Lynn Chadwick sculpture
Lynn Chadwick [1914-2003] originally trained as an architectural draughtsman, but moved quickly to sculpture producing metal mobiles during the 1940s. He was commissioned to produce 3 works for the 1951 Festival of Britain exhibition. Chadwick represented the UK at the Venice Biennale in 1956, winning the International Sculpture Prize, beating Giacometti. There are several books on the work of Lynn Chadwick including a complete catalogue of his sculpture. Chadwick now has an international reputation and is included in most major public collections.
LYNN CHADWICK R.A. [1914-2003]
'Diamond', 1983, bronze [double-sided], 7.5 cm high