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Ms Lapper, who herself lives with significant limb deficiencies (phocomelia), is best known for the statue depicting her nude and pregnant, that was unveiled on the fourth plinth in London's Trafalgar Square.
Quinn's work certainly doesn't lack for either ambition or the same paradoxical sense of serenity--witness, for example, his sculpture Alison Lapper Pregnant (2005), which adorned the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square from 2005 to 2007; or his 4.
Alison Lapper Pregnant, however, also reminds me that narrow criteria of normal and beautiful prevent me from seeing God's creation.
Carlos Negrete; music, Tom Keane; production designer, Regina O'Brien; costume designer, Vincent Lapper.
Damian Harper, 48, from Whiston, who has a hi-tech prosthetic leg, is one of four people featured on the BBC4 documentary, No Body's Perfect, with Rankin and Alison Lapper, tomorrow.
He is perhaps best known for his world-famous sculpture of the disabled artist Alison Lapper, who was pregnant when she modelled for the work in 2005.
Texnology manufactures needle looms, web drafters, profiling systems, turnkey lines and high-speed cross lapper systems.
Plans for a permanent sculpture were revealed and actress Kim Tserkezie, from CBBC's Balamory, and artist Alison Lapper unveiled a memorial plaque dedicating a rose to the victims.
GORDON LAPPER, of Olton, Solihull, is seeking information about players in this photograph of Pitmaston Secondary Modern School, who played in the South Birmingham Schools League in the 1948-49 season.
Richard Phillips, The Royal Bank of Scotland' Phil Owen, Lombard' Rod Lapper, The Royal Bank of Scotland' Adam Flanagan, The Royal Bank of Scotland & host' Tom Owen, AGD Equipment Ltd' Graham Handy, The Royal Bank of Scotland' David Bayliss, Adcocks Solicitors' Phil Bryant, Direct Wire Ltd' Claire Brunning, The Royal Bank of Scotland' Lyn Bryant, Direct Wire Ltd' John Butler, Mirage' David Williams, Quantum Leap' Peter Liddle, Quantum Leap
Marc Quinn's massive sculpture, Alison Lapper Pregnant, depicts a woman who was born with no arms and truncated legs.