Bill Woodrow

born 1948

Bill Woodrow, ‘Elephant’ 1984
Elephant 1984
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Bill Woodrow (born 1 November 1948) is a British sculptor.

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Masterclass: Life Drawing with Bill Woodrow

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Bill Woodrow: Life drawing masterclass

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