Gebed (english. Prayer) is a lifesize marble group by Belgian sculptor Guillaume Charlier (1854-1925). The sculpture depicts two figures, a woman (presumably a mom) kneeling infront of a young lad (her son). The girl is apparently pregnant as the son listens to her belly. The bit holds value to the allegory of the relationship between mom and son (like the Pieta).
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