Six large-scale sculptures by Lynn Chadwick are featured in the Royal Horticultural Society exhibition, Sculpture at Wisley 2019. The first exhibition of its kind at an RHS Garden, Sculpture at Wisley 2019 showcases the work of six seminal 20th and 21st century artists, including Lynn Chadwick, Henry Moore and Tracey Emin.
Amongst the four Henry Moore artworks on display is his vast Sheep Piece, only the second time this sculpture has been exhibited outside of the Henry Moore Foundation. Pieces from the Lynn Chadwick estate includes Little Girl I, II and III, and three of Chadwick’s series of Beasts.
Curator Lady Susan Bacon says:
Each piece of sculpture we have chosen connects to the landscape and becomes part of it. Sited within the ever-changing long views of Wisley, these huge pieces affect that change as well as opening the eye to see both the gardens and the sculpture in a different way.