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    • § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Indian Elephant Calf Maquette
      Oct. 27, 2023

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Indian Elephant Calf Maquette

      Est: £800 - £1,200

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Indian Elephant Calf Maquette signed, titled and inscribed A/C, artist's cast from an edition of 25, with Lunts Castings Foundry stamp, hallmarked for Birmingham, silver (9.5cm high, 11.5cm wide (3 3/4in high, 4 1/2in wide)) Laurence Broderick: The Accidental Naturalist I am never ever going to make an animal, I didn’t want to go into that area. I was a sculptor of shapes, modern, abstract shapes, I did not want to go down the road of being a wildlife sculptor. Laurence Broderick Despite the above declaration, the agility of the otter and its ability to create myriad shapes captured Laurence Broderick’s imagination and appealed to his artistic nature. He allowed himself to experiment and to depict just this one animal. Today Broderick’s affinity with the otter is so great that he is known as the ‘otter man of Skye’ and he is a joint president of the International Otter Survival Fund (IOSF). His work and attitude towards conservation have also broadened to include many other species. Broderick’s respect for the natural world is also apparent through his creative process. Often carving directly into stone or wood he makes no preparatory drawings or models of his intended creations. Instead, he works in unison with the material to accentuate its natural truth, keeping forms simple and surfaces uncluttered by detail. In many cases his sculptures are carefully polished to enhance their colour and markings, especially when they are cast in bronze or silver. Broderick works with a wide selection of stone including Ledmore, Portsoy and Purbeck marbles, alabaster, Polyphant soapstone, as well as Hopton Wood and Ancaster limestone. The combination of these raw materials together with a sympathy with the casting process and sensitive sculpture’s eye has led to the creation of objects in harmony with the natural world.

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Ollie the Otter Maquette
      Oct. 27, 2023

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Ollie the Otter Maquette

      Est: £800 - £1,200

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Ollie the Otter Maquette signed, titled and numbered 10/25, with Lunts Castings Foundry stamp, hallmarked for Birmingham, silver (20cm high (7 7/8in high)) Laurence Broderick: The Accidental Naturalist I am never ever going to make an animal, I didn’t want to go into that area. I was a sculptor of shapes, modern, abstract shapes, I did not want to go down the road of being a wildlife sculptor. Laurence Broderick Despite the above declaration, the agility of the otter and its ability to create myriad shapes captured Laurence Broderick’s imagination and appealed to his artistic nature. He allowed himself to experiment and to depict just this one animal. Today Broderick’s affinity with the otter is so great that he is known as the ‘otter man of Skye’ and he is a joint president of the International Otter Survival Fund (IOSF). His work and attitude towards conservation have also broadened to include many other species. Broderick’s respect for the natural world is also apparent through his creative process. Often carving directly into stone or wood he makes no preparatory drawings or models of his intended creations. Instead, he works in unison with the material to accentuate its natural truth, keeping forms simple and surfaces uncluttered by detail. In many cases his sculptures are carefully polished to enhance their colour and markings, especially when they are cast in bronze or silver. Broderick works with a wide selection of stone including Ledmore, Portsoy and Purbeck marbles, alabaster, Polyphant soapstone, as well as Hopton Wood and Ancaster limestone. The combination of these raw materials together with a sympathy with the casting process and sensitive sculpture’s eye has led to the creation of objects in harmony with the natural world.

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Heron Maquette
      Oct. 27, 2023

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Heron Maquette

      Est: £700 - £900

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Heron Maquette numbered 9/25, with Lunts Castings Foundry stamp, hallmarked for Birmingham, silver (14cm high (5 1/2in high)) Laurence Broderick: The Accidental Naturalist I am never ever going to make an animal, I didn’t want to go into that area. I was a sculptor of shapes, modern, abstract shapes, I did not want to go down the road of being a wildlife sculptor. Laurence Broderick Despite the above declaration, the agility of the otter and its ability to create myriad shapes captured Laurence Broderick’s imagination and appealed to his artistic nature. He allowed himself to experiment and to depict just this one animal. Today Broderick’s affinity with the otter is so great that he is known as the ‘otter man of Skye’ and he is a joint president of the International Otter Survival Fund (IOSF). His work and attitude towards conservation have also broadened to include many other species. Broderick’s respect for the natural world is also apparent through his creative process. Often carving directly into stone or wood he makes no preparatory drawings or models of his intended creations. Instead, he works in unison with the material to accentuate its natural truth, keeping forms simple and surfaces uncluttered by detail. In many cases his sculptures are carefully polished to enhance their colour and markings, especially when they are cast in bronze or silver. Broderick works with a wide selection of stone including Ledmore, Portsoy and Purbeck marbles, alabaster, Polyphant soapstone, as well as Hopton Wood and Ancaster limestone. The combination of these raw materials together with a sympathy with the casting process and sensitive sculpture’s eye has led to the creation of objects in harmony with the natural world.

