20th/21st Century Art

April 2328, 2022
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LOT 131

Lot 131

Malcolm Woodward (1943-2014)

Malcolm Woodward (1943-2014)
Lot 131 Details
Malcolm Woodward (1943-2014), British


Bronze; signed with incised signature: "M. Woodward" and numbered 2/7 on the back edge, dated 1974 in the Beaverbrook Art Gallery inventory.
14.8 ins x 11 ins x 8.25 ins; 37.5 cms x 27.9 cms x 21 cms

Estimate $500-$700

Realised: $360
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

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Malcolm Woodward (1943-2014)
  • Malcolm Woodward (1943-2014)
  • Malcolm Woodward (1943-2014)
  • Malcolm Woodward (1943-2014)

Gift of Mr. George J. Rosengarten, O.C., Montreal;
To the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, NB, Accession No. 1984.01.S;
Deaccessioned to benefit art purchases at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery


Malcolm Woodward was an assistant to Henry Moore for 13 years while working on his own sculptures. He later worked in conservation and curation, including overseeing a major exhibition of Moore's work in Kew Gardens in 2007-2008.


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LOT 131

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