Public Sculpture of Birmingham: Including Sutton Coldfield

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Jeremy Beach
Liverpool University Press, 1998 - Art - 229 pages
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Birmingham not only attracted major sculptors from London, but as a great manufacturing city it possessed busy workshops of local sculptors, often closely associated with its progressive and important art school. As a result the city has an extensive range of monuments and sculptures accessible to the public. This book documents this heritage as fully as possible, from the earliest surviving item to modern, recently erected sculptures.

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About the author (1998)

George T. Noszlopy is director of the Public Monuments and Sculptures Association's Regional Archive Centre within the Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, a faculty of the University of Central England. His previous books include "Public Sculpture of Birmingham" and "Public Sculpture of Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull," Fiona Waterhouse has been the research coordinator for the Public Sculpture Project at the University of Central England since 2000.

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