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Anthony Smith MA(Hons), ARBS, FLS

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Sculptor Anthony Smith MA(Hons), ARBS, FLS
Anthony Smith

About Anthony Smith

Anthony has a life-long interest in both natural history and art and it is through his sculptures that he combines these twin passions. A fascination for Natural History led Anthony study Zoology at Cambridge University, after which he set up a studio and began his career as a sculptor, teaching himself the traditional sculpting methods of the 19th-century masters.

His wildlife sculptures are inspired by his travels and direct observations of animals in the wild, supported by studies of animal anatomy and behaviour. He has also developed a passion for that most challenging form of sculpture – human portraiture. He is skilled at using limited reference material to create accurate depictions of historical figures, with a special interest in great scientists and explorers. From the age of eighteen, Anthony began exhibiting his first bronze wildlife sculptures in London and soon also developed an interest in human figure sculpture, inspired by the works of Rodin, Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, and Jules Dalou. After graduating from University in 2005, he set up a sculpting studio in Cambridge and began working on commissioned sculptures. In 2009 he was commissioned to create a life-sized bronze statue of the young Charles Darwin for Cambridge University. The statue was unveiled by HRH Prince Philip on the bicentenary of Darwin`s birth, and subsequently short-listed for the Marsh Award for Best Public Sculpture of the Year. In 2013 Anthony`s statue of Alfred Russel Wallace was unveiled by Sir David Attenborough at the Natural History Museum in London - the first new state commissioned for the Museum in more than eighty years. The sculpture has subsequently been short-listed for the Marsh Award for Excellence in Public Sculpture. Anthony Smith, Sculptor, is an Associate Member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors, a Fellow of the Linnean Society of London, and lives and works in Amsterdam.
Sculptor Anthony Smith MA(Hons), ARBS, FLS
Ian Fleming, signed bronze, life-sized

Exhibition History of Anthony Smith

2013-14 The South Georgia Museum, South Georgia
2012 Galerie des Beaux Arts, Heeze, Netherlands
2011 Christ`s College Cambridge
2010 Winchester College
2009 The Wykeham Gallery, Stockbridge, Hampshire
2008 Bonhams Los Angeles
2008 Bonhams New York
2008 City Art Centre, Edinburgh
2008 The Fleming Collection, London
2008 The Wykeham Gallery, Stockbridge, Hampshire
2007 Chelsea Flower Show (Winners of the Silver-gilt medal)
2007 Nature In Art Museum, Gloucester (Artist in residence)
2006 Art For Youth, Mall Galleries, London
2006 MIWAS Annual Exhibition, Marwell Zoo, Hampshire
2006 Nature In Art Museum, Gloucester
2006-07 The Wildlife Art Gallery, Lavenham, Suffolk
2005 The Wykeham Gallery, Stockbridge, Hampshire
2004 Sculpture Under English Skies, Woburn Abbey
2002-05 Frank T Sabin Gallery, London.

Trunk, signed bronze

Biography / CV of Anthony Smith

Growing up in the Middle East, Anthony Smith, sculptor, developed an interest in wildlife at an early age and after becoming fascinated by animal evolution (reading Darwin`s `On The Origin of Species`) he went on to study Zoology at Christ`s College Cambridge. In his spare time from his studies, Anthony devoted himself to sculpture, learning the traditional nineteenth-century sculpting techniques and the process of bronze casting. From the age of eighteen, Anthony Smith, sculptor, began exhibiting his first bronze wildlife sculptures in London and soon also developed an interest in human figure sculpture (inspired by the works of Rodin, Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, and Jules Dalou). Upon graduating from University in 2005, he set up a sculpting studio and has been working full-time ever since. Anthony is an Associate Member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors, a Fellow of the Linnean Society of London, and lives and works in Amsterdam. 2013-14 - Artist Residency on the island of South Georgia, South Georgia Heritage Trust. 2013 - Life-sized bronze statue of Alfred Russel Wallace for the Natural History Museum, London. 2013 - Design for new £2 coin commissioned by the Royal Mint. 2012 - Finalist in the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. 2012 - Artist`s Residency on the Falkland Islands (Shackleton Scholarship). 2011 - Finalist in the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. 2009 - Young Darwin statue short-listed for the Marsh Award for Best Public Sculpture of the Year.

