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Published:August 7th, 2011 12:41 EST

Thousands Flock To See Giant Sculpture Of Woman Bathing In Lake

By Robert Paul Reyes

"A 13-foot-high, 67-foot-long sculpture of a woman bathing in an urban lake is attracting attention in Hamburg, Germany.

The sculpture, made from a steel cage covered with Styrofoam almost a foot thick by artist Oliver Voss, is a massive advertisement for the British beauty brand Soap & Glory."



"The Bather" is a masterpiece, plain and simple. It exemplifies art at its best: Accessible, fun and commercial.

A 67-foot sculpture of a woman bathing is art that appeals to everyone from a child to an adult.

I am so thrilled over this wonderful work of art, that I would stock my house with Soap & Glory products if they were sold in America.

Bravo Oliver Voss!

Bravo Soap & Glory!

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