Barry Flanagan

1941–2009

Barry Flanagan, ‘rope (gr 2sp 60) 6 ‘67’ 1967
rope (gr 2sp 60) 6 ‘67 1967
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In Tate Britain

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Biography

Barry Flanagan OBE RA (11 January 1941 – 31 August 2009) was a Welsh sculptor. He is best known for his bronze statues of hares and other animals.

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Late at Tate: John James and Andrew Wilson on Barry Flanagan

A contemporary of Flanagan, poet John James, talks to the Barry Flanagan exhibition’s curator Andrew Wilson about the importance ...

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Lunchtime Lecture: Dr Jo Melvin on Barry Flanagan

Dr Jo Melvin, Executive Curator of the Barry Flanangan exhibition at Tate Britain gives a lunchtime lecture on the the ...
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Peter Randall-Page on Barry Flanagan

Artist Peter Randall-Page shares his memories of one the most radical sculptors of his generation

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