Barbara Hepworth

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British sculptor (1902-1975)

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The development of the Barbara Hepworth Building marks the start of the university's western expansion of the former Thomas Broadbent and Sons site, which was cleared in 2016.
Frances Christie, head of Sotheby's Modern and Post-War British Art, said: "We are thrilled to be offering this monumental standing form - the pinnacle of one of the most iconic series executed by giant of 20th century British art, Barbara Hepworth.
Cavendish Hotel on the Chatsworth House estate and, right, one of the Barbara Hepworth sculptures
Nicholson had begun celebrating their partnership the year before in a Barbara Hepworth Discs in Echelon, 1935 series of linocuts playing freely with the flow of Hepworth's profile and the fall of her hair.
FASHION designer Alexander McQueen and sculptor Barbara Hepworth are among the big names in the world of art to be nominated by the public to appear on the new PS20 note.
The work of Barbara Hepworth, who juggled raising four children with her artistic career, is appraised while Lionel Shriver delivers an essay on the joys of childlessness.
THE late Stass Paraskos is to be honoured in the UK next month along with artists Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth as part of the annual Light Night Arts Festival in Leeds.
Antony Gormley and Barbara Hepworth are also featured among 60-plus works, but the most striking piece is the 30ft triple figure of Jonathan Borofsky's Molecule Man 1+1+1, right.
One of the best places to visit is the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, famous for works by Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth.
Barbara Hepworth (1903-75) is a central figure in modernism.
Opened in 2003, the New Orleans Museum of Art's (NOMA) internationally acclaimed Sculpture Garden contains 63 striking examples of 20th and 21st-century sculpture, including works by Leonard Baskin, Deborah Butterfield, Barbara Hepworth, Jacques Lipchitz, Henry Moore, Claes Oldenburg, Auguste Rodin, and George Segal.
Housing a collection of sculptures by local-born artist Barbara Hepworth alongside the works of other prominent artists, it is one of the UK s largest art galleries outside London.
Situated in Britain's remote southwest where the extended finger of Cornwall points out into the Atlantic, St Ives makes a great escape from London, partly for its spectacular seaside setting, partly for its top-shelf artistic attractions, which include a branch of London's Tate; numerous commercial galleries; the Barbara Hepworth Museum, housed in the former studio of the great British sculptor; and the Leach Pottery, which reopened in 2008 after a 1.
Police were searching Wednesday for a sculpture by renowned British artist Barbara Hepworth which thieves tore from its plinth in a London park.