Pickard, George (1929-1993) - o.T. (Entwurf für eine Skulptur)
Objektnummer: 00000037
Pickard, George (1929-1993)
o.T. (Entwurf für eine Skulptur)
210 mm x 148 mm
um 1970
Preis: 50.00 €
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um 1960-1970


englischer Bildhauer


Sculptor, architect, painter and teacher, born in Syston, Leicestershire. He attended Leicester School of Architecture 1945-52, becoming an associate of RIBA in 1953. Between 1952-54 he served his National Service in the Royal Artillery as regimental artist engaged in camoflage design.

From 1957-66 he was a practising architect, primarily interested in interior design and sculptural elements in building. From 1966-88 he was senior lecturer in interior design at Leicester Ploytechnic; in 1986 he was granted a sabbatical to study advanced designs and methods in flat glass related sculpture.

He was a founder-member of the Architectural Sculptors Group in 1972, was a member of Leicester Society of artists and showed widely through the UK. He received many sculpture commissions, including Tube Investments, Coalville; Leicester and Loughborough Universities; United Reform Church, Groby; Leicestershire Education, County Hall, Glenfield; John Sheinman Associates, Northampton; Leicester City Council; Royal Infirmary, Leicester; Sainsbury's, Ipswich; and Beaumont Leys, Leicester.

Pickard held his first one-man show at Vaughan College in 1966, going on to have ten further exhibitons within the first two years, including a major solo-exhibition at Compendium Galleries in London (1969). He exhibited in numerous mixed shows and a memorial exhibition was held at his studio in 1994 (for which an illustrated monograph was published).

His work is held in many private and public collections, including
Vaughan College, Leicester
Leicester University, Leicester
Yehudi Menuchin, London
Harry Waitzman, New York
Fritz Lerf, Bern
Conrad Beckman, Dusseldorf
Robert Stolper, New York
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