The stainless steel sculpture, by Richard Bartle, featuring seven life-size doves perched on the chimney of Browns Bar next to the Peace Gardens, was inspired by Pablo Picasso’s visit to the Second World Peace Congress held in the Sheffield, England in 1950. The artist used the original poster, designed by Picasso, as a template to create the sculpture, in celebration of the memory of Picasso and the cause of peace.

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