The Sculpture of F.E. McWilliam - British Sculptors & Sculpture (Hardback)Denise Ferran (author), Valerie Holman (author), Penelope Curtis (series editor)
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F.E. McWilliam defied categorisation: his long and productive career resulted in a body of work which was impressively varied. His move away from Surrealism and a form of biomorphic abstraction which placed him within a particular artistic milieu, enabled him to explore specific materials and themes with freedom. While he remained continuously inventive, at the heart of his work lies a feeling for the human figure, not just as an object of perception but as a vehicle of sensation. His sculpture conveys precisely how certain movement or emotion is experienced and it is characterised by a sense of contained energy, of imminent movement, or of rest that is only temporary and short-lived.
Publisher: Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd
Number of pages: 192
Dimensions: 290 x 240 mm
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