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Public Statues and Sculpture Association

Arch Bronze Ltd

Established in 1986 at Putney, South London, by Chris Nash and Gabrielle Brisbane. The foundry’s website lists a wide range of services, including casting in bronze, aluminium and other non-ferrous alloys. Clients include Jake & Dinos Chapman, Nic Fiddian-Green, Maggi Hambling and Marc Quinn. Public sculptures include Dhruva Mistry’s Diagram of an Object, 1990, in front of the Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow; Eduardo Paolozzi’s Parthenope and Egeria, 1997, in front of the Michael Swann Building, Edinburgh; Andrew Logan’s Pegasus, 2001, Scott’s Green Island, Dudley; and Charlie Mackesey’s Return of the Prodigal, 2005, Brompton Road, South Kensington.

Bibliography: Arch Bronze Ltd website; T. Cavanagh, Public Sculpture of Kensington and Chelsea with Westminster South-West, Watford, 2023, pp. 20, 22, 45, 50, 51; R. McKenzie, Public Sculpture of Edinburgh (2 vols), Liverpool, 2018, vol. 1, p. 418; R. McKenzie, Public Sculpture of Glasgow, Liverpool, 2002, p. 197; NPG British bronze sculpture founders website.

Terry Cavanagh November 2022