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                  HUBERT  DALWOOD  R.A.  
                                [1924-76]



               HUBERT  DALWOOD

                            Throne
                           1959/60
                        aluminium
                        edition of 8
                      58.5 cm high
   Provenance: Gimpel Fils Gallery,
       3 July, 1960;  Sir Robert and
             Lady Mayer collection
      Literature: 'Hubert Dalwood' 
     C Stephens, Lund Humphries,                      1999, p. 123, no. 131

              HUBERT  DALWOOD

                      Open Square
                              1959
                       aluminium
                       edition of 6
                                1/6  
                       42 cm high
  Provenance: Gimpel Fils Gallery,      1960; Harry Winston collection;
  Rago auctions, USA, 17 Nov. 2012
                            lot 515
      Literature: 'Hubert Dalwood'
   C Stephens, 1999, Lund Humph.
 p. 48, pl. 23 [this cast illustrated].
         'Hubert Dalwood', Motif 5,           Autumn 1960 [this cast illustr.]

Desert Rocks and Wind

Cities of the Plain

Mexican Site

Byblos


               HUBERT  DALWOOD

           Bahrain reliefs [set of 4]                                          1976
               silver-plated bronze
                          unique set
  'Cities of the Plain' and 'Mexican      Site' are unique, but 2 or 3 casts                 may exist of the other 2.
            'Mexican site' is signed
largest 19 x 23 cm [all similar size]
            Provenance: The artist;
           Tom Hancock collection;
     Bonhams, 11 July 2006, lot 89
      Literature: 'Hubert Dalwood'
  C Stephens, 1999, Lund Humphrs
                  p. 71 [illustrated]
 

Hubert Dalwood ['Nibs'] was born in Bristol and studied at the Bath Academy of Art.
He represented the UK at the Venice Biennale in 1962.
The Tate Gallery collection includes his work and a catalogue raisonne was published by Lund Humphries in 1999.
A particularly fine and original sculptor whose best work was mainly cast in aluminium.

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