Eduardo Paolozzi

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Eduardo Paolozzi Sculpture by Paul 'Tuna' Turner, via Flickr Abstract Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Industrial Sculptures, Eduardo Paolozzi, James Rosenquist, Pop Art Artists, Installation Architecture, Modern Pop Art, Roy Lichtenstein

Eduardo Paolozzi Sculpture

One of Eduardo Paolozzi's aluminium sculptures in the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. The Yorkshire Sculpture Park is just of the M1 at West Bretton, near Wakefield and occupies a 500-acre country estate interspersed with numerous outdoor sculptures. There are numerous trails and paths through various zones, with sculptures by such artists as Henry Moore and Antony Gormley among those whose works are exhibited. The sculptures – which are regularly moved from place to place within the park…

Sir Eduardo Paolozzi 'Cardinal Syn', 1984 © The Eduardo Paolozzi Foundation - lisa Plaster Sculpture, Sculpture Head, Paper Mache Sculpture, Sculptures, Eduardo Paolozzi, Lisa, Royal College Of Art, Ink Illustrations, Land Art

‘Kardinal Syn’, Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, 1984 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Kardinal Syn’, Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, 1984 The fragmented or sectioned head has been a theme in Paolozzi''s sculpture since Plaster for Mr Cruikshank, on display in the adjoining gallery. This work, Kardinal Syn, uses facial features derived from shop window dummies. The twine wound round the lower jaw of its battered and deformed head hints at violence and physical restraint, while the comic word play of the title adds a note of black humour.

Sir Eduardo Paolozzi ‘Cyclops’, 1957 © The Eduardo Paolozzi Foundation Sculpture Head, Abstract Sculpture, Bronze Sculpture, Eduardo Paolozzi, James Rosenquist, Claes Oldenburg, Institute Of Contemporary Art, Tate Britain, Jasper Johns

‘Cyclops’, Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, 1957 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Cyclops’, Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, 1957 on display at Tate Britain. A central theme in the work of British sculptor Eduardo Paolozzi has been the condition of man in the technological age. From 1950 the artist made a series of disembodied heads, such as this one, whose surface texture is derived from broken locks, rivets and other debris of mass manufacture. Here and there the armoured head is punctured to reveal a hollow interior. In classical mythology the Cyclops were a…

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After the Second World War, England began to repair its shattered towns and cities. During this rebuilding,creativity had a chance to flourish and so much of our public art was created. These sculptures were designed to bring our public spaces back to life, to humanise and enrich our streets, housing estates, work places, shopping centres, universities…

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Edwardo Paolozzi

British sculptor, collagist, printmaker, filmmaker and writer. Born of Italian parents, he attended Edinburgh College of Art in 1943 with a view to becoming a commercial artist. After brief military service, in 1944 he attended St Martin's School of Art in London, and from 1945 to 1947 he studied sculpture at the Slade School of Fine Art. In…

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Eduardo Paolozzi sculptures, Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh. from a good edinburgh boy..

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‘Cyclops’, Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, 1957 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Cyclops’, Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, 1957 In classical mythology, the Cyclops was an immensely strong giant with a single eye in the centre of his forehead. The skin of this lumbering bronze figure is imprinted with broken machine-parts and other found debris. Paolozzi made it by pressing pieces of metal into a bed of moist clay, and then pouring molten wax into the clay mould. He constructed the model from these sheets of wax forms and finally cast it in bronze. Its pierced…