Curled Armadillo, signed bronze

Awards and Prizes of Anthony Smith

Residences and Awards
2015 - Sculptor/Photographer with Poseidon Expeditions polar cruises
2014 - Statue of Alfred Russel Wallace short-listed for the Marsh Award for Excellence in Public Sculpture
2013-14 - South Georgia Heritage Trust Artist In Residence, South Georgia
2012 - Shackleton Scholarship; Artist In Residence on the Falkland Islands
2012 - Winning design for a new £2 coin by Royal Mint
2009-10 - Resident Artist and Photographer aboard the tall ship Stad Amsterdam during an 8-month voyage around the world re-sailing Charles Darwin’s Voyage of the Beagle
2009 - Statue of ‘The Young Charles Darwin’ short-listed for the Marsh Award for Best Public Sculpture of the Year
2008 - Elected Associate of the Royal British Society of Sculptors
2007 - Elected Fellow of the Linnean Society of London
2007 - Chelsea Flower Show (the Silver-gilt medal)

Acquisitions / Collections of work by Anthony Smith

Important commissions and sales: - Royal Mint - The Natural History Museum, London - Christ`s College, Cambridge University - The Sedgwick Museum, Cambridge University - Winchester College - The Linnean Society of London.

Public Works of Anthony Smith

- Alfred Russel Wallace, life-sized bronze statue, The Natural History Museum, London (unveiled by Sir David Attenborough, 7th November 2013) - £2 coin for the United Kingdom - Young Darwin, life-sized bronze statue, Christ`s College Cambridge (Unveiled by HRH Prince Philip, 12th February 2009). - Twice-life-sized portrait bust for the Sedgwick Museum, Cambridge - Portrait bust of Carl Linnaeus for the Linnean Society of London.

Qualifications / Education of Anthony Smith

- First Class MA (Hons), Zoology, Christ`s College Cambridge - Associate Member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors - Fellow of the Linnean Society of London.

Price Range of Work

Anthony Smith's work has a price range from £950 to £30,000

Mediums utilised

Anthony Smith's work is found in the following materials:

