New Collection of Sculptures by Lorenzo Quinn

You are invited to view a forth coming exhibition of works by Lorenzo Quinn at the Enid Hutt Gallery – running in conjunction with an exclusive feature of original pieces by the leading sculptor at the Halcyon Gallery, London. The exhibition will run from the 21st of November until Christmas.

Internationally renowned sculptor Lorenzo Quinn is regarded as one of the leading contemporary sculptors in the world. Inspired by the great masters such as Michelangelo, Bernini, Carpaux and Rodin, Lorenzo’s monumental sculptures transmit emotion and meaning. His passion and strongly held political and religious views evidently flow through his work.

The multi award winning sculptor has reached many heights with his amazing pieces of figurative bronze art and is Included in many private collections throughout the World which lead to many prestigious commissioned pieces.

Work undertaken includes the likeness of Saint Anthony, in commemoration of the Eighth Centennial of the Saint’s birth. Lorenzo’s sculpture was blessed by the Holy Father in Saint Peter’s Square before it was placed in the Basilica del Santo in Padua in 1995. He has also been commissioned by United Nations to produce a stamp for their collection, as well as placing several monumental sculptures though out the UK & Europe.

For a short period of time his stunning limited edition reproduction sculptures will be touring the UK, along side an exclusive exhibition of original works at the Halcyon Gallery, London. The touring exhibition is to feature some of Lorenzo Quinn’s best work to date consisting of a collection of 8 pieces, 3 of which are brand new creations.

For a sneak preview and to pre-order any pieces from the collection please click here to visit our online gallery.

Please contact us if you would like to be sent an invite and brochure to the showing of Lorenzo Quinn’s new work, please visit the contact us page and submit your enquiry

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