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Icarus - bronze half life size

About Stuart Smith Sculptor

Born in the UK - Trained in Fine Art at St Albans School  of Art -  studied sculpture at City and Guilds, Kennington and The Royal Academy in London. His first job after graduating was as a portrait sculptor for Madame Tussauds.


Stuart has extensive experience having worked free lance for television, films and theatre. He has had numerous exhibitions in the UK, France, Italy and Holland. He regularly shows in England and France where he has a studio.


He has work in private collections in the UK, Ireland, France, Jersey, USA, Canada, Holland and Spain. Two major public art works were completed for English Heritage/Camden Council and Candy and Candy/Westminster Council.

The Martyrdom of St.Pancras bronze panel on Gloucester Gate Bridge - Regents Park - NW1

The Matyrdom of St Pancras

One of two bronze panels on Gloucester Gate Bridge - London


Lady on a Balcony  - wall relief in GRP resin.

Edition sold

"I have lived with a Stuart Smith sculpture for more than thirty years and it has never ceased to give me pleasure; its wry humour and subtle beauty nourish my senses’
Brian Sewell  2010

Café Gustav - small wall relief - ceramic

on show at Fitch and Fellows Gallery -

18 Butter Market, Thame - OX9 3EP

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La Boucher - large floor standing piece in GRP. - approx  120cm square - 40cm deep  - £1000


Café du Bourg - wall relief - ceramic - Sold

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Albert Schweitzer -life size figure modelled and cast in resin.  



'Lit Lat Lou'

bronze - approx. half life size - edition in bronze Sold.


                                                 East of Eden

                                B/W photograph NFS

                    sculpture no longer in existance

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Detail of horses head from Peel House Panel -

'Work in Bronze, Ceramic and Mixed Media Page

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Rain - bronze - approx. half life size.



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