British Sculpture
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London, Cork Street

British Sculpture

7 - 30 April 2012


With British sculpture very much in the limelight as we near the end of the Royal Academy's controversially broad and inconclusive survey of the medium. Flowers will bring together the work of six key figures in post-War and Contemporary Art: The late Denis Mitchell, with his roots very much in St Ives and greatly influenced by Barbara Hepworth; Brian Wall who was one of Hepworth's assistants in the 1950s; Sir Anthony Caro widely acknowledged as a master of the medium and one of his students and erstwhile President of the Royal Academy, Phillip King; Royal Academician Michael Sandle's monumental, often memorial-themed sculpture and the public presence of Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, best known perhaps for the vast 'Newton' which sits outside the British Library.

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