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Brian Kneale

BORN:
Douglas, Isle of Man,1930

LIVES:
London

EDUCATION:
Brian originally studied painting at the Douglas School of Arts in 1947 and then at the Royal Academy Schools, London from 1948 – 1952 where he received a Rome Scholarship in painting (1949-51).

CAREER:
In 1960 he moved from painting to sculpting and in 1968 was the Head of Sculpture at Hornsey College of Art and Design. Most of his subsequent teaching career was spent at the Royal College of Art, London where he was a Tutor (1963-1980) and Senior Tutor (1980 -85).

AWARDS:
Kneale won the Leverhulme Prize in 1952, the Daily Express Young Painters’ Prize in 1955 and received an Arts Council Purchase Award in 1969.

EXHIBITIONS:
Brian has participated in many group shows, both in the UK and Europe. These include Sculpture International, Battersea Park, London (1963-1966), British Sculpture in the 60s, Tate Gallery, London (1966), New Art, Hayward Gallery 1975 and Chelsea Harbour Sculpture Show (1993). HE also curated and exhibited in British Sculptors, Royal Academy of Arts (1972) and Jubilee Exhibition of British Sculpture, Battersea Park (1977).


Brian Kneale sculpture and furniture for sale from The Sculpture Park is detailed below:

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Astonia by Brian Kneale
£40,000 + VAT

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