BBC News reports the death of British Pop artist Gerald Laing:
Laing’s most famous works included images of actresses Brigitte Bardot and Anna Karina.
In October this year, he showcased a series of paintings and drawings of [Amy] Winehouse in London.
Laing was also a sculptor and created a statue of Sherlock Holmes that stands in Edinburgh and also the Exiles, a statue at Helmsdale that recalls the Highland Clearances in Scotland.
Four Rugby Players at Twickenham Stadium, Ten Dragons at London’s Bank Underground Station and The Glass Virgins at Standard Life’s building in Edinburgh are among his other sculptures.
It was understood Laing had been battling cancer.