Art Brokerage: Lynn Chadwick British Artist: B. 1914-2003. After the second World Lynn Chadwick produced textile, furniture and architectural designs. He then began to make sculpture, and had his first exhibition with Gimpel Fils in London in 1950. In 1953 he was one of the twelve semifinalists for the Unknown Political Prisoner International Sculpture Competition, in which he was awarded an honourable mention and prize. By 1956 Lynn Chadwicks' reputation as a sculptor was confirmed internationally when he won the International Prize for Sculpture at the XXVIII Venice Biennale in 1956. His approach to sculpture is based in construction rather than modelling. Chadwick first makes a linear armature or skeleton on to which he applies a skin, building up the surface to a solid form. Earlier works featured a textured finish, but his latest pieces have a smoother, more refined surface, and geometry has replaced more organic form. His subject-matter ranges from the human form, abstracted but readily recognised, to animals - general types rather than specific creatures. Listings wanted.