(1952 - 2006)
Paul Mason was active/lived in United Kingdom. Paul Mason is known for stone, marble, bronze sculpture, drawing.
Biography Paul Mason
Paul Mason (23 June 1952 – 9 May 2006) was a British sculptor and artist working mainly in stone and marble. Winner of the Royal Academy Gold Medal in 1976, his work has been exhibited in the United Kingdom and Europe, including the Tate Gallery, St Ives and the Bauhaus Kunst-Archiv in Berlin.
Mason is best known for his iconic stone carved pieces that are large scale interpretations of natural form. Several of his major works are on permanent public display in Nottingham, Aberdeen and the Isle of Wight, for example.
He was also a prolific carver of smaller more intimate and experimental sculptures and drawings and collages. In his late works on paper color broke into his output in bold and vigorous painting
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