Sculpture from the 19th, 20th and 21st century.
Recent exhibitions have included: 'The New Sculpture Movement: Searching for the Ideal', 'Rodin: The Birth of Modern Sculpture', 'Henry Moore - Maquettes', & 'Emily Young'.
Robert Bowman started Bowman Sculpture in 1993, after 15 years at Sothebys during which he was Director of European Works of Art. Robert is an appointed sculpture expert for the UK Government committees for the Acceptance in Lieu Tax Scheme, and The Export of Art and Objects of Cultural Reference. He was the head of the TEFAF vetting committee for 19th & 20th century sculpture for over 15 years. In 2015, Bowman Sculpture sold the iconic Sybil Mignon Cooke archive to the Musée Rodin in Paris.
Bowman Sculpture is based at 6 Duke Street, St James's, London, and is the foremost gallery in the world for sculpture by Auguste Rodin. The gallery starts its sculptural journey with European Romantic sculpture of the 19th century, dealing in the masters of this period such as Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse and Aimé-Jules Dalou through to the Impressionist, Modern and Cubist sculpture of Edgar Degas, Pablo Picasso, Henri Laurens, Jaques Lipichitz, Ossip Zadkine and Marino Marini. Bowman Sculpture also specialises in the work of the English New School sculptors including Alfred Gilbert, Lord Frederic Leighton and Hamo Thornycroft. In addition, Bowman Sculpture exhibits the best of 20th century sculpture, particularly Modern British, including Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Lynn Chadwick, Gerald Laing, and Eduardo Paolozzi. In addition, Bowman Sculpture represents contemporary artists including Emily Young, Hanneke Beaumont, Maurice Blik and Yves Dana.