Tom Greenshields

Bronzes and bronze resins.

Tom Greenshields

Tom Greenshields was born in 1915, the grandson of the Victorian painter Edouard Van Goethem. He attended the Slade School of Art and it was here that he received a classical training in drawing and anatomy which was to fuel his life long artistic interest and passion in representing the human body.

Inspired by the power of work by Rodin and the movement of dancers by Degas, Tom developed an artistic style of his very own. In 1980 he lost the use of his right hand in a farming accident. Undeterred, and with great courage, he transferred his artistic skills to his left hand and went on to produce some of his finest figurative sculptures.

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‘Chrissie Drying her Hair.’ - Bronze resin

Sculptures are cast in various mediums including lost wax bronze, resin bronze, resin copper, and resin marble and often in limited editions. Whatever the medium, all pieces are individually hand cast, fettled and patinated and finished with an almost obsessive attention to detail.