Imogen Stuart

Imogen Stuart

Imogen Stuart talks about her important sculpture The Flame of Human Dignity, installed in the courtyard of the Centre Culturel Irlandais since November 2005. The elder daughter of Germany's leading art critic of the Thirties and a pupil of Otto Hitzberger, she moved to Ireland in 1951 and has been a professional artist all her working life.  Her influences range from German expressionism to early Irish Christian art; she works in wood, stone, bronze, steel, clay, plaster and terracotta.

Image : Imogen Stuart The Flame of Human Dignity Photo ©Barbara Laborde


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