Barbara Hepworth

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British sculptor (1902-1975)

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13) London, Gimpel Fills Gallery Archive, Letter from Barbara Hepworth to Charles Gimpel, 11 June 1959, MS.
The newly opened The Hepworth Wakefield is named after one of the city's most famous former residents, artist Barbara Hepworth.
TWO famous 20thcentury British sculptors renowned for the bold shape of their work were Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore.
Linder said: "The legacy of Barbara Hepworth will provide the discreet pulse for this new work.
It includes a woodcut by Durer, dated 1505, and an impressive oil painting by Van Dyck as well as watercolours by Turner It will also feature a host of 20th Century pictures by the likes of Picasso and Barbara Hepworth and even works by living artists, such as David Hockney and Paula Rego.
THE BBC's new arts series continues with a programme to mark the centenary year of renowned British sculptor Barbara Hepworth.
So you will be able to see paintings, drawings and prints by artists including L S Lowry, Barbara Hepworth, Bridget Riley, Paul Nash, Paula Rego, Stanley Spencer and Lucian Freud.
1903: Birth of sculptress Barbara Hepworth: Bornin Wakefield, Barbara Hepworth was the daughter of a county surveyor growing up in the Dales before she won a scholarship to Leeds School of Art in 1920.
A MUSEUM celebrating the life and work of sculptor Barbara Hepworth has been shortlisted for a pounds 100,000 prize a year after it opened.
The selection of 40 works spans seven centuries also features work by Delacroix, Barbara Hepworth and Birmingham's own David Cox.
Original pieces by LS Lowry, Barbara Hepworth, Bridget Riley, Paul Nash, Paula Rego, Stanley Spencer and Lucian Freud will be among those on show at Rugby Art Gallery.
Nikki Iles directed - from the accordion - the premier of her Barbara Hepworth inspired Nine Swallows, No Summer this New Perspectives commission, clearly structured, built up an infectiously up-beat head of steam after an opening hymning with melodic in nocence; a rewarding, live-enhancing little piece with a quietly fulfilling ending.
SCULPTORS Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore were contemporaries whose Yorkshire roots are signalled in galleries bearing their names.
The Arts Council Collection features David Hockney, Rachel Whiteread, Barbara Hepworth and Gilbert and George.