Barbara Hepworth Semi Circle Brass Object
Barbara Hepworth Semi Circle Brass Object

Barbara Hepworth Semi Circle Brass Object

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Striking brass ornament inspired by the abstract forms of Barbara Hepworth's work.

Barbara Hepworth began her career as a sculptor in London in the late 1920s, and quickly established herself in the vanguard of the modern movement. Caught in St. Ives by the outbreak of the war, she went on to spend thirty-six years – exactly half her life – in the town. Hepworth came to value the sense of community she found in St. Ives, and it was this very rootedness that allowed her to develop sculpture for the national and international stage.

STIK DESIGNS is a small family run business, set up by Tuula Nicholson, one of Hepworth's granddaughters and her partner Shaun Robinson. Based in the Cotswolds they use only natural and reclaimed materials from local sources to create unique items for the home and garden.

Dimensions: H 10 x W 6 x D (at base) 4cm

Barbara Hepworth (1903–1975) is one of the most important artists of the 20th century. She was at the forefront of multiple avant-garde art movements, with wide-ranging interests that infused her work. Deeply spiritual and passionately engaged with political and technological change, Hepworth focused on the dynamic physical encounter with sculpture and how this could allow the viewer to both reflect on and alter their perceptions and experiences of the world.

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Barbara Hepworth

The Hepworth Wakefield opened in 2011 to house the Wakefield Council Permanent Art Collection and provide a legacy for Barbara Hepworth in the town in which she was born.

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