of previous generations vandals and we do not hesitate to call them vandals. How is this different in spirit and intention? Ownership does not give the right to remove and destroy, or even the right to sell.”
In common, it seems, with a few other Londoners, this reporter hastened down the Strand to Agar House, to view the eighteen bones of contention. A solemn-faced London policeman on traffic duty on the corner was unable to point them outâ€”had never noticed them. Industrious and courageous neck-craning in the midst of a busy street finally was rewarded with a glimpse of some of the figures four stories above the street, obscured by the thick cloak of soot and grime that covers most of the city’s buildings. They are almost impossible to see. Artist Epstein should welcome their removal to a more convenient location.