Kenneth Armitage

1916–2002

Kenneth Armitage, ‘People in the Wind’ 1950
People in the Wind 1950
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Biography

William Kenneth Armitage CBE (18 July 1916 – 22 January 2002) was a British sculptor known for his semi-abstract bronzes.

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Artworks

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Archives & Access Project: Cracked looking-glass of a servant: Ireland and ‘quite Irish’ art in Tate Archive

Tate Britain is the National Gallery of British Art, with a remit to collect British works of art from around ...

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The Bronze Age

Henry Moore's global fame cast a huge shadow over a generation of younger British sculptors. Chris Turner examines the ...

Tate Paper

Kenneth Armitage’s Pandarus (version 8)

This paper concentrates on the making and meaning of Kenneth Armitage Pandarus (version 8) 1963, which was recently presented to ...

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Tate Papers no.2

Tate Papers no.2, Autumn 2004 edition featuring painting, conservation, new media and materials

Sketches, letters, etc.

Archive

Kenneth Armitage, recipient: Joan Augusta Monro Moore Letter from Kenneth Armitage to Joan Moore, addressed Roundhay

[1939]
Archive

Kenneth Armitage, recipient: Joan Augusta Monro Moore Letter from Kenneth Armitage to Joan Moore, addressed Bath

[c.1951]

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