In fact, here's the chap himself with the sculpture, looking very arty and very very young (he was killed at only 23).
Henri Gaudier-Brzeska with 'Bird Swallowing Fish' in Kettle's Yard, University of Cambridge, 1914
(b/w photo), English Photographer, (20th century) / Private Collection / The Bridgeman Art Library
Here's something completely different. This is a Minton-style majolica teapot from around 1890, showing that the Victorians had a quirky sense of humour.
Take a look at the teapot.
Look at the accentuated round eyes,
the splayed tail of the little fish being swallowed,
the beak-like mouth of the big fish,
and the angle of the spout (formed by the little fish's tail).
Then take a look at the Gaudier Brzeska sculpture.
I wonder if his mum ever had a funny majolica teapot...?
(Read more about Gaudier Brzeska's sculptures here and here.)