Matthew Simmonds graduated from university with a degree in history of art in 1984, specialising in the art and architecture of the medieval period. In 1991 he trained as an architectural stone carver, and in this capacity he participated in the restoration of several important historic monuments in England, most particularly Westminster Abbey and Ely Cathedral. In 1996 he transferred to Italy, where he specialised in the carving of fine classical sculpture in marble.
Sculpture: 'Romanesque stone (Carved Romantic Ruin statatue)' by Matthew Simmonds
Finely Carved Stone Miniature Romantic Ruin of a Classical Roman or Greek Temple statues or sculptures For Sale for Outside Outdoors In the Garden r Yard or Indoors Inside on a Plinth, by the Brilliant Matthew Simmonds. It has been described.... "A Fine and Intricate piece work that has taken hours of detailed research and Carving to produce this Miniature Masterpiece in Stone by Matthew Simmonds the acknowledged World Expert in this field
38 x 38 x 73 cm (height x width x depth)
approx: 1 ft 3 in x 1 ft 3 in x 2 ft 4 2/3 in It is a miniature sculpture It is a statuette sculpture
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Peter de Sausmarez.
Hi Liliya, Rainbow 1 arrived today. I can`t describe my delight, it is so truly awesome, where did you ever find such a piece of wood, and you are so skilled, creating such a unique piece. I`m not worried about the crack, it`s natural, and part of its beauty. This will be a privilege to own, and will last for so many lifetimes. Kind regards,
Mr A. Chalmers, Suffolk, United Kingdom.