GEOFFREY  CLARKE  R.A.  [1924-2014]

Bird 1, 1954, welded iron and stone, 72 cm high


     Clarke is one of the UK's         most important sculptors

           He was one of the:
'Geometry of Fear' sculptors      who caused such a storm            when exhibiting at the             Venice Biennale in 1952

He started as a welder in iron       and represented the UK 
                     3 times 
       at the Venice Biennale            more than any other artist

Warrior  [Man as Fortress]

welded iron 
[on aluminium base]
signed and dated
42 x 36 x 26 cm

   Geoffrey Clarke         Later sculpture - aluminium

Two Troughs and Flat Bar, 1964, aluminium, 163 cm long


         In the late 1950s he invented a technique of                          sculpting and casting in aluminium 
    producing incredibly original brutalist abstracts 



     edition of 5 [1/5] - probably unique
                        17 x 12 x 3.5 cm

                                     Contact:   Keith Chapman

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