In his sculpture, as in his other work, Arp linked together humans and animals, vegetable and inanimate objects, the organic and the inorganic. Such surprising fusions occur, for example, in Pagoda Fruit (1934; Clamart, Fond. Arp) and Mirror Leaf (1962; Locarno, Pin. Casa Rusca), while in Three Graces (1961; priv. col., see Trier, cat. no. 263) the figures of a woman and a column are brought together.