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Michael Royde-Smith (attributed) Female Form in Limestone

Michael Royde-Smith (attributed) Female Form in Limestone

The True Sculpture Studio

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This is a very impressive Sculpture attributed to the pupil of Eric Gill, Michael Royde-Smith. It is carved in Limestone. The deep almost Art Deco Lines of the piece, especially the hair is very reminiscent of Gill's style. 

The sculpture has two unworked sides which indicates it was intended to be wall mounted in a corner of a building or was intended to have an inscription carved into the blanks, which was indicative of Michael's works.  

The piece is unsigned hence its attribution rather than a confirmation, but this does not detract from the sinuous and stylish form of this stunning sculpture which would grace any internal or external setting.   

Age:        circa 1940 -50s

Height:   75 cm (29.1/2 inches)

Width:    33 cm (13 inches)

Depth:    15 cm (5.7/8 inches)

Weight:   46.8kg  (103 lbs)


Michael Royde Smith is a relatively unknown stonemason and sculptor who worked with Eric Gill at his workshop in Ditchling village and later in Buckinghamshire.

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