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Hepworth

Dame Barbara. 1903--75, British sculptor of abstract works
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The recording features Brighousebased Roger and the band on the title track, Christmas on King Street, and Hepworth also play a new arrangement of Away in a Manger.
Four individual casts were produced of Parent I, with the other three now held in public collections including The Hepworth Wakefield.
Hepworth, 24, from Askern, appeared at Sheffield crown court by video-link from jail.
The various media and methods demonstrated Hepworth and Nicholson's sharing of motifs--for example, female profiles recur in both artists' works.
This was particularly regrettable given that Hepworth regarded light as well as space and background all part of the sculptural experience.
Hepworth learned traditional modeling in clay at the Leeds School of Art and the Royal College of Art, but she also learned Italian carving techniques, in partnership with her first husband, John Skeaping, during her year of study in Rome.
Sonia Lazaruis, 79, of Florida, USA, said: "I have never known a more caring and kinder person than Albert Hepworth.
Birmingham Post Business Awards winners Hepworth Group.
The conventional view has been that Hepworth drew and painted as an aside to sculpture--for example when materials were scarce during and after the World War II (Figs.
Hepworth presents an in-depth look at the history of the systems of knowledge through which anorexia has been explained, challenging mainstream psychiatric treatment and imparting a broader concept of the diagnosis.
Neil Hepworth has over 20 years' experience as a mining engineer, most recently with Somincor (Neves Corvo Mine in Portugal).
Hepworth Clay has recognised them for their combined 210 years' service to the company, based at Hazlehead, near Holmfirth.