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This exhibition explores the integral relationship between drawing and sculpture.

Key Modern British sculptures from The Ingram Collection, one of the UK's most significant collections of Modern British Art, will be used as inspiration by members of the Royal Society of Sculptors to create drawings which are a direct response to the important works on show.

The works that will feature from The Ingram Collection include Kenneth Armitage, Walking Group (1951), Michael Ayrton, Maze Music (1972), Anthony Caro, Writing Piece – Hand (1978), Lynn Chadwick, Bird IX, (1959), Eduardo Paolozzi, Hermes II (1995) and Barbara Hepworth, Sculpture with Colour and Strings (1939 / 1961).

Prints & drawingsSculptureModern artContemporary artSouth East

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