John Hoskin sculpture
John Hoskin [1921-90] trained as an architectural draughtsman, before starting to paint and sculpt in 1951. Following in the footsteps of Kenneth Armitage he became Head of Sculpture at the Bath Academy of Art, Corsham in 1957. Most of his sculptures are unique and constructed in welded mild steel or iron. His one-man shows included Grosvenor Gallery and Matthieson Gallery, London. A retrospective exhibition was held at the Serpentine Gallery, London in 1975. John Hoskin work is included in several public collections including the Tate Gallery [London].
A hugely underrated sculptor.
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John Hoskin - 'Horse' - welded iron - unique - 82 cm long