The resting shepherd I saw at the facade of a building in the "Haarlemmerstreet" in Amsterdam. The date is unknown but the stone cutter was inspired by some drawings of the artist Nicolaas Berchem (1620-1683). The house where it was placed was demolished in 1910 but the gable was saved and replaced in a postoffice hall way. When in 1989 a cash machine was installed it vanished for a while but was recovered in 1995, restored and replaced on the facade of an appartmentbuilding across the street.
Linking to "Signs, signs"