The Sladmore Gallery
Fine 19th, early 20th Century bronze sculpture and contemporary sculpture and objects.
Edward Horswell, Nona Horswell, Gerry Farrell
B.A.D.A. (The British Antique Dealers Association), S.L.A.D. (The Society of London Art Dealers)
The Sladmore Gallery started as a small, private collection and is now one of the leading galleries specialising in nineteenth and twentieth century sculpture.
Fine casts of Barye’s work together with selective works by ‘Les Animaliers’ form the basis of our nineteenth century stock, whilst Rodin, Degas, Maillol and especially Bugatti make up the twentieth century.
Our active contemporary department represents British sculptors Mark Coreth and Nic Fiddian-Green and our website shows a wide selection of our stock.
Lion Cub with Greyhound, 1906
Height: 11" (28 cm)
Length: 15" (39 cm)
Turkish Horse, c.1840
Height: 11" (29 cm)
Length: 12" (30 cm)
Herakles the Archer, 1909
Height: 25" (63 cm)
Length: 23" (59 cm)
Horse composition, with "Into the Wind", 2015, by Nic Fiddian Green b. 1963, bronze, height 39cm (incl. base) and ''Cheval faisant une descente de main'', 1865-1881 by Edgar Degas, Bronze, Height 18 cm
Hippopotamus Grazing, 1909-1910
Height: 12" (30 cm)
Length: 27" (69 cm)
One of the Burghers of Calais: Jean d'Aire, 1895
Height: 18" (47 cm)
Length: 6" (16 cm)
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