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Carl Payne, an acclaimed artist, garnered recognition and awards for his remarkable bronze sculptures. His works were rooted in traditional principles while embracing a bold and contemporary style.
As part of an artistic movement that revered technical skill, quality, and craftsmanship, Payne found himself in a modern and forward-thinking aesthetic. He appreciated the fusion of traditional values with a contemporary outlook.
Payne drew inspiration from music and the female form, finding influence in renowned artistic figures such as Rodin, Alfred Gilbert, Charles Sargant Jagger, and the Pre-Raphaelites. These diverse sources fuelled his artistic vision.
Among his notable creations is the Sir Stanley Matthews statue at the Britannia stadium, recognized as the finest sporting statue in Europe. Payne's commissioned works showcase his immense talent and skill.
Carl Payne’s award-winning bronze sculpture was based on traditional tenets executed in a bold contemporary style.
He was part of an artistic movement in which technical skill, quality and craftsmanship were valued and enjoyed within a modern and forward thinking aesthetic.
He was inspired, he said, by music and the female form, and was influenced by a host of artistic figures including Rodin, Alfred Gilbert and Charles Sargant Jagger, as well as many of the Pre-Raphaelites.
His commissioned work included the Sir Stanley Matthews statue at the Britannia stadium which was voted the best sporting statue in Europe.
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