F E  McWILLIAM  R.A. 

                   F E McWILLIAM

                     Pastoral Head 
     [an edition of 5 was intended
      but this is the only one cast]
                       46 cm high
Provenance: Waddington Galleries
                     Mayor Gallery; 
       Christies, 11 July 2013, lot 177
  Offer Waterman Gall., 1 Apr 2014
 Literature: 'McWilliam', cat. rais.,
Feren/Holman, 2012, p. 130, no 211
Exhibited: Waddingtons, one-man
               March 1961, no. 30;
       Arts Council 'Sculpture 1961'  museum touring exhibition, 1961

                  F E McWILLIAM  -  Crankshaft Figure 1, 1962, bronze, 1/5
                                                          signed, 51 cm long
           Provenance: The artist; Waddington Galleries, 'F E McWiilliam',                               one-man exhib., May-June 1963, no. 10 [illustrated]; 
                Private collection; Grosvenor Gallery, London, 30 June 2014
        Literature: 'The Sculpture of F E McWilliam', Feren/Holman, 2012
                                                    cat. rais., p. 136, no. 246

                   F E  McWILLIAM

                        55 cm high
  Provenance: Mayor Gallery, 1992
             Private collection, UK;
                     Christies, 2017
 Literature: 'McWilliam', cat. rais.
       2012, Feren/Holman, no. 514

F E McWilliam was born in County Down and is Northern Ireland's greatest sculptor.
He studied at the Slade School of Art.
One-man exhibitions were held at the Waddington Galleries and the Tate Gallery.
Public collections include the Tate Gallery and the Museum of Modern Art [New York].
Books have been written by Mel Gooding and a catalogue raisonne by Feren and Holman.
I was lucky to acquire my 2 favourite sculptures by him, Pastoral Head and Crankshaft Figure 1.


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