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9,911. I think this is one of the great British sculptures of the twentieth century: it’s called Early One Morning and it was made in 1962 by the then new kid on the block Anthony Caro. (Art & Sculpture & Artists: Caro) Tim Marlow on ... British Sculpture 2011
11,640. At the very beginning of the 1960s a young Englishman ... developed a form of radical welded abstract steel sculpture. (Artists: Caro & Sculpture) Tim Marlow on ... Anthony Caro at Chatsworth House
11,641. Using industrial steel, he constructed rather than carved or caste, and placed his sculptures directly on the ground. (Artists: Caro & Sculpture) ibid.
11,642. Steel is just stuff. (Artists: Caro & Steel) Anthony Caro
11,643. Anthony Caro (Sir Anthony Caro OM, CBE) has been a key figure in contemporary sculpture for half a century. Since his ground-breaking show at the Whitechapel London Gallery in 1963, his work has continued to move and expand in new and different directions. (Artists: Caro & Sculpture) Anthony Caro online
11,644. British sculptor Sir Anthony Caro has died of a heart attack at the age of 89, his family has confirmed.
Sir Anthony was widely regarded as the greatest British sculptor of his generation and worked as an assistant to Henry Moore in the 1950s.
Tate director Sir Nicholas Serota called him ‘One of the outstanding sculptors of the past 50 years.’ (Arts: Caro & Sculpture) BBC online 24th October 2013
11,645. The career of Anthony Caro, who has died aged 89, was so enduring and substantial that it long seemed part of our permanent British art landscape. We are good at that – ignoring our best artists until we can take them for granted. There was a short period, at the start of the 1960s, when his new work drew a lot of attention, at a time when British art was erupting with new energies and optimism: St Ives going strong, plus situation painting, pop art, op art. By the mid-60s he was firmly established. His work was being shown, discussed and beginning to be bought on both sides of the Atlantic. (Artists: Caro & Sculpture) The Guardian online 24th October 2013