William Turnbull  (Scottish, 1922-2012) 

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William Turnbull Biography
1922   Born in Dundee, Scotland
1939 - 1941   Worked as an illustrator for a national periodical publisher in Scotland before serving in the RAF for the rest of the war
1946 - 1948   Studied at the Slade School of Fine Art in London
1948 - 1950   Lived in Paris
1952   One of the young British sculptors whose work was shown at the 26th Venice Biennale
1953 - 1961   Became Visiting Artist at the Central School of Arts and Crafts
1964 - 1972   Taught sculpture at the Central School
  Lives and works in London
Selected Exhibitions
1997   "Surrealism and After: The Gabrielle Keiller Collection", Scottish, National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh
1996   "un siècle de sculpture anglais", Galeries National du Jeu de Paume, Paris
1995   Serpentine Gallery, London
1992   Galerie Michael Haas, Berlin
1992   "4 Sculpteurs Anglais: Armitage, Caro, Chadwick, Turnbull", Artcurial Paris
1986   "Forty Years of Modern Art 1945-1985", Tate Gallery, London
1984   National Museum Art Gallery, Singapore
1973   Tate Gallery, London
1972   "20th Century Sculpture in Los Angeles Collections", U.C.L.A. Galleries Los Angeles
1964   "Guggenheim International", Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
1963   Marlborough-Gerson Gallery, New York
1952   Venice Biennale, Venice
1950   "Aspects of British Art", Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
1950   Hanover Gallery, London

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