British sculptor (b. Nov. 24, 1914, London, Eng.-d. April 25, 2003, Stroud, Gloucestershire, Eng.), was renowned for his skeletal iron and bronze sculptures, notably animal- and humanlike forms of great emotional power. Chadwick trained as an architectural draftsman. He had his first one-man show of mobiles in 1950, and the following year he was commissioned to produce two works for the Festival of Britain and one for the Battersea Park Sculpture Exhibition. After studying welding in the early 1950s, however, he turned to stable constructions. He represented Great Britain at the 1952 Venice Biennale and won the International Sculpture Prize at the 1956 Biennale, which brought him worldwide acclaim. In 1953 he was one of the 12 semifinalists for the Unknown Political Prisoner International Sculpture Competition. Chadwick was appointed CBE in 1964 and was made a Royal Academician in 2001.
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