Robin Gibson Gallery

modern + contemporary

Clement Meadmore

Crossing 1997

small bronze
18×28×20cm
US $20,900


Clement Meadmore

“Lap” & Other Sculptures

11 June – 6 July

Clement Meadmore (1929 – 2005) is often described as Australia’s greatest modernist sculptor, and is also recognised as one of our greatest artistic exports

Born in Melbourne in 1929, Meadmore originally studied aeronautical engineering at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) in Australia. Although he never worked in the field, the skills he learned here equipped him handsomely with the understandings and practical skills needed for a short but successful career designing bespoke furniture (1949 – late 1950s) and later his sculpture practice

After moving to New York City in 1963, Clement Meadmore began an exploration which was to develop into the central theme of his practice for the next four decades. It focused on variations of elongated, squared metal forms with understated surfaces

After a long and successful career as a sculptor abroad, Clement Meadmore died in New York City on April 19, 2005. He contributed a legacy of sculpture which was collected and installed across the US, Japan, Mexico and Australia

Robin Gibson Gallery is the authorised Australian agent for The Meadmore Foundation

Clement Meadmore

Crossover 1972

small bronze
18×23×16cm
US $19,800

indoor bronze
43×57×45cm
POA


Clement Meadmore

Lap 1974
(never exhibited until now)

small bronze
approximately 15×16×15cm
US $23,100

indoor bronze
approximately 43×44×43cm
POA


Clement Meadmore

Swing 1969

small bronze
13×23×17cm
US $19,800

indoor bronze
35.5×58.5×43cm
POA


Clement Meadmore

Bent Column 1966

small bronze
20.5×7.5×7.5cm
US $20,900


Clement Meadmore CV


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