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Michael Talbot

Michael Talbot

Michael Talbot was born in Staffordshire in 1959. He studied at the Royal Academy of Arts London, as a post graduate student specialising in figurative sculpture. Michael works from life, creating the original sculpture from clay and casting into bronze before uniquely patinating each sculpture. The process is wholly under his control allowing him to enhance and refine the final image. Michael's bronze sculpture capture the detail, spirit and emotion imbued in the original clay studies of the live model, giving a unique personality to the final work that sets Michael apart from other sculptors. Michael's sculpture is in public and private collections throughout the world including: Patrick Lichfield, former chairman of the Arts Council Lord Gibson and the Nat West Bank.

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