King Arthur at Tintagel, Cornwall. On the cliff by his castle.
Sculptor Rubin Enyon creates unforgettable public artwork using a variety of mediums—from wood and stone to iron and bronze. His recent work, Gallos, was installed in April 2016, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean on the cliffs of Tintagel. The stately 8-foot-high bronze sculpture was not only inspired by the legend of King Arthur, but also Tintagel Castle’s history. Commissioned by English Heritage, the public sculpture is located in Tintagel, a village in Cornwall, known as the legendary site of King Arthur’s conception.
“all the great legends are templates for human behavior.
i would define a myth as a story that has survived.”
credits: rubin enyon- sculptor, selectcornwall.co.uk, british medieval history, english heritage