He Sang To Them About Their Own Importance

UNDERWOOD, Leon - He Sang To Them About Their Own Importance, 1926, wood engraving, 9.2 x 14cm SHOP.jpg
IMG_4293.jpg
UNDERWOOD, Leon - He Sang To Them About Their Own Importance, 1926, wood engraving, 9.2 x 14cm SHOP.jpg
IMG_4293.jpg

He Sang To Them About Their Own Importance

185.00

Leon Underwood
He Sang To Them About Their Own Importance, 1926
Wood engraving
9.2 x 14cm (image)

This work comes framed in black solid wood with conservation mount. The price includes professional packing and recorded delivery at £25.00. To ask about collecting this artwork, please contact us on 0191 261 4465.

Leon Underwood, born in 1890, was a noted British sculptor, painter, draughtsman and engraver. He has been described as 'the precursor of modern sculpture in Britain'.

Underwood is best known for his sculptures cast in bronze, carvings in marble, stone and wood, and his drawings. His lifetime´s work however includes a wide range of mediums and activities, and an expressive and technical mastery in what was at the time a groundbreaking approach to multiple media.

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