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My Love

Tania Kovats (born 1966) My Love, 1995 Sculpture from Plant bulbs, with seeds in resin Tania Kovats' garden series explores the metaphors of illness, specifically in relation to AIDS and Cancer and the ...

Peruvian Percy

Alma Ramsey (1907-1993) Peruvian Percy Sculpture in primitive style stoneware, circa 1929 210mm x 145mm The sculptor Alma Ramsey studied at the Royal College of Art during 1927-30. She was taught by Gilbert ...

Pink Perfection I

Tania Kovats (born 1966 ) Pink Perfection I, 1995 Sculpture from plant bulbs, with seeds in resin Tania Kovats' garden series explores the metaphors of illness, specifically in relation to AIDS and Cancer ...

Pink Perfection II

Tania Kovats (born 1966) Pink Perfection II, 1995 Sculpture from plant bulbs, with seeds in resin Tania Kovats' garden series explores the metaphors of illness, specifically in relation to AIDS and Cancer ...

Plaits

Alma Ramsey (1907-1993) Plaits Thrown clay sculpture, circa 1955 150mm x 120mm The sculptor Alma Ramsey studied at the Royal College of Art during 1927-30. She was taught by Gilbert Ledward and Henry ...

Prayer

Lee Tribe Prayer (in memory of Tom Bendhem), 2004 Steel 300mm x 170mm Lee Tribe was an apprentice and journeyman, boilmaker/plater at the London Docks (1961-69). He studied at Thurrock Technical College ...

Purple Gem

Tania Kovats (born 1966) Purple Gem, 1995 Sculpture from plant bulbs, with seeds in resin Tania Kovats' garden series explores the metaphors of illness, specifically in relation to AIDS and Cancer and ...

Randolph Turpin

Randolph Turpin 2001 Randolph Turpin was born in Leamington Spa in 1928. With his brothers he took up boxing, and was managed by George Middleton. On the 10th July 1951 Turpin defeated Sugar Ray Robinson ...

Sick Stick One

Laura Glassar (born 1975) Sick Stick One, August 2002 Sculpture from metal stick Sick Sticks reveal the hidden but sometimes deadly consequences of society's obsession with beauty and the ideal body. ...

Sick Stick Two

Laura Glassar (born 1975) Sick Stick Two, August 2002 Sculpture from metal stick Sick Sticks reveal the hidden but sometimes deadly consequences of society's obsession with beauty and the ideal body. ...

Silence

Lyndall Phelps (born 1958) Sculpture from Knitted surgical masks in four colours blue, red, white and green, 2001 This work was purchased with support from The Wellcome Trust Silence is part of a body ...

Stet No. 14

E. de Waal Stet No. 14, 2009 Sculpture, white lacquer cabinet and porcelain vessels 600mm x 420mm x 85mm This sculpture comprises 14 long thin vessels, 13 white and 1 yellow, with cream and ...

Study For a Boy's Head

Francis Henry Albrecht Jahn (1871-1967) Study For A Boy's Head Plaster on a marble base 282mm x 259mm

The Choirboy

Francis Henry Albrecht Jahn (1871-1967) The Choirboy Bronze on wood base 540mm x 400mm

The Meeting

Ronald Harrison Mather (21st June 1912-1993) The Meeting, 1975 Wood carving sculpture

The Pugilist

G. Nisini The Pugilist Bronze on marble 230mm x 100mm Bronze sculpture of a seated naked man in the classical style and pose, he is looking to the right. 'Pugilism' is the art or practice of boxing. This ...

Touch

L. Phelps Touch, 2010 Sculpture, weight bag This sculpture comprises multiple slings and weight bags made from cream floral-patterned fabric, glass, metal and sand. It is designed to relate to ...

Touch

L. Phelps Touch, 2010 Sculpture, weight bag This sculpture comprises multiple slings and weight bags made from cream floral-patterned fabric,glass, metal and sand. It is designed to relate to ...