Messenger of Peace was the winner of a 1986 competition - Sculpture for Peace - to celebrate Manchester’s status as the world’s first Nuclear Free City.
The bronze sculpture of a stylised seated woman on a low stone plinth can be found on Cooper St near St Peter’s Square. There are bronze birds on the plinth and on the woman’s lap.
MESSENGERS OF PEACE THE WORLD’S FIRST NUCLEAR FREE CITY SPONSORED BY THE PLANNING COMMITTEE OF MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL
View the Manchester Art Gallery Online Collections page for this work.
This sculpture is located between Mosley Street and Princess Street.
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