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Barbara Hepworth was a British sculptor, who was born in Wakefield in Find out more about her nature-inspired artworks.Find out who Barbara Hepworth is with this art homework guide, includes facts for kids. Barbara Hepworth, Abstract Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Sculpture Garden, Contemporary Sculpture, Contemporary Art, Statues, Organic Sculpture, English Artists
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‘Stringed Figure (Curlew), Version II’, Dame Barbara Hepworth, 1956, edition 1959 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Stringed Figure (Curlew), Version II’, Dame Barbara Hepworth, 1956, edition 1959 on display at Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden.

 Laboratory Still Life No. Etching and aquatint. plate 18 x 19 x cm). sheet 30 x x cm). Elinor and Edmund Grasheim and Margery and Harry Kahn Funds. Drawings and Prints Value Drawing, Drawing Artist, Light And Space, A Level Art, Art Themes, Mark Making, Drawing Techniques, Art Lessons, Printmaking
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‘Laboratory Still Life No. 4’, Tony Cragg, 1988 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Laboratory Still Life No. 4’, Tony Cragg, 1988

Dame Barbara Hepworth ‘Sculpture with Colour (Deep Blue and Red)’, 1940 © Bowness, Hepworth Estate Modern Art Sculpture, Abstract Sculpture, Barbara Hepworth, Plaster Sculpture, Stone Sculpture, Metal Sculptures, Garden Sculpture, Henry Moore, Action Painting
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‘Stringed Figure (Curlew), Version II’, Dame Barbara Hepworth, 1956, edition 1959 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Stringed Figure (Curlew), Version II’, Dame Barbara Hepworth, 1956, edition 1959 on display at Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden.

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‘Circle in Africa’, Richard Long, 1978 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Circle in Africa’, Richard Long, 1978 This photograph records a work Long made during a walk in Malawi, in south east Africa. During the walk he came across a pile of burnt wood on a hillside which he arranged into a circle. Geometric forms, in particular circles and straight lines, occur frequently in Long's art.

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‘Stringed Figure (Curlew), Version II’, Dame Barbara Hepworth, 1956, edition 1959 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Stringed Figure (Curlew), Version II’, Dame Barbara Hepworth, 1956, edition 1959 on display at Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden.

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Tony Cragg born 1949 | Tate

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Artwork page for ‘Raleigh’, Tony Cragg, 1986 on display at Tate Liverpool. Thomas Houseago, Lisson Gallery, Hayward Gallery, Tate Gallery, Modern Man, Public Art, Three Dimensional, Liverpool, Oil On Canvas
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Tony Cragg born 1949 | Tate

Artist page for Tony Cragg (born 1949)

MAQUETTE A maquette is model for a larger piece of sculpture, created in order to visualise how it might look and to work out approaches and materials for how it might be made. Dame Barbara Hepworth, ‘Maquette, Three Forms in Echelon’ 1961 Barbara Hepworth, Modern Art Sculpture, Abstract Sculpture, Sculpture Garden, Abstract Paintings, Art Terms, Shape And Form, Wall Sculptures, Collage Art

‘Stringed Figure (Curlew), Version II’, Dame Barbara Hepworth, 1956, edition 1959 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Stringed Figure (Curlew), Version II’, Dame Barbara Hepworth, 1956, edition 1959 on display at Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden.

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Tony Cragg born 1949 | Tate

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Tony Cragg born 1949 | Tate

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Circle in Africa, 1978 by Richard Long © Richard Long. All Rights Reserved, DACS/Artimage Photo: Richard Long Richard Long, Hepworth Wakefield, Tate Britain, 5 Image, Natural Forms, Land Art, Stone Art, Landscape Photography, Artists
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‘Circle in Africa’, Richard Long, 1978 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Circle in Africa’, Richard Long, 1978 This photograph records a work Long made during a walk in Malawi, in south east Africa. During the walk he came across a pile of burnt wood on a hillside which he arranged into a circle. Geometric forms, in particular circles and straight lines, occur frequently in Long's art.

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‘Circle in Africa’, Richard Long, 1978 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Circle in Africa’, Richard Long, 1978 This photograph records a work Long made during a walk in Malawi, in south east Africa. During the walk he came across a pile of burnt wood on a hillside which he arranged into a circle. Geometric forms, in particular circles and straight lines, occur frequently in Long's art.

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‘Circle in Africa’, Richard Long, 1978 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Circle in Africa’, Richard Long, 1978 This photograph records a work Long made during a walk in Malawi, in south east Africa. During the walk he came across a pile of burnt wood on a hillside which he arranged into a circle. Geometric forms, in particular circles and straight lines, occur frequently in Long's art.

Tate Britain will open the first major Barbara Hepworth exhibition in London for almost fifty years. Barbara Hepworth is most commonly associated with St Ives, Cornwall, where she lived from 1939 until her death in Barbara Hepworth, Abstract Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Sculpture Garden, Metal Sculptures, Bronze Sculpture, Abstract Art, Steel Sculpture, Sculpture Ideas
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‘Stringed Figure (Curlew), Version II’, Dame Barbara Hepworth, 1956, edition 1959 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Stringed Figure (Curlew), Version II’, Dame Barbara Hepworth, 1956, edition 1959 on display at Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden.

Richard Long born 1945 England 1968 Photograph, black and white, on paper 314 x 476 mm Richard Long, Land Art, Robert Smithson, Christo And Jeanne Claude, Art Connection, Tate Gallery, Sense Of Place, Environmental Art, American Artists
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‘Circle in Africa’, Richard Long, 1978 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Circle in Africa’, Richard Long, 1978 This photograph records a work Long made during a walk in Malawi, in south east Africa. During the walk he came across a pile of burnt wood on a hillside which he arranged into a circle. Geometric forms, in particular circles and straight lines, occur frequently in Long's art.