Isaac Witkin — New Generation of sculptors — Abstract Sculptures

Isaac Witkin internationally renowned modern sculptor, was born in Johannesburg, South Africa on 10 May 1936, and he died 23 April 2006. Witkin entered Saint Martin’s School of Art in London in 1957. Studying under Sir Anthony Caro and alongside other luminaries in training such as Phillip King, William G. Tucker, David Annesley and Michael Bolus, Witkin learned and helped create a new style of sculpture that led to their being called the New Generation of sculptors when their innovating abstract forms of modern sculpture reached and changed the art world. Witkin’s work, abstract works of usually brightly colored fiberglass or wood, in particular was noted for its “witty, Pop-Art look”.

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