Sean Henry

Tom Flynn, 2008

Publisher: Scala Publishers.

ISBN: 978-1-85759-573-4

Dimensions: 28 x 24 cm

Pages: 160 including 120 colour illustrations
£20.00 / £25.00
Sean Henry's sculptures occupy private and public locations all over the world. Since his first solo show, in London in 1988, he has won a broad international reputation as one of the most talented British artists of his generation. Aftern an initial chapter exploring Henry's background and influences - Tom Flynn considers the full range of Henry's work from four different veiwpoints, in successive chapters: Technique and Scale; Colour and Realism' Theatricality; and Location and Environment. The book also includes an illustrated cataloge of Henry's most signiifcant works, a biographical timeline, a list of exhibitions and a bibliography. In recent years Henry has exhibited in Britain, America, Australia, Germany, Holland, Italy and Sweden. As Sean Henry's work continues to grow in popularity, this is a welcome, in-depth analysis od the career, techniques and methods of a unique and talented artist.