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Who is Alan Thornhill?
Alan Thornhill is a British artist and sculptor whose long association with clay developed from pottery into sculpture. His evolved methods of working enabled the dispensing of the sculptural armature to allow improvisation, whilst his portraiture challenges notions of normality through rigorous observation.
- born in (94 years ago) in United Kingdom
- nationality: United Kingdom
- education: Camberwell College of Arts
- profession: Artist, visual artist
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Alan Thornhill. Bond 1983. Ragley Hall
Ragley Hall is the family home of the 9th Marquess and Marchioness of Hertford and the seat of the Conway-Seymour family.
The hall was designed in 1680 by Robert Hooke, friend of Sir Christopher Wren. It was completed in the 18th Century by James Gibbs who designed the Great Hall, the exceptional plasterwork in the main reception rooms and the impressive stable block in the 1750's and James Wyatt who added the central portico in 1780.
The hall stands in four hundred acres of picturesque parkland landscaped by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown in the 18th Century, and twenty seven acres of formal gardens laid out by Robert Marnock in 1873. The park and gardens provide a spectacular and unique setting for the Jerwood Sculpture collection.
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