(1913 - 1996)
Ivor Roberts-Jones was active/lived in United Kingdom. Ivor RobertsJones is known for painting and sculpture.
Biography Ivor Roberts-Jones
Ivor Roberts-Jones, RA (2 November 1913-9 December 1996)He was born
in Oswestry, where one of his works, “The Borderland Farmer”, stands in
the town centre. He studied at Oswestry School and Worksop College
before attending Goldsmiths College, London and the Royal Academy of
Arts. During the Second World War he served in the Burma Campaign.Roberts-Jones
was a founder member of the Society of Portrait Sculptors in 1953 and
was head of the sculpture department at Goldsmith’s College of Art from
1964-1978. He established his reputation for portrait sculpture
including commissions for Yehudi Menuhin and George Thomas, Viscount
Tonypandy, as well as over life size figures including Field Marshall
Viscount slim of Burma and Fi
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