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Sutherland Nude, 2007
      Oct. 27, 2023

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Sutherland Nude, 2007

      Est: £1,000 - £2,000

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Sutherland Nude, 2007 signed, titled and dated (to base), Ledmore marble (44.5cm wide (17 1/2in wide)) Laurence Broderick: The Accidental Naturalist I am never ever going to make an animal, I didn’t want to go into that area. I was a sculptor of shapes, modern, abstract shapes, I did not want to go down the road of being a wildlife sculptor. Laurence Broderick Despite the above declaration, the agility of the otter and its ability to create myriad shapes captured Laurence Broderick’s imagination and appealed to his artistic nature. He allowed himself to experiment and to depict just this one animal. Today Broderick’s affinity with the otter is so great that he is known as the ‘otter man of Skye’ and he is a joint president of the International Otter Survival Fund (IOSF). His work and attitude towards conservation have also broadened to include many other species. Broderick’s respect for the natural world is also apparent through his creative process. Often carving directly into stone or wood he makes no preparatory drawings or models of his intended creations. Instead, he works in unison with the material to accentuate its natural truth, keeping forms simple and surfaces uncluttered by detail. In many cases his sculptures are carefully polished to enhance their colour and markings, especially when they are cast in bronze or silver. Broderick works with a wide selection of stone including Ledmore, Portsoy and Purbeck marbles, alabaster, Polyphant soapstone, as well as Hopton Wood and Ancaster limestone. The combination of these raw materials together with a sympathy with the casting process and sensitive sculpture’s eye has led to the creation of objects in harmony with the natural world.

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Diving Otter VI
      Oct. 27, 2023

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Diving Otter VI

      Est: £3,000 - £5,000

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Diving Otter VI signed and titled, patinated bronze (78cm high (30 3/4in high)) Laurence Broderick: The Accidental Naturalist I am never ever going to make an animal, I didn’t want to go into that area. I was a sculptor of shapes, modern, abstract shapes, I did not want to go down the road of being a wildlife sculptor. Laurence Broderick Despite the above declaration, the agility of the otter and its ability to create myriad shapes captured Laurence Broderick’s imagination and appealed to his artistic nature. He allowed himself to experiment and to depict just this one animal. Today Broderick’s affinity with the otter is so great that he is known as the ‘otter man of Skye’ and he is a joint president of the International Otter Survival Fund (IOSF). His work and attitude towards conservation have also broadened to include many other species. Broderick’s respect for the natural world is also apparent through his creative process. Often carving directly into stone or wood he makes no preparatory drawings or models of his intended creations. Instead, he works in unison with the material to accentuate its natural truth, keeping forms simple and surfaces uncluttered by detail. In many cases his sculptures are carefully polished to enhance their colour and markings, especially when they are cast in bronze or silver. Broderick works with a wide selection of stone including Ledmore, Portsoy and Purbeck marbles, alabaster, Polyphant soapstone, as well as Hopton Wood and Ancaster limestone. The combination of these raw materials together with a sympathy with the casting process and sensitive sculpture’s eye has led to the creation of objects in harmony with the natural world.

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Dancer III
      Oct. 27, 2023

