Person    | Male  Born 1962 

Kenny Hunter

Categories: Sculpture

From National Galleries Scotland: "Born and raised in Edinburgh, Sculptor Kenny Hunter studied at Glasgow School of Art from 1983 to 1987. His work is heavily influenced by plastic toys, in the colours and flawless finish he uses for his sculptures. Hunter sees this as related to classical sculptors who worked with marble until no marks from their chisels and tools could be seen. His work looks as if it has been made by a machine rather than by hand."

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Kenny Hunter

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War memorial - Walworth Square

This depicts an anonymous 12-year-old youth standing on a giant, fallen ash t...

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Alfred Turner

Alfred Turner

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3 memorials
Love

Love

Created the tympanum at St Giles Church in 1800.

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1 memorial
Gary Breeze

Gary Breeze

Stonemason. Born Essex.

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Sir Joseph Edgar Boehm

Sir Joseph Edgar Boehm

Born Vienna, educated England, granted English citizenship 1865. Sculptor in Ordinary for Scotland (a member of the royal household in Scotland) 1881 - 1890. Best known for the head of Queen Victor...

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15 memorials