Alan Thornhill Sculpture
The Turning Point
Punch & Judy
Adam & Eve
Horizontal Ambiguity: 85cm
Drowning Woman: 35cm
Walking & Talking: 15cm
Interacting Figures: 13cm
Richard Rodney Bennett
Sir Gordon Russell
Sir Colin Davis
One Man Shows
Scope of the Work
Summarising the Work
Where Work May Be Seen
A body of work, figurative in orientation
Retrospective exhibition of Sculpture, Drawings, Paintings at Stroud Museum
as part of the Cultural Olympiad, 9th June to 27th August 2012.
Eight large sculptures form the
Putney Sculpture Trail
along the Thames embankment in South London.
Life-sized portrait heads of eminent and other sitters in bronze, terracotta and fondu cement.
Just under life-sized figurative sculptures in bronze, originally made in clay.
Smaller works in terracotta and small bronzes in editions; reliefs in fondu cement, terracotta and aluminium.
2007: Henry Moore Institute acquire a sculpture and papers on elements of Thornhill's work for public archive.
Spirit In Mass
, a documentary film on Thornhill's life and work was released in Spring 2008.
Available on DVD.
(View a short extract from the DVD here).
Read the supporting thoughts on creativity
Read essay on Thornhill
by Clare Carswell MA (RCA).
© Copyright Alan Thornhill 2012. All rights reserved.