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British Sculpture at Royal Academy

royallMany British galleries are focusing on British Sculpture this year and the Royal Academy in London is no exception. The first exhibition in over 30 years showcasing 20th century British Sculpture, Modern British Sculpture, open to promising reviews over the weekend.

An increase in auction house sculpture sales may be realised, some believe, since there are many other exhibitions, showcasing sculpture, running at the same time. Many new buyers are recognizing says Frances Christie, one of Sotheby’s directors, that sculpture creates the same impact as a painting.

Lynn Chadwick’s The Couple, is at Pangolin London through the 26 of February. The artist has bronze’s that range from £3,000 to £1 million. There are also prints and drawing as well.

Barbara Hepworth, one of the most important British artists of the 20th century, has a museum in her name, Hepworth Wakefield, opening in May. Works from the 1960s and 70s will be displayed in October at a show in the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds.

The Robert Bowman Modern in London is also has an exhibition of Modern British Sculpture.

Artists like Hepworth and Damien Hirst, are included at the RA’s show but missing are artists such as Antony Gormley, considered a one of the most important sculptors in Britain.

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