LONDON, March 4 (Xinhua) -- A cast-iron sculpture of an abstract human created by renowned British sculptor Antony Gormley, has won a permanent home in a remote scenic area of Scotland, the Landmark Trust, a charity, announced Saturday.
It's one of the five pieces of work collectively called LAND, which were created by Gormley in 2015 to celebrate the trust's 50th anniversary.
The abstract human sculpture known as GRIP was put on the rocks below Saddell Castle, while the others were placed near Landmark Trust buildings across Britain.
GRIP was originally due to be removed after 12 months display, but now wins permission from Argyll and Bute Council to permanently stay thanks to a mystery donor.
Gormley, a globally renowned artist, is best known for his work called "Angel of the North."
The Landmark Trust is a British building conservation charity that rescues historical buildings and makes them available for holiday rental.
Built in the early 1500s, Saddell Castle was eventually restored by the Landmark Trust, which now rents it out as a self-catering holiday property.