Peyton Skipwith

Figuring It Out

The Sculpture of Charles Wheeler


Lund Humphries/The Henry Moore Foundation 200pp £45 order from our bookshop

Elisabeth Frink: Catalogue Raisonné of Sculpture 1947–93


Lund Humphries 208pp £100 order from our bookshop

The human body has been at the core of sculpture’s creativity since the Ice Age, so it is no surprise to find from these two new scholarly volumes from Lund Humphries that it was also at the heart of both Charles Wheeler’s and Elisabeth Frink’s work. The Sculpture of Charles Wheeler is the latest in the ‘British Sculptors and Sculpture’ series, which has done so much to raise public awareness of the rich diversity of British sculpture of the last century and a quarter. 

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