Prisoner of conscience
(Issued by the BRITISH ART MEDAL SOCIETY ( BAMS ), 1989)

A chained, crouched figure in despair on the obverse, 'a symbol not only for the universal fate of man cramped by his own lack of imagination and damned by his conscience, but also the particular plight of a few indivicuals whose bodies are tortured for access to their minds'.
The reverse shows the athletic body, the inspiration of the Greek classical ideal, the complete antithesis of the chained man.
The medal, cast in bronze, measures 120mm.

Broadley, Ian Rank
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