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Dancer III

      Est: £2,000 - £3,000

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Dancer III signed, titled and numbered 2/7, patinated bronze on marble base (70.5cm high (27 3/4in high) including base) Laurence Broderick: The Accidental Naturalist I am never ever going to make an animal, I didn’t want to go into that area. I was a sculptor of shapes, modern, abstract shapes, I did not want to go down the road of being a wildlife sculptor. Laurence Broderick Despite the above declaration, the agility of the otter and its ability to create myriad shapes captured Laurence Broderick’s imagination and appealed to his artistic nature. He allowed himself to experiment and to depict just this one animal. Today Broderick’s affinity with the otter is so great that he is known as the ‘otter man of Skye’ and he is a joint president of the International Otter Survival Fund (IOSF). His work and attitude towards conservation have also broadened to include many other species. Broderick’s respect for the natural world is also apparent through his creative process. Often carving directly into stone or wood he makes no preparatory drawings or models of his intended creations. Instead, he works in unison with the material to accentuate its natural truth, keeping forms simple and surfaces uncluttered by detail. In many cases his sculptures are carefully polished to enhance their colour and markings, especially when they are cast in bronze or silver. Broderick works with a wide selection of stone including Ledmore, Portsoy and Purbeck marbles, alabaster, Polyphant soapstone, as well as Hopton Wood and Ancaster limestone. The combination of these raw materials together with a sympathy with the casting process and sensitive sculpture’s eye has led to the creation of objects in harmony with the natural world.

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Playful Otter Maquette VII
      Oct. 27, 2023

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Playful Otter Maquette VII

      Est: £600 - £900

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Playful Otter Maquette VII inscribed, titled and numbered 23/25, stamped with the foundry mark, polished bronze (27cm wide (10 5/8in wide)) Laurence Broderick: The Accidental Naturalist I am never ever going to make an animal, I didn’t want to go into that area. I was a sculptor of shapes, modern, abstract shapes, I did not want to go down the road of being a wildlife sculptor. Laurence Broderick Despite the above declaration, the agility of the otter and its ability to create myriad shapes captured Laurence Broderick’s imagination and appealed to his artistic nature. He allowed himself to experiment and to depict just this one animal. Today Broderick’s affinity with the otter is so great that he is known as the ‘otter man of Skye’ and he is a joint president of the International Otter Survival Fund (IOSF). His work and attitude towards conservation have also broadened to include many other species. Broderick’s respect for the natural world is also apparent through his creative process. Often carving directly into stone or wood he makes no preparatory drawings or models of his intended creations. Instead, he works in unison with the material to accentuate its natural truth, keeping forms simple and surfaces uncluttered by detail. In many cases his sculptures are carefully polished to enhance their colour and markings, especially when they are cast in bronze or silver. Broderick works with a wide selection of stone including Ledmore, Portsoy and Purbeck marbles, alabaster, Polyphant soapstone, as well as Hopton Wood and Ancaster limestone. The combination of these raw materials together with a sympathy with the casting process and sensitive sculpture’s eye has led to the creation of objects in harmony with the natural world.

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Lutra Lutra
      Oct. 27, 2023

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Lutra Lutra

      Est: £500 - £800

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Lutra Lutra signed, titled and numbered 13/50, inscribed MS, polished bronze (22cm wide (8 3/4in wide)) Laurence Broderick: The Accidental Naturalist I am never ever going to make an animal, I didn’t want to go into that area. I was a sculptor of shapes, modern, abstract shapes, I did not want to go down the road of being a wildlife sculptor. Laurence Broderick Despite the above declaration, the agility of the otter and its ability to create myriad shapes captured Laurence Broderick’s imagination and appealed to his artistic nature. He allowed himself to experiment and to depict just this one animal. Today Broderick’s affinity with the otter is so great that he is known as the ‘otter man of Skye’ and he is a joint president of the International Otter Survival Fund (IOSF). His work and attitude towards conservation have also broadened to include many other species. Broderick’s respect for the natural world is also apparent through his creative process. Often carving directly into stone or wood he makes no preparatory drawings or models of his intended creations. Instead, he works in unison with the material to accentuate its natural truth, keeping forms simple and surfaces uncluttered by detail. In many cases his sculptures are carefully polished to enhance their colour and markings, especially when they are cast in bronze or silver. Broderick works with a wide selection of stone including Ledmore, Portsoy and Purbeck marbles, alabaster, Polyphant soapstone, as well as Hopton Wood and Ancaster limestone. The combination of these raw materials together with a sympathy with the casting process and sensitive sculpture’s eye has led to the creation of objects in harmony with the natural world.

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Little Otter II, 1970
      Oct. 27, 2023

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Little Otter II, 1970

      Est: £700 - £1,000

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Little Otter II, 1970 signed, dated, titled and numbered 4/7, stamped with the foundry mark, patinated bronze (29cm wide (11 1/2in wide)) Laurence Broderick: The Accidental Naturalist I am never ever going to make an animal, I didn’t want to go into that area. I was a sculptor of shapes, modern, abstract shapes, I did not want to go down the road of being a wildlife sculptor. Laurence Broderick Despite the above declaration, the