Lynn Chadwick, R.A. (1914-2003)
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Lynn Chadwick, R.A. (1914-2003)

Conjunction VII

Details
Lynn Chadwick, R.A. (1914-2003)
Conjunction VII
signed and numbered '2/3 Chadwick' (on the back of the wing)
bronze with a black patina
21½ in. (54.5 cm.) high
Conceived in 1959.
Provenance
Acquired by the present owner direct from the artist.
Literature
D. Farr and E. Chadwick, Lynn Chadwick Sculptor, Aldershot, 2006, pp. 154-55, no. 289, another cast illustrated.
Special notice

VAT rate of 5% is payable on hammer price and at 20% on the buyer's premium.
Sale room notice
The present work is being sold from the estate of the journalist and art historian, John Russell (1919-2008). Russell began regularly contributing articles to The Sunday Times in 1945, on the recommendation of Ian Fleming, and worked there until 1974. From there he moved to The New York Times, becoming the newspaper's chief art critic in 1982. He supported several artists in the early years of their careers, including David Hockney, Howard Hodgkin, R.B. Kitaj and Anthony Caro.

Russell is the author of books on artists including Georges Seurat (1965), Max Ernst (1967), Henry Moore (1968), Ben Nicholson (1969) and Francis Bacon (1971). In 1965 he and Bryan Robertson wrote the acclaimed Private View, illustrated with photographs by Lord Snowdon. It outlined the significance and increasing popularity of contemporary British artists. The dust jacket reads, 'Private View is a new kind of book about a new situation. It is the first book ever to tell how London became, with Paris and New York, one of the world's three capitals of art, how the creative dynamism of British art came to dominate the international scene'.

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