Key, Geoffrey

Geoffrey Key's mastery of form is most readily seen in his figures and horses These works reveal his skill and ease of expression as a draughtsman, painter and sculptor. Through his handling of line, tone and colour, and stripping away the superfluous in the imagery, he interprets and reveals the essence of his subject with certainty and sincerity.
Xanthos and Trojan are so much more than illustrations of horses - they are imbued with powerful meaning. Far from simple representations, they are manifestations of strength, movement, balance and harmony, all captured as if suspended in the essential of the moment.

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12"(W) x 10"(H) x 6"(D)

Bronze on Marble Plinth, 1980

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