Austin Bennet was born in 1942. Originally trained as a dancer, he was a member of the Royal Ballet Company until 1965. He began to sculpt in 1972 since when the main thrust of his work has always been towards a free interpretation of the human form. His early works were frequently remarked upon for their compelling sense of movement and strong, almost simian, form. This underlying strength has continued through to his work today where allusions to the human form are readily seen in more abstracted forms inspired by natural objects.
Girl Arranging Her Hair (Bronze Semi abstract nude Virgin statues)
Green or dark grey/ochre mottled.
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