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Anthony Caro

male / British
Qualifications
sculptor, draftsman
Wilkin 2009
Nationality/school
British
Born
New Malden (England) 1924-03-08/1924-03-28
Wilkin 2009
Deceased
2013-10-23
http://www.theartnewspaper.com/articles/Anthony-Caro-the-British-sculptor-has-died-aged-/30801(24 oktober 2013)
Family relationships
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Getrouwd met Sheila Girling (1949)
See also
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Biographical information
Education
Farnham School of Art (Surrey)
in de vakantieperiodes (Wilkin 2009)
Polytechnic Art School (Londen)
Regent Street Polytechnic (Londen) 1946-1947
Royal Academy of Arts (Londen)
1947-1952 (Wilkin 2009)
Active in
Teacher at academy/university
Saint Martins School of Art (Londen)
1953-1981 (Wilkin 2009)
Bennington College (Bennington)
1963-1965 (Wilkin 2009)
University of Saskatchewan (Saskatoon)
vanaf 1977 (Wilkin 2009)
active in
Subjects
This field specifies the various subject categories or genres that constitute the oeuvre of the artist in question. The contents of this field are generally based more on the documentation available at the RKD than on the literature.
abstraction, geometric abstraction, figure, figure, still life, nude figure
Wilkin 2009
Medium/technique
clay, wood, bronze, types of stone (guide term), steel
Wilkin 2009
Art movement
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cubism
Prijzen
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