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Some statements by Barbara Hepworth.
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Barbara Hepworth in the Palais studio at work on the wood carving Hollow Form with White Interior, "Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World" at Tate Britain, London. Other works by Barbara Hepworth. View all. Bidding closed. Barbara Hepworth, Alan Bowness. The Sculpture of Barbara Hepworth , Herbert Read wrote the foreword to Hepworth’s exhibition with Nicholson in and, as a long-time supporter of her work, it was appropriate that he should also write the introduction to Carvings and , he had done the same for Henry Moore in the Lund Humphries book Henry Moore: Sculpture and is significant to note the difference in the titles: for Hepworth.
17 Jun - Sculpture by Barbara Hepworth. See more ideas about Barbara hepworth, Sculpture and Sculpture art pins. Barbara Hepworth ( - ) is considered one of the leading sculptors of the 20th century. Her modernist work is organic in shape, with fluid contours that pierce through oval forms. Hepworth also produced a number of exquisite works on paper, describing her drawings as 'sculptures born in the disguise of two dimensions'.
Barbara Hepworth’s modernist sculpture was heavily influenced by natural landscapes and environmental forms. From St Ives to Greece she was inspired by . View Summer Dance by Barbara Hepworth on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Barbara Hepworth.
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Neat SC book of a Modern Art Exhibition in London at the Tate Gallery in showcasing British Artist Barbara Hepworth. Good condition extensive foxing on covers, light foxing on title page.
Bumped corners, rear lower corner of cover is folded. Publication of major monograph Barbara Hepworth: Carvings and Drawings, with an introduction by Herbert Read and statements by the artist.
Exhibition at the Lefevre Gallery, London, in October. 13 February, death of son Paul in RAF plane crash over Thailand. Barbara Hepworth [Barbara Hepworth] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Catalogue of the exhibition, April - May Text by Herbert Read. Profusely illustrated in black and white.
With biography and biographical notes. 8vo pp. 40 Brossura (wrappers) Ottimo (Fine)5/5(5). Barbara Hepworth, in full Dame Jocelyn Barbara Hepworth, (born JanuWakefield, Yorkshire, England—diedSt.
Ives, Cornwall), sculptor whose works were among the earliest abstract sculptures produced in England. Her lyrical forms and feeling for material made her one of the most influential sculptors of the midth. Barbara Hepworth and the Yorkshire Landscape: An anthology of her writings and recollections, compiled by Sophie Bowness, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Sophie Bowness (ed.), Barbara Hepworth: The Plasters, with essays by Frances Guy, Gordon Watson, David Chipperfield, Sophie Bowness and Jackie Heuman, together with a complete catalogue of the plasters and a preface by Simon Wallis, Farnham.
Barbara Hepworth (–), one of the most important artists of the 20th century, was born in Wakefield. Her father was a surveyor for West Riding County Council, and Hepworth accompanied him on his inspections of local roads and bridges. The Drawings of Barbara Hepworth Hardcover – J 49 of surgeons and nurses in operating theatres in Exeter and works reflect the importance of landscape to Hepworth, with place names included in some of the titles of images that are evocative, rather than literal, depictions of landscape and seascape motifs.
Reviews: 1. Barbara Hepworth book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Yorkshire by birth, resident of St Ives, Cornwall, for more than 30 /5(4). Biography Early life. Jocelyn Barbara Hepworth was born on 10 January in Wakefield, West Riding of Yorkshire, the eldest child of Gertrude and Herbert Hepworth.
Her father was a civil engineer for the West Riding County Council, who in advanced to the role of County Surveyor. Hepworth attended Wakefield Girls' High School, where she was awarded music prizes at the age of twelve and.
Barbara Hepworth book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Renowned for her elegantly sleek sculptures in stone, wood, and bronze, B 4/5(1).
Barbara Hepworth works raise £m for her old school Wakefield girls’ high school sell two sculptures to private collectors, despite calls for them to remain with the school Published: 14 Jun It says: “Dear Barbara, I did like your sculptures and I really liked the one with hole in it.” Notes.
Penelope Curtis, Barbara Hepworth, Tate Publishing, London, andp. Some Statements by Barbara Hepworth, Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, p. 6, published in a free brochure available to visitors. Facts about Barbara Hepworth 3: education. For her early education, Barbara went to Wakefield Girls’ High School.
Then she went to Leeds School of Art in after she won a scholarship. Facts about Barbara Hepworth 4: Henry Moore. Henry Moore was a fellow student that Barbara met when she was in the school of art.
Steel rod, used by Hepworth from the beginning of the s, has a similar effect to taut string. Apollo (fig.8) was created as a character for a production of Sophocles’s Electra directed by Michel St Denis in London that year.
Most effectively seen in the context of the play, Apollo describes the vibrating energy of the god of light and the material’s tensile structure enabled.
I love Barbara Hepworth and it is the book I need. Read more. One person found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. pat anderson. out of 5 stars great. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 December Verified Purchase. great book. Read more. Reviews: Barbara Hepworth was a British sculptor, who was born in Wakefield, Yorkshire in She was a leading figure in the international art scene throughout a career spanning five decades.
From Hepworth spent two years in Italy, and in married her first husband, the artist John Skeaping, in. Single Form (BH ) is a monumental bronze sculpture by the British artist Barbara is her largest work, and one of her most prominent public commissions, displayed since in a circular water feature that forms a traffic island at the Headquarters of the United Nations in New York City, outside the United Nations Secretariat Building and the Dag Hammarskjöld Library.
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Barbara Hepworth: A Pictorial Autobiography Barbara Hepworth Snippet view - David F. Jenkins, Barbara Hepworth No preview available - Barbara Hepworth is considered one of the most significant British sculptors of the 20th century. Her work is influenced by her lifelong association with Henry Moore, another of Britain’s notable modernist sculptors, who she met while attending the Leeds School of Art in She was awarded a diploma from the Royal College of Art inand later studied art in Italy.
Barbara Hepworth has always lived in my memory since the TV programme shown when she was interviewed. I wish the book I purchased showed the statues she had made just for her garden.
Her lifestyle towards the end of her life gave the impression of complete contentment, her death was a tragedy for us to lose such an enigmatic and skilful s: An early pioneer of abstract sculpture, Barbara Hepworth is best known for her ovoid, biomorphic creations carved out of stone.
Though her early works were more explicitly figurative, many of Hepworth’s completely abstract works are recognized as vaguely feminine, given their smooth, rounded contours.COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.