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Sculptor and Painter Karl Broodhagen, 93, Dies

BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS.- Barbadian sculptor and painter Karl Broodhagen, 93, died at his home. His works are in many private collections and galleries all over the world. He is known for three bronze public statues that are landmarks. One is the statue of Sir Grantley Adams, first premier of Barbados. The second statue is the Emancipation Statue, also known as the "Bussa" statue, after the leader of an 1816 slave revolt. The third statue is of legendary Barbadian cricketer Sir Garfield Sobers in full swing.

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