By: William Pye (Author), Rupert Brown (Author), Oliver Brown (Author), Noël Riley (Editor)
288 pages, 500 colour illustrations
This book covers Pye's creative career, from childhood to the Royal College of Art in the mid sixties, his post-student days up to the early eighties, and his work post-1984, up to the present, with water as an integral and essential element of his sculptures. Constituting 288 pages over 6 illustrated chapters.
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