Artist's winged horse and unicorn form part of exhibition of monumental sculpture.

This article titled “Damien Hirst’s mythical creatures appear at Chatsworth House” was written by Mark Brown, arts correspondent, for The Guardian on Thursday 8th September 2011 20.51 UTC

After sharks, sheep and cows in formaldehyde, Damien Hirst is moving on to mythical creatures, and while they may be unpickled, they are still not quite in pristine shape.

Two new Hirst works will go on public display at Chatsworth House in Derbyshire next week.

The newest, Legend, is a winged horse that has been partly surgically flayed, exposing muscle and bone. The other is a unicorn called Myth, with skin removed from its legs.

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