explains that this work is symbolic rather than figurative.
"This represents the tomb of King Arthur. I think Arthur
was buried in the upright position - not horizantal as is usual.
In the front are four semi-circles symbolizing the sun and time
continuing. Arthur is not dead he lives on with the rising and
setting of the sun. In the back there is an empty space in the
shape of a sword ... or maybe a cross - Arthur was a Christian.
On the top there are two crowns - an expression of the power of
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