Metal Sculpture

Tom's favourite metal sculptures from around the world, alongside some of his designs that have been inspired by them. Read more about Tom's top 10 on the blog now and explore the full Tom Faulkner collection at http://www.tomfaulkner.co.uk/blog/top-10-metal-sculpture/
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Original bronze sculpture by Isabel Miramontes - Paris Art Web

/laura Original bronze sculpture by Isabel Miramontes - Paris Art Web

Henry Moore - saw this as part of a large Henry Moore exhibition at the Burrell in Glasgow, all outside in the parkland..... my 7 year old daughter took amazing photos.... that was the first time she asked for a camera....

Henry Moore: In the garden of delights

Henry Moore - saw this as part of a large Henry Moore exhibition at the Burrell in Glasgow, all outside in the parkland. my 7 year old daughter took amazing photos. that was the first time she asked for a camera.

Performing Seal, 1950, by Alexander Calder. Sheet metal, steel wire and color.

Performing Seal — Alexander Calder, 1950 — Sheet metal, steel wire and color

Barbara Hepworth

'Pierced Round Form' by English sculptor Barbara Hepworth Bronze and wood. via eccentric Kollector

Sculptor Henry Moore sitting before his Sheep Piece (1971-72) in Hoglands, Hertsfordshire, England.

Creative Forces

Sculptor Henry Moore sitting before his Sheep Piece in Hoglands, Hertsfordshire, England. Photo by Paul Joyce.

Dame Barbara Hepworth ‘Orpheus (Maquette 2) (Version II)’, 1956, edition 1959 © Bowness

Dame Barbara Hepworth ‘Orpheus (Maquette (Version II)’, edition 1959 © Bowness This sculpture depicts the lyre that Orpheus used to sway Hades and Persephone, Cerberus and every other soul in Hades.

Bob Quinn

As esculturas de Bob Quinn esperam por seu olhar

Bob Quinn Biography Born in 1948 Bob Quinn enjoyed a long career within the Irish advertising business as a.

Modern Architecture - EMP Museum

The Experience Music Project (EMP) Museum, Seattle. Dedicated to the history and exploration of popular music, science fiction and pop culture. Designed by Frank O. Gehry, opened in Deconstructivism. Still an incredibly ugly building

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