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Kenneth Armitage, British sculptor (born JLeeds, Eng.—died Jan. 22,London, Eng.), created semiabstract bronzes, many of which displayed quirky humour, that put him at the forefront of post-World War II British ge was the head of sculpture at the Bath Academy of Art (–56) and was Britain’s first university artist in residence (at the University of Leeds.
William Kenneth Armitage CBE (18 July – 22 January ) was a British sculptor known for his semi-abstract bronzes. Life. Armitage was born in Leeds on July Ratcliff, Carter. "Armitage, Kenneth", Academic American Encyclopedia, edition, volume 2, pp.
–Born: William Kenneth Armitage, 18 JulyLeeds. This catalog was prepared to accompany the exhibition of Kenneth Armitage's recent bronze sculptures at Paul Rosenberg in New York in March Brief introduction by Paul Rosenberg. 20 works in the exhibition, all illustrated in black & white photographs.
10" high X 8" wide. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Spencer, Charles. Kenneth Armitage. London: Academy Editions [for] Editions Electo Ltd., (OCoLC) Kenneth Armitage was among the most significant British sculptors of the 20th century. In the elongated, fragile forms of his work, his overriding concern was always with humanity; a.
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The Kenneth Armitage Foundation is a charitable legacy of the sculptor Kenneth Armitage (), one of the first young post-war British sculptors to receive international acclaim. The Foundation supports sculptural tradition by awarding financial assistance to artists of all ages.
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Rothwell and Kenneth Armitage Hyde (, Book, Illustrated) at the best online prices. BIOGRAPHY of Kenneth B. Armitage. Kenneth Armitage was born Ap in Steubenville, Ohio.
He served in the United States Army from After his discharge, he attended Bethany College in West Virginia from and received his Masters in and his Ph.D inboth from the University of Wisconsin.
Kenneth Armitage, sculptor: In a book I had written on Arts and Crafts architecture, I had complained of the state of the roof of his house at 22 Avonmore Road, Kensington, built in by.
The Sculpture of Kenneth Armitage, which is being published to coincide with the artist's centenary inis the first book to feature a fully illustrated inventory of all of Armitage's known sculptures.
It will be the only available illustrated reference book on the. Published to celebrate the centenary of the birth of sculptor Kenneth Armitage ().
Kenneth Armitage was born in Leeds in He studied at Leeds College of Art and at the Slade School on Fine Art, University of London, From he served in the Army, and was appointed Head of Sculpture at. Richard Lee Armitage (born Ap ) is an American former diplomat and government official.
A graduate of the United States Naval Academy, Armitage served as a U.S. Navy officer in three combat tours of duty in the Vietnam War as a riverine warfare advisor. A Republican, after leaving activity duty he worked as an aide to Senator Bob Dole before serving in various posts in the Defense.
Simon Armitage, whose The Shout was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, has published ten volumes of poetry and has received numerous honors for his work. He lives in England. Armitage's poetry collections include Book of Matches () and The Dead Sea Poems ().
He has written two novels, Little Green Man () and The White Stuff (), as well as All Points North /5(8). Kenneth Armitage: Life and Work is the first full-scale monograph to be published on Armitage's sculpture and has been produced in close collaboration with the artist. The main text of the book is the edited transcript of tapes recorded by John McEwen and Tamsyn Woollcombe, in which Armitage explores the themes he has pursued throughout his Reviews: 1.
Kenneth Barclay Armitage, American biology professor. Recipient Antarctic medal National Science Foundation,Education Service award University Kansas,Alumni Achievement award Bethany College, ; Knapp House fellow University Wisconsin, Madison,National Science Foundation fellow,Kenneth B.
Armitage is Baumgartner Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kansas. His forty-year research project on the yellow-bellied marmot in the Upper East River Valley, Colorado, is the second longest continuous study of a mammal.