Untitled by Phillip King RA

by Phillip King PPRA

How do form and colour relate to sculpture? Phillip King RA explores the question in this vivid and impressionistic monoprint, one of a series created in the Royal Academy’s Schools. This is a framed work and available for collection only at the end of the exhibition.
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Artist Phillip King PPRA
Medium Print
Dimensions 56 x 76cm
Fabric & material Print
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Artwork description

How do form and colour relate to sculpture? Phillip King RA explores the question in this vivid and impressionistic monoprint, one of a series created in the Royal Academy’s Schools.

King is a former president of the Royal Academy. He studied sculpture at St Martin’s School of Art under Sir Anthony Caro, and assisted Henry Moore. Renowned for working with various materials – including fibreglass, metal, wood, and slate – King is the only English sculptor other than Moore to be honoured with a retrospective at Florence’s Forte de Belvedere.

Photo © Phillip King. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2015

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About Phillip King PPRA

Another of our Royal Academicians and a former President, Phillip King was born in Tunisia in 1934. At the end of the Second World War, he arrived in England and studied modern languages at Cambridge University in the 1950s. It was while at university that he discovered sculpture and his growing interest led to him studying the art form at... Go to artist page