Philip Jackson  (British, 1944) 

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Philip Jackson (Scottish, b.1944) is a renowned sculptor known for his Modern style and strong emphasis on form. After graduating from the Farnham School of Art, Jackson spent a year working as a press photographer. He then joined a design firm as a sculptor. Jackson divides his time equally between creating gallery sculptures and doing commissioned pieces for the public''s enjoyment. Many of his best pieces compliment outdoor areas, such as Young Mozart in Chelsea, the 1966 World Cup Sculpture in Newham, London, and Bobby Moore located outside Wembley Stadium. Numerous artists inspire Jackson''s work, including Sir Jacob Epstein (American/British, 1880–1959), Henry Moore (English, 1898–1986), Auguste Rodin (French, 1840–1917), Kenneth Armitage (British, 1916–2002), and Oscar Nemon (Croatian, 1906–1985).

In 1987, Jackson was elected to the Fellow Royal Society of British Sculptors, and, a few years later, the society awarded him the Silver Medal for Sculptors. In 1991 and 1992, he was awarded the Otto Beit Medal for Sculpture. During the 1990s, he also had various solo exhibitions at the Stansted Park Foundation, Chichester Festivities, Cassanova Gardens in Venice, Pashley Manor in East Sussex, Parkview Gallery in Bristol, and Naples, FL. In the late 1990s, Jackson''s Wallenberg Monument was unveiled in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Between 2000 and 2001, Jackson created the St. George for Linch War Memorial, and had one-man exhibitions at Chichester Cathedral and Rymans in Chichester. Jackson''s sculpture King George IV, which was commissioned by the Britannia Royal Naval College, was unveiled in April 2002. That same year, Jackson''s Equestrian Sculpture of Her Majesty the Queen was designed to celebrate the Jubilee for Windsor Great Park. The sculpture was unveiled by the Queen.

From 2004 to 2009, Jackson had various solo exhibitions at several locations, such as the Portland Gallery in London, UK, the Catto Gallery in London, West Dean College and Gardens, and Saville Gardens in Windsor Great Park. In 2008, Jackson created a large sculptural head of Sir Alf Ramsey for Wembley Stadium''s Football Association. At present, Jackson lives and works at the Edward Lawrence Studio in Midhurst, West Sussex.

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Philip Jackson, The Doge

 

Philip Jackson
The Doge
Catto Gallery
Philip Jackson, Le Astuzie Femminili

 

Philip Jackson
Le Astuzie Femminili
Catto Gallery
Philip Jackson, The Swordmaster

 

Philip Jackson
The Swordmaster
Catto Gallery
Philip Jackson, Making an Entrance

 

Philip Jackson
Making an Entrance
Catto Gallery
Philip Jackson, The Magistrate

 

Philip Jackson
The Magistrate
Catto Gallery
Philip Jackson, After the Ball

 

Philip Jackson
After the Ball
Catto Gallery
Philip Jackson, Bomber Command Memorial Maquette

 

Philip Jackson
Bomber Command Memorial Maquette
Catto Gallery
Philip Jackson, Gabriellis Apprentice

 

Philip Jackson
Gabriellis Apprentice
Catto Gallery
Philip Jackson, Gale Force Nun II

 

Philip Jackson
Gale Force Nun II
Catto Gallery
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MISSING ARTIST Philip Jackson, Somerset landscape

 

MISSING ARTIST Philip Jackson
Somerset landscape
oil on canvas

 

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Philip Jackson, The Don

 

Philip Jackson
The Don, 1996
bronze

 

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Philip Jackson, Rain on the Rialto

 

Philip Jackson
Rain on the Rialto, 2002
bronze w/ dark brown patina and polished bronze

 

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1989   Elected Fellow, Royal Society of British Sculptors
1990   Awarded Silver Medal Royal Society of British Sculptors
1991   Awarded Otto Beit Medal for Sculpture
1992   Awarded Otto Beit Medal for Sculpture
1993   Awarded Otto Beit Medal for Sculpture
2001   Elected member of the Art Workers Guild
2005   Awarded Honorary Master of Arts Degree, University of Chichester
2007   Appointed to the Fabric Committee of Chichester Cathedral
2008   Appointed Deputy Lieutenant of West Sussex
2009   Appointed Commander of the Royal Victorian Order
  Rymans, Chichester, UK (solo)
  Naples, Florida USA (solo)
  Pashley Manor, East Sussex, UK (solo)
  Parkview Gallery Bristol, UK (solo)
  Casanova Gardens, Venice, Italy (solo)
  Jersey Museum, Channel Islands, UK (solo)
  Chichester Festivities, Chichester Cathedral, UK (solo)
  Stansted Park Foundation, UK (solo)
  Solothurn, Switzerland (solo)
  One-man exhibition, Chichester Festivities, Chichester Cathedral, UK (solo)
  The Portland Gallery, Mayfair, London, UK (solo)
  The Catto Gallery, London, UK (solo)
  Sotheby’s Monumental Sculpture, Isleworth, USA (solo)
  The Bishop’s Palace, Wells, UK (solo)
  Savill Gardens, Windsor Great Park, UK (solo)
  Palace House & Abbey Cloister, Beaulieu, UK (solo)
  West Dean College & Gardens, UK (solo)
  Chichester Cathedral, UK (solo)
  Samares Manor, Jersey, UK (solo)