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Nigel Hall Sculpture and Works on Paper

The most comprehensive survey of Hall's contribution to contemporary sculpture
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Dimensions 22.5 x 27.5 x 2.3cm
Fabric & material Hardback
SKU 02053752

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Product story

Nigel Hall is one of the foremost sculptors of his generation. His preoccupation with space and balance has led him to create some of the most beautiful works of sculpture to have been produced in this country over the last thirty years.
This handsomely produced book is the first comprehensive survey of Hall's output. As well as showing his sculptures, the extensive selection of illustrations includes many of Hall's working drawings and finished works on paper, revealing the skill of a consummate draughtsman and an artist who places great emphasis on the importance of drawing to his practice.
As he considers the artist's early spatial constructions and most recent public works, Andrew Lambirth thoughtfully examines the artist's career, providing an insight into his devolpment and working method.