Published - 25th Aug 2023

Edward Horswell has been a major authority on nineteenth- and twentieth-century sculpture for over thirty years. In 1965, the Sladmore Gallery opened in Bruton Place, dealing in nineteenth century Animalier bronzes and since 1980, under Edward’s direction, the gallery’s twentieth century and contemporary departments have expanded to include works by modern masters such as Bugatti, Degas, Fiddian Green and Rodin. Edward has also written extensively on sculpture from 1830 to today and has liaised with a number of museums on groundbreaking exhibitions covering these artists. A keen horseman, throughout his life Edward has had a particular affinity for equestrian sculpture and he is still an active polo player.

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