Dame Barbara Hepworth 1903-1975 | Tate

That is how I first came across Barbara Hepworth. My father worked on the factory floor at Mullard in Blackburn, Lancashire, and so, in spite of the fact that we had no money, we always had a large television set – a cabinet on castors with a curved screen and a back full of cathode tubes.

Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden | Tate

After her death, her studio and garden were turned into the Barbara Hepworth Museum.

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Publication of major monograph Barbara Hepworth: Carvings and Drawings, with an introduction by Herbert Read and statements by the artist. Exhibition at the Lefevre Gallery, London, in October.

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Exhibition New Sculpure and Drawings by Barbara Hepworth at the Lefevre Gallery in February. Shows in the British Pavilion at the XXV Venice Biennale: Hepworth visits Venice in June for the opening. The Tate Gallery acquires its first Hepworth sculpture, Bicentric Form, 1949.

Hepworth drawing on Rosewall, above St Ives (from John Read's BBC Television film Barbara Hepworth, 1961)

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Exhibition at the Lefevre Gallery, London, in October. William Gibson's Barbara Hepworth: Sculptress is published by Faber and Faber. Hepworth's Approach to Sculpture is published in the review Studio in October.

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Trained in London in the 1960’s using traditional Italian techniques and personally involved in the casting of major works by Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Elizabeth Frink, and Lynn Chadwick, Peter emigrated to Australia and set up Meridian in South Melbourne. Thirty seven years later and with the help of a highly skilled and dedicated team of artists and artisans, Meridian strives to maintain a benchmark service for the Australian art and design industry – from artists to project designers and architects.

Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World, …

Hepworth had moved to Cornwall from London at the outbreak of war in 1939, with Nicholson, their triplets and her son, Paul. They had no money and few materials, and Hepworth worked as all women must work; juggling children, creativity and career.

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Barbara Hepworth was a British artist

Tate Britain presents Sculpture for a Modern World, mapping the progression from Hepworth’s early works to becoming a principal figure of international modern art. The exhibition showcases the diversity of Hepworth’s practice, featuring her sculptures in stone, bronze and wood alongside lesser known textile, photographic and film pieces. The exhibition runs from until 25th October 2015. More details here. Tate has ran The Barbara Hepworth Museum in St. Ives since 1980, maintaining the Trew

Barbara Hepworth - 33 Artworks, Bio & Shows on Artsy

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13 February, death of son Paul in RAF plane crash over Thailand. Awarded a second prize in Unknown Political Prisoner competition, organised by the Institute of Contemporary Arts. Carves as a memorial to Paul and his navigator. Sited outside the Festival Hall in 1954 and acquired by the London County Council in 1959 (at Kenwood since 1961). The St Ives Festival, of which Hepworth and the composers Michael Tippett and Priaulx Rainier are co-founders, is held in June. Film Figures in a Landscape: Cornwall and the Sculpture of Barbara Hepworth made by Dudley Shaw Ashton for the British Film Institute, with music by Priaulx Rainier.

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September, Hepworth buys Trewyn Studio in St Ives, where she lives permanently from December 1950 until her death (it is now the Barbara Hepworth Museum, opened by her family in 1976 and since 1980 an outpost of the Tate Gallery). Exhibition at Durlacher Bros., New York, in October. Founder member of the Penwith Society of Arts in Cornwall. Beginning of friendship with South African-born composer Priaulx Rainier. Takes on permanent assistants for the first time – the artists Denis Mitchell, John Wells and Terry Frost are the earliest of these.