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Antony Gormley's "Field for the British Isles" made from 40,000 terracotta figures. Now owned by Hayward Gallery, London. See more at link.

Antony Gormley - Field for the British Isles - Pictify - your social art network

phytos: Antony Gormley - Field, 1989-2003 200,000 terracotta figures, each looking towards the viewer, completely occupy the space in which they are installed. The figures are made from 125 tonnes of...

Countless Clay Figurine Installations Field by Antony Gormley Took Nearly 15 Years to Complete

Forest Art

Not just installation art but planted, growing art. Alapuolella maa - The ground beneath by Finnish artist Jaakko Pernu

Antony Gormley - "Ball Works" series - gestalt du corps, de la silhouette

Molecule-Like Clusters Amazingly Form the Human Body

pieter stockmans - fielda, ceramics

‘Field’ is an Antony Gormley installation of clay figures made by a family of Mexican brick-makers. Gormley asked that the figures be easy to hold in one’s hands and that the head and body be in proportion to one another.

Antony Gormley - 180,000 figurines make up 'Asian Field'

Seriously one of my favorite sculpture pieces ever. I've based several sculptures and paintings off Antony's Field pieces.

Colorfall Ian Davenport #iandavenport

Once the youngest nominee for the Turner Prize, Ian Davenport creates his “syringe art” by squirting glossy paint onto canvas and allowing g.

Antony Gormley sculptures on the National Theatre

Anthony Gormley Figures at The South Bank, London- he had art at roche court when we went last year

It seems strange, but cold, thin wires are one of the best materials when an artist wants to represent the human form. These elegant and fluid wire sculptures by Richard Stainthorp, an artist based in Richmond in the U.K., seem like dancers or woodland spirits captured in mid-stride.

It seems strange, but cold, thin wires are one of the best materials when an…

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