Richard Warren

20thc British art and poetry (mainly), plus bits of my own – "Clearly I tap to you clearly along the plumbing of the world" (W S Graham)

A better view of Annesley Tittensor

In August I posted “The invisible sculpture of Annesley Tittensor“, a short piece about the rather wonderful carving Dharana, currently on show at Wolverhampton Art Gallery, by the sculptor Annesley Tittensor, who passed through Wolverhampton School of Art in the ‘thirties, and who died in 1991. I wondered what more was known of him, and where all his other works might be hidden away. This brought a response from his daughter Rose, who has very generously sent images of a number of pieces in the keeping of the family, some still in his studio and photographed there. They’re all up on a page here, or press “A better view of Annesley Tittensor” on the tabs above.

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