Maurice Lambert

1901–1964

Maurice Lambert, ‘Head of a Woman’ exhibited 1938
Head of a Woman exhibited 1938
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In Tate Britain

Biography

Maurice Prosper Lambert RA (25 June 1901 – 17 August 1964) was a British sculptor. He was the son of the artist George Washington Lambert and brother of the composer and author Constant Lambert.

Lambert is mostly known for his public sculptures. He was also a member of the Seven and Five Society and The London Group. Lambert was Professor of Sculpture at the Royal Academy of Arts from 1950 to 1958.

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Artworks

Maurice Lambert Head of a Woman

exhibited 1938

Maurice Lambert Man with a Bird

1929

Maurice Lambert Homo Sapiens

1937

Maurice Lambert Swan

exhibited 1932

Artist as subject

Henry Moore OM, CH, recipient: Kenneth Clark Letter from Henry Moore to Kenneth Clark

26 March 1939

Sir Jacob Epstein, recipient: Peggy Jean Lewis Letter from Jacob Epstein to Peggy Jean

[May 1948]

Barbara Ker-Seymer Photograph album

September 1935–8

Henry Moore OM, CH, recipient: Michael Ayrton Letter from Henry Moore to Michael Ayrton

1 November 1956

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