Now THIS is how you make an Arthurian statue! HOly crap, how have I not seen this before? As with all things, people apparently accused the English Heritage of it being too corny (heh, corny, cornish, get it?) but come on – look AT IT!
“Perched above the Atlantic breakers (is) the imposing bronze statue of a regal figure clutching a sword and gazing back across the ruins of Tintagel castle and towards the Cornish mainland…“
The statue is called Gallos – Cornish for power, and was made by Rubin Eynon.