• Richard Trupp

    Sculptor Richard Trupp is a protégée of the late Sir Anthony Caro. He works in steel, bronze, rubber and park benches. Described by Caro as “ambitious”, Birmingham-born Trupp transforms the miniature and mundane into the monumental and significant. Trupp’s signature wedge sculptures are both a nod to his mentor’s industrial leanings and a very distinct and emblematic direction of his own. Remember the name.

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  • Richard Trupp

    Sculptor Richard Trupp is a protégée of the late Sir Anthony Caro. He works in steel, bronze, rubber and park benches. Described by Caro as “ambitious”, Birmingham-born Trupp transforms the miniature and mundane into the monumental and significant. Trupp’s signature wedge sculptures are both a nod to his mentor’s industrial leanings and a very distinct and emblematic direction of his own. Remember the name.

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    Highly rated
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  • Richard Trupp

    Sculptor Richard Trupp is a protégée of the late Sir Anthony Caro. He works in steel, bronze, rubber and park benches. Described by Caro as “ambitious”, Birmingham-born Trupp transforms the miniature and mundane into the monumental and significant. Trupp’s signature wedge sculptures are both a nod to his mentor’s industrial leanings and a very distinct and emblematic direction of his own. Remember the name.

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    Highly rated
    The Observer Magazine

  • Richard Trupp

    Sculptor Richard Trupp is a protégée of the late Sir Anthony Caro. He works in steel, bronze, rubber and park benches. Described by Caro as “ambitious”, Birmingham-born Trupp transforms the miniature and mundane into the monumental and significant. Trupp’s signature wedge sculptures are both a nod to his mentor’s industrial leanings and a very distinct and emblematic direction of his own. Remember the name.

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    Highly rated
    The Observer Magazine

  • Richard Trupp

    Sculptor Richard Trupp is a protégée of the late Sir Anthony Caro. He works in steel, bronze, rubber and park benches. Described by Caro as “ambitious”, Birmingham-born Trupp transforms the miniature and mundane into the monumental and significant. Trupp’s signature wedge sculptures are both a nod to his mentor’s industrial leanings and a very distinct and emblematic direction of his own. Remember the name.

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    Highly rated
    The Observer Magazine