The Sculpture of Hubert Dalwood
Artist(s): Hubert Dalwood
Author(s): Chris Stephens
Year published: 1999
Publisher: Lund Humphries
Publisher Location: London
Total Pages: 144
Illustrations: 12 colour and 160 b&w illustrations
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This book is the first monograph on Hubert Dalwood (1914–76), one of the most distinctive and sensitive post-war British sculptors, and the first complete catalogue of Dalwood’s sculpture exploring the themes, techniques and critical contexts of his work.
The author, Chris Stephens, explores the ideas and attitudes that determined the development of Dalwood’s organic works to a minimalist style and his last sculptures based on landscape and Zen gardens.
This monograph is a testament to the profoundly humanistic nature of the sculpture of Hubert Dalwood, an artist who developed an allusive style of abstract sculpture that conjured up a sense of mystery and ritual.