Artwork Categorised

Anthony Smith's work is found in the following categories on site:
Tabletop Desktop Small Indoor Statuettes Figurines Sculptures (12)
Small bird Sculptures (11)
Wild Animals and Wild Life Sculptures (10)
Wild Bird Sculptures (7)
Interior, Indoors, Inside Sculpture (7)
Portrait Sculptures / Commission or Bespoke or Customised Sculptures (6)
Small Animal Sculptures (6)
Endangered Animal Species Sculptures (6)
Water Birds / Water Fowl / Seabirds / Waders (6)
Sea Birds Seagulls Sea Eagles Albatrosses Gannets etc. Sculptures (6)
Commemoratives and Memorials Sculptures (6)
Commission and Custom and Bespoke sculpture Statues (5)
Garden Bird and Animal Sculptures (5)
Busts and Heads Sculptures Statues statuettes Commissions Bespoke Custom Portrait Memorial Commemorative sculpture or statue (5)
Arctic and Antarctic Birds and Animals sculpture or statuettes or Statues (5)
Pet and Animal Portrait Custom or Bespoke or Commission Commemorative or Memoriaql sculpture statue (5)
Varietal Mix of Bird Sculptures or Statues (4)
Famous People Sculptures Statues (4)
Arctic and Antarctic Animals Birds and Fish sculpture (4)
Human Figurative Sculptures (4)
Male Men Youths Masculine Statues Sculptures statuettes figurines (4)
Bears Sculptures (3)
American Animal Bird Reptile and Fish Sculptures, Statues, statuettes, figurines (3)
Garden Or Yard / Outside and Outdoor Sculptures (3)
Bas Reliefs or Low Reliefs (3)
Animals and Humans Sculptures, Statues and Statuettes (3)
Dogs Sculpture (2)
Historical Character Statues / Sculptures (2)
Public Art Sculpture (2)
Figurative Public Art Sculptures (2)
Men and Women at Work Sculptures Statues (2)
Children Playing Sculptures or Statues or statuettes (2)
Sea Fish Sculptures (2)
Classical Style Sculptures and Statues (2)
Dolphins, Whales, Porpoises, Seals, Sculptures (2)
Birds in Flight, Birds Flying Sculptures or Statues (2)
Indoor Inside Interior Abstract Contemporary Modern Sculpture / statue / statuette / figurine (2)
African Animal and Wildlife Sculptures (2)
Animal Abstract Contemporary Modern Stylised Minimalist Sculptures (2)
Farm Yard Sculptures (2)
Plaques, Medals, Medalions, Coins, Tokens, Commemorative Customised Commission or Bespoke (2)
Stylized People Sculptures
Marine Maritime Water Sea sculpture statue statuette
Sport sculpture
Lifelike Realistic Coloured Painted sculpture Statue
Penguins Puffins Auks Sculptures
Dogs Hounds Bitches Puppies Sporting and Racing
Stylized Animals Sculptures
Animals and Birds at Play Sculptures Statues
Wall Mounted or Wall Hanging sculpture
Parent - Child Sculpture
Varietal cross section of Floral, Fruit and Plantlife Sculpture
Field Sports, Game Birds and Game Animals Sculptures
Awards, Trophies, Presentations and Prizes Sculptures
Horse Sculpture / Equines Race Horses Pack HorseCart Horses Plough Horsess
Aquatic Sculptures Fish / Shells / Sharks / Seals / Corals / Seaweed
Partial Animal Sculptures Fragment or Part or Incomplete Statues statuettes
Balancing Sculptures
Hares and Rabbits Sculptures
Indoor figurative sculpture
Young Animal Bird, Reptile or Amphibian and possibly Insects Statues
Cloud, Breeze, Wave and Wind Sculptures
Silhouette, Flat, or Thin or Two Dimensional Bas and Low Reliefs Sculptures or Statues
Outsize, Very Big, Extra Large and Massive Sculptures
Family Groups Sculptures
Human and Animal Sculptures
Horse and Rider / Jockey Sculpture / Equestrian Sculptures
Domestic Animal Sculpture
Badger, Otter, Beaver, Weasel, Stoat, Pine Martin, Wombat Sculptures
Minimalist Understated Abstract Contemporary Sculpture statuary statuettes
Birds Abstract Contemporary Stylised l Minimalist Sculpture / Statues
Teenagers Sculptures statuettes Portraits figurines commissions etc
Animal Birds Fish Busts or Heads or Masks or Trophies For Sale or Commission
Stylised Birds Sculptures / Statues / statuary / ornaments figurines / statuettes
Small / Little Figurative sculpture / statuette / statuary / ornament / figurine
Heraldic Crests Logos Trade Marks Carvings or Castings
Plant Outdoor Outside Garden or Yard sculpture statue statuette
Predators Carnivores Hunters Flesh Eaters Sculptures Statues statuettes carvings
Tree Plant Shrub Bonsai sculpture statue statuette
Gymnast or Gymnastic sculpture / statue / statuette / figurine
Horses Small, for Indoors and Inside Display Statues statuettes Sculptures figurines commissions commemoratives
Contemplative, Restful, Thougtful Sculptures
Australian and New Zealand Wild Life
Animals in General Sculptures Statues
Round Disk, Dish, Flat Circular Ring Shaped Sculptures / Statues statuette statuary
Elephants (Pachederms) Sculptures, African, Indian, Sumatran
Big Large Birds Sculptures Statues
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