p&p>photo)
This sculpture was commissioned by Baillie Gifford and located next to what used to be their building, but is now occupied by Anderson Strathearn (next to Standard Life House towards Rutland Square). (Image source: flickr / Ross)
Named “The Call 1914”, the memorial was designed by R. Tait McKenzie in memory of EA Mackintosh, a 23-year-old Oxford Classics alumnus of Scottish descent who was killed in the Second Battle of Cambrai in 1917. (Image source: flickr / Lawrence OP)

Image of title, source: nl.wikipedia / jim gifford

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