Robert Clatworthy
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Robert Clatworthy, R.A. [1928-2015] - We specialise in the work of this artist and represent his estate - we have sculpture, paintings, drawings and prints for sale.
 
He studied at the Chelsea School of Art and the Slade, and joined the Hanover Gallery straight after leaving art school in 1952, showing alongside Francis Bacon, Giacometti, Picasso, Germaine Richier and Arp. Clatworthy moved to the Waddington Gallery, London in the early 1960s where he showed with great success. His work is included in many important collections including the Tate Gallery, who own 2 of his sculptures. Robert Clatworthy is represented by this gallery, he is a very underrated artist, mainly due to his unwillingness to play the art market game. As a sculptor of animals, Robert Clatworthy is probably the best ever. As a sculptor of heads and figures, he is one of the best, but his work requires time to fully appreciate it.

A book on the artist and his work was published in 2012 by Sansom - available on Amazon for around £30   
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ROBERT CLATWORTHY R.A. [1928-2015]
Seated Figure with Wall
1958
bronze, edition of 8 [1/8], 18.5 cm high

Provenance: private collection, UK [acquired directly from the artist]

Literature: 'Robert Clatworthy', Sansom, 2012, p.103, pl.RC53 [this cast illustrated]


      We have a large amount of Robert Clatworthy's sculpture, drawings and paintings - please click on 'see more of robert clatworthy's work' above which is an archive of his work - we may still have some of those 
ROBERT CLATWORTHY R.A. [1928-2015]
Figure on Column
2010
bronze, edition of 8 [1/8]
37 cm high
Provenance: private collection, UK [acquired directly from the artist]
Literature: 'Robert Clatworthy', Chapman, 2012, Sansom, p.155, pl.RC169 [this cast illustrated]


Standing Figure
1984
bronze, edition of 9
58 cm high

Provenance: private collection, UK
Literature: 'Robert Clatworthy', Chapman, 2012, Sansom, p.135, pl.RC132 [this cast illustrated]