Small Stone Bridge

Williams, Glynn

A sculptor of the Figurative tradition. Born in Shrewsbury, Glynn Williams attended Wolverhampton College of Art from 1955-61. On graduation, Williams was awarded the British Prix de Rome Scholarship. From 1961-63 he lived and worked in the British School in Rome.  Since 1967 Williams’ work has been widely exhibited, both in one-person and group exhibitions  He taught at the Royal College of Art, becoming Head of Sculpture in 1990 and Head of the School of Fine Art from 1995-2010. Williams’ public works include memorials to David Lloyd George in Parliament Square and Henry Purcell in Westminster, London. Small Stone Bridge was given anonymously to the LACF in 1988.

Sculpture: Hopton Wood Stone


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