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                           CLIVE  BARKER 
                                  [1940 - ]



                   CLIVE  BARKER

                             Dalek
                              1998
                       aluminium
                               4/6
                  signed and dated
                        16 cm high
            Provenance:  The artist; 
                  Bob Simms, 1999
          Literature: 'Clive Barker'
                 A Ferman, no. 335


                    CLIVE  BARKER

                           Robodog
                               2000
                        aluminium
                                3/6
                  signed and dated
                        28 cm long
                       Provenance: 
  The artist; Private collection, UK
                     Christies, 2019

 


                    CLIVE  BARKER

                      Bart Simpson
                                2001
                         aluminium
                  [study - unique ?]
                   signed and dated
                         39 cm high
     Provenance: Private collection
                    Sothebys, 2018


                    CLIVE  BARKER

                          Party Girl
                               2009
                             bronze
                             unique
                  signed and dated 
                         33 cm high
    Provenance: The artist; PC, UK
  

                   CLIVE  BARKER

                 Mother and Child
                              1984
         wood & string construction
                            unique
                 signed and dated
                        41 cm high
    Provenance: The artist; PC, UK
   Christies, 27 March 2012, lot 171
    Exhibited: Wolverhampton Art                  Gallery, April-May 1985
 

Clive Barker is the UK's best known Pop-Art sculptor, who became quite a big international name in the 1960s and 70s.
One-man exhibitions were held at the Robert Fraser and Hanover galleries in the 1960s and Anthony D'Offay in the 1970s.
The Tate Gallery collection includes his sculpture and a catalogue raisonne of his work was published in 2002.

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