In brief, this large bronze figurative group depicts Edmond Van Beveren (central figure, leaning on a table) giving a speech to an aurience and protected or shrouded by a personification of Belgium.
Edmond Van Beveren was the founder of the dutch socialist party, founded in 1885. The Antwerp magazine 'The Worker' was also created by him.
1852 EDMOND VAN BEVEREN 1897
HIJ WAS DE VADER DER WEKERSBEWEGING IN VLAANDEREN
IL FUT LE PERE DU MOUVEMENT OUVRIRER EN FLANDRE
(He was the father of the dutch socialist/labour party) [founded 1885]
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|Accession||Presented to the city of Ghent by the artist|
Very nice print that requires supports and a brim. You might want to scale it up for more detail.