The Sculpture of Reg Butler
The Sculpture of Reg Butler is the first book to provide an overview of Butler's sculpture from 1949 (his first solo show) to his death in 1981, and to catalogue and illustrate all extant works. Margaret Garlake analyses the development, themes and visual and intellectual origins of the sculpture; considers why Butler has been largely ignored since the early 1960s; examines his studio practice and sculptural techniques, and assesses his work in the context of that of his contemporaries.
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Architectural Review Art Museum 1963 artists Arts Council Brausen British Council Burstow Calvocoressi Catalogue of Acquisitions collection England Exhibited Compare Cat Contemporary Arts Contemporary British Sculpture Curt Valentin 1955 dimensions unknown edition of eight eight Exhibited Hanover England Exhibited Hanover England Exhibited Tate exh.cat Exhibited Curt Valentin Exhibited Hanover 1954 Exhibited Pierre Matisse Exhibited Tate 1983 Festival of Britain fetish Figure in Space Forged and welded Galeria Freites Gimpel Fils 1986 Hanover Gallery Henry Moore Herbert Read ibid Illustrated Catalogue Institute of Contemporary J.B. Speed Art letter to Butler Literature Melville London County Council Maquette Monument Motif no.6 Museum of Art Notebook painted bronzes Painting and Sculpture Pierre Matisse 1962 Pierre Matisse Gallery Private collection England Reg Butler sheet and wire Speed Art Museum St Catherine Study for Girl Tate Gallery Torso Unknown Political Prisoner Venice Biennale Venus of Lespugue welded iron Whitechapel Art Gallery Woman