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© Barford Sculptures Ltd

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Sir Anthony Caro ‘Emma Dipper’ 1977   OM, CBE (8 March 1924 – 23 October 2013) was an English abstract sculptor whose work is characterised by assemblages of metal using 'found' industrial objects.[1] His style was of the modernist school, having worked with Henry Moore early in his career.[1] He was lauded as the greatest British sculptor of his generation.

Sir Anthony Caro ‘Emma Dipper’, 1977 © The estate of Anthony Caro/Barford Sculptures Ltd Structure and Clarity: Room 11

Sir Anthony Caro ‘Early One Morning’, 1962 © The estate of Anthony Caro/Barford Sculptures Ltd

Sir Anthony Caro ‘Early One Morning’, 1962 © The estate of Anthony Caro/Barford Sculptures Ltd

Anthony Caro - Does shape sculptures - Caro's concentration on arrangement and placement of shapes amounts to "an emphasis on abstractness, on radical unlikeness to nature... No other sculptor has gone as far from the structural logic of ordinary ponderable things." -Clement Greenberg

Anthony Caro (b. Sun Feast Steel painted yellow x x cm. Private Collection © the artist, Barford Sculpture.

anthony caro child's tower room (1984) http://www.play-scapes.com/play-art/playable-sculpture/playscape-inspiration-from-anthony-caro/

Anthony Caro, Child’s Tower Room - Caro in Yorkshire - Jake Gyllenhaal, Stieg Larsson's former editor, Anthony Caro exhibitions, Front Row - BBC Radio 4

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