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Professor Bernard Meadows
Biography

Born Norwich, 1915. Studied painting school at Norwich School of Art. 1936 - 1939 studio assistant to Henry Moore and again after W.W2. Exhibited Venice Biennale 1952. Appointed Professor of Sculpture at the Royal College of Art from 1960 - 1980. Has had a profound influence on modern British sculpture.

Female Head
1939

Overall dimensions: 45.cm x 6.0cm
A signed drawing. Pencil, ink and wash on paper. Exhibited Wakefield City Art Gallery, July 2000.

 

Linea Bird
c1955

Lithograph signed
Edition of 10
29 x 40.5cm

Bernard Meadows - Linear Bird

Woman with Yellow Face
1939

Overall dimensions: 14.0cm x 16.4cm
A monogrammed watercolour, graphite on paper. Exhibited Wakefield City Art Gallery July,2000.

Woman with Yellow Face
 

Four Female Heads
1939
SOLD

Size each head: 5.0cm x 6.6cm.
Signed watercolour, graphic and encaustic on paper.

Frightened Bird
1955

Paper size: 30.8cm x 40.7cm Image size: 27.5cm x 37.0cm
A signed lithograph printed and published by the artist.

 

Malloy - Plate ix
c1966

Etching and aquatint
10/10
68 x 28cm

 

Two Female Heads
1939

Overall dimensions: 5.0cm x 6.0cm
A signed water colour, graphite and pastel on paper. Exhibited Wakefield City Art Gallery July, 2000.

 

Malloy - Plate iv
c1966

Etching and aquatint
60 x 28cm

 

Malloy - Plate vi
c1966

Etching and aquatint
Edition 10/10
68 x 28cm

Malloy - Plate vi
 

 

 

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