CV & Collections

Anne Curry ARBS

Collections

The following list is selective:

  • House of Commons, London
  • Tribunal de Commerce, Paris
  • Pembroke College, Oxford
  • The Union, Oxford
  • Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Regimental Museum, Stirling Castle
  • Newby Hall, North Yorkshire
  • Levens Hall, Cumbria
  • The Earl and Countess of Wessex
  • Baron Alain de Condé, Bordeaux
  • Comte and Comtesse Christian Dadvisard, Brussels
  • Lord and Lady Heseltine
  • Lord Jenkins of Hillhead
  • Sir John and Dame Norma Major
  • Lord and Lady Plumb
  • Mr and Mrs Murray Lugash, Los Angeles
Collections

CV & Selected Exhibitions

2017
Venice Biennale, Italy
Garden Gallery, Hampshire
Kew Gardens, London

2016
West Lavington Manor, Wiltshire

2015
Newby Hall Gardens, North Yorkshire

2014
Duin & Kruidberg Estate in Santpoort, Netherlands
Beddington Fine Art in Bargémon in Var, France

2013
Cookham Festival with Barn Galleries, Henley on Thames
Beddington Fine Art in Bargémon in Var, France
Summers Place Auctions in association with Sotheby’s

2012
Burghley House Sculpture Garden, Lincolnshire
Beddington Fine Art Sculpture Garden, Var, France
Summers Place Auctions in association with Sotheby’s

2011
Sir Harold Hillier Gardens, Hampshire
Painswick Rococo Garden, Gloucestershire

2010
“Natural Sources”, The Cartshed Gallery, Dorset

2010
“Sculpture in the Garden”, Newland End Gardens, Essex, featuring her latest large scale sculptures based on organic shapes

2009
Newby Hall Gardens, North Yorkshire

2008
Levens Hall, Cumbria

2007
Arndeane Gallery, London. Solo sculpture exhibition of portraits, nudes and stone carvings of plant forms

2006, 2002, 1999, 1997
Society of Portrait Sculptors, London

2005
Olympia Antiques Fair, and BADA Fair, London, with Stephen Jack Fine Arts: portraits and nudes

2004, 2003
Art London, with Fine Art Commissions: portrait

2002
Arndean Gallery, London, with Fine Art Commissions: portrait

2001
Clotilde Vulliemin – Geneva

1998
Royal Society of British Artists, London: stone nude

1995
National Portrait Gallery, London; “Breaking the Mould: Material and Methods of Sculpture.”

1991
Starts working on commissions

1991-1989
Studies sculpture under Rosemary Barnett, until recently Head of the Frink School of Figurative Sculpture in Stoke-on-Trent

1972
Moves to East Anglia, brings up a family and creates a garden.

1972
Publishes The Egyptian and Egyptianizing Monuments of Imperial Rome (under her maiden name A. Roullet) – Leiden 1972

1971-1968
Assistant Editor for La Revue de l’Art, in Paris

1968-1961
Doctorate in Egyptology (Oxford)
Degree in History of Art (Sorbonne, Paris)
Degree in Political Science (Bordeaux University)