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Richard MacDonald Sculptures Set Auction Records

Richard MacDonald Sculptures Set Auction Records

. March 26, 2010

On March 14th, 2010, Clars Auction Gallery offered the most extensive collection of Richard MacDonald sculptures as part of their March Fine Estates Sale. This important collection came to auction from a former real estate developer of luxury homes. The collection of seventeen sculptures ranged in size from 14” tall to 54” tall. Presale estimates […]

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2nd Fitzwilliam Museum Sculpture Promenade

. March 20, 2010

The celebrated Sculpture Promenade is returning to the grounds of Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum for a second year from March 23. Providing a dynamic new focus for contemporary art in the heart of Cambridge, this free annual installation of contemporary sculpture showcases work by some of the most talented artists working today. Last year’s inaugural Sculpture […]

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The International Sculpture Center Honors Philip King and William Tucker

. March 1, 2010

The International Sculpture Center (ISC) has announced it’s 2010 Lifetime Achievement Award will be presented to world-renowned British sculptors Phillip King and William Tucker. This year’s recipients will be acknowledged at the ISC’s 2010 Lifetime Achievement Award Gala being held on Friday evening, April 9, 2010 at Chelsea College of Art & Design’s 45 Millbank, […]

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Henry Moore Exhibition Opens at Tate Britain

. February 24, 2010

Radical, experimental and avant garde, Henry Moore (1898-1986) was one of Britain’s greatest artists. This major exhibition will re-assert his position at the forefront of progressive twentieth-century sculpture, bringing together the most comprehensive selection of his works for a generation. Henry Moore will present over 150 significant works including stone sculptures, wood carvings, bronzes and […]

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