Lynn Chadwick – Standing figure

Stamped signature Chadwick and dated 76. Edition:  TBC / 30. NumberedL TBC. Dark patinated bronze on brass base. Height :3″ ABOUT THE ARTIST LYNN CHADWICK Standing figure 1976 Questions about this piece? NamePhoneEmail address*Call Back TimePlease selectAs Soon As PossibleToday – MorningToday – AfternoonTomorrow – MorningTomorrow – AfternoonSendThis field should be left blank Need assistance? 020 3137…

Robert Adams-Growing Form-

Robert Adams – Growing Forms

Materials: bronze with a light brown patina Measurements: 9.84 in. (25.00 cm.) (height) Markings: stamped with signature and dated ‘ADAMS/1953’ (on the underside) Exhibited: Hull, Ferens Art Gallery, Robert Adams: Retrospective exhibition of sculpture, paintings and drawings, April – May 1961, no. 17, another cast exhibited: this exhibition travelled to Newcastle upon Tyne, Hatton Gallery,…

Elisabeth Frink – Bird

Bird (1966), Bronze, Ed.5 of 7 Frink frequently portrayed animals in her work. Birds, in particular, began to appear in her sculpture shortly after the Second World War. They were used by her as vehicles for strong feelings such as panic, tension or aggression. They have also been read as having connotations of military might, particularly air…

Lynn Chadwick – Couple

Sitting Couple, 1977 Bronze Size: 7″ x 8.5″ Edition of 4 / 8 ABOUT THE ARTIST LYNN CHADWICK Pair of Sitting Figures Edition: 4 / 8 1977 Questions about this piece? NamePhoneEmail address*Call Back TimePlease selectAs Soon As PossibleToday – MorningToday – AfternoonTomorrow – MorningTomorrow – AfternoonSendThis field should be left blank Need assistance? 020…

Bernard Meadows – The Crab

Crab is the first and smaller of two almost identical crab sculptures which Meadows made in 1952. It was cast in an edition of six bronzes. The larger sculpture is known as Jesus Crab, because the first cast was acquired by Jesus College, Cambridge. Meadows’s crab sculptures were inspired by his war-time service with the Royal Air Force on the Cocos Islands in the…