Alfred Gilbert, Frederic Leighton & The New Sculpture

25 February - 19 March 2015

The Fine Art Society, a gallery synonymous with The New Sculpture movement, will present a major selling exhibition of some of the most famous sculptures produced by these revolutionary artists. In addition to a number of domestic statuettes, the gallery will also be exhibiting a full-size cast of George Frampton's Peter Pan, as well as an eight foot aluminium cast of Alfred Gilbert's iconic Eros. The show coincides with Tate Britain's important survey of Victorian Sculpture, Sculpture Victorious (25th February - 25th May 2015). 


Offering for sale an impressive collection of some of the most important works of the period, the exhibition aims to stimulate a deeper understanding of The new Sculpture movement, and encourage a wider appreciation of its significance in the history of sculpture in Britain.