Lady Harimaguada is one of the iconic sculptures that belong to the work of Grancanarian sculptor Martín Chirino. Unveiled in 1996, it is located on the seaside avenue of the city.
When visitors enter the city from the south, they can see this work made of steel and finished in white paint, on the right-hand side of the motorway.
Chirino's work is highly present in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. A wide representation of his sculptures is kept and shown at the Fundación de Arte y Pensamiento Martín Chirino, held at the historic Castle of La Luz.
Link to Fundación de Arte y Pensamiento Martín Chirino website:
Besides, a scale reproduction of the Lady Harimaguada is the figure used as the award given in the International Film Festival of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
Link to Festival Internacional de Cine de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria website: