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Caro Anthony | Paper Sculpture No. 27 (Box Tree) (1981) | MutualArt
View Paper Sculpture No. 27 (Box Tree) (1981) By Anthony Caro; Mixed media (chalk, acrylic paints, handmade paper, and wood on Tycore panel),; 33 x 23 3/4 x 9 1/2 in.; Signed; . Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt.
Caro Anthony | Paper Sculpture No. 111 (1981) | MutualArt
View Paper Sculpture No. 111 (1981) By Anthony Caro; acrylic, pencil and wood on tycore; 36 x 34 x 5½in. (91.4 x 86.4 x 14cm.); Signed; . Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt.
Exhibition will trace the 60-year career of renowned British sculptor Sir Anthony Caro
Sir Anthony Caro, regarded as one of Britain’s most acclaimed sculptors with a career spanning more than 60 years, will be the focus of an exhibition at the Yale Center for British Art this fall.
‘Table Piece CCLXVI’, Sir Anthony Caro, 1975 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘Table Piece CCLXVI’, Sir Anthony Caro, 1975 on display at Tate Modern. Table Piece CCLXVI is constructed on a human scale. At just over two metres wide it is comparable to the width of a person’s outstretched arms. Caro has observed that: ‘all sculpture is to do with the physical – all sculpture takes its bearings from the fact that we live inside our bodies and that our size and stretch and strength is what it is’.
‘Piece LXXXII’, Sir Anthony Caro, 1969 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘Piece LXXXII’, Sir Anthony Caro, 1969 In 1960 Caro began to make large abstract constructions in steel. Unlike traditional sculptures on pedestals, Caro's stood directly on the floor, like everyday objects. They thus functioned as objects in their own right, rather than representations of other things. In 1966, Caro also began to make what he called 'table sculptures', such as 'Piece LXXXII'. These works do not stand on the floor but rest on a table. They also project over…
Sir Anthony Caro, O.M. [born 1924 ] is widely regarded as Britian's greatest living sculptor & has enjoyed an international reputation since the early 1960's. Best known for his work in steel, Caro has also worked in bronze, lead & wood, silver etc. on both large & intimate scales. In 1960 Caro began making purely abstract sculptures constructed & welded in steel, comprised of industrial scrap elements painted in bright colours. These early 1960s works heralded a revolution in sculptural…