Lioness and Cub bronze sculpture by Terrence Robertson-Fall, based on a scene witnessed in the Serengeti in Tanzania, Africa.  18"x9"x6.75"

What is more passionate that the love of a mother for her child?  Perhaps the excitement a child, or a cub, feels as he explores the world, stretches his limits and searches for his own dreams.  It is the safety of the mother that makes it all possible, carefully watching over and caring for him.


Terrence and his wife were on a safari in the Serengeti, in Tanzania in 2010, and came upon a couple of lionesses lounging near a tree.  Terrence watched a single cub climbing all over one of the lionesses.  She quietly tolerated those sharp claws as the little guy had a ball using her as a big plush pillow.  He even practiced his growls and sneers, feeling quite comfortable and protected by mom and an aunt.

The sculpture is is mounted on a black granite base with gold flecks.

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Lioness and Cub

L: 18"  W: 9"  H: 6.75"