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Head of Victory (1922), Sculpture

Henry Charles Fehr

A bronze transferred from Leeds City Council (Parks & Countryside Division) in 1990.

This is all that survives of the World War I memorial which was vandalised by Leeds City Council. It had been commissioned to commemorate victory in World War I.

 

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Reclining Figure, Sculpture

Henry Spencer Moore

Henry Moore studied at Leeds College of Art and retained an affection for the city throughout his illustrious career. In 1982 he gave money to set up the Henry Moore Institute, a centre for the study of sculpture, adjacent to Leeds Art Gallery.

This sculpture dates from 1929 and represents an early rendering of a subject which would help make Moore's work famous around the world.

 

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Through, Sculpture

Phillip King

As a student reading modern languages at Christ's College Cambridge, Phillip King actually spent most of his time making sculpture. This is one of a group of conical sculptures he produced in the early to mid '60s, soon after he switched to coloured plastic, having worked for several years in the more conventional medium of clay.

 

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Icon (1958), Sculpture

Hubert Dalwood (1924 - 1976)

Aluminium Sculpture

Purchased by the Leeds Art Collection Fund in 1960 and now on display at Leeds City Art Gallery.

Hubert Dalwood was an A-List British Artist born 2 June 1924 in Bristol. He trained as an engineer with Bristol Aeroplane Company 1940 - 44, then enlisted into the Royal Navy 1944 where he served until 1946.

 

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