E.B. COX RCA, OSA, SSC (1914-2003)
Elford Bradley Cox (AKA: E.B. Cox) was a sculptor. He was born in Botha, Alberta, Canada and died in Toronto, Ontario where he lived and worked most of his life. He also lived in Bowmanville, Ontario (1921) and Palgrave, Ontario (1950), both within 50 miles of Toronto.
His mediums include limestone, marble, alabaster, wood, precious and semi-precious stones, porcelain, bronze, copper and steel. His subjects are animals (especially bears), Greek mythology, portraits, figures, torsos, heads, faces and semi abstract. His primary style is Realism. His work is influenced by Henry Moore, (whom he knew), and First Nations (Indian) art.
Much of his best k
... Displaying 750 of 4625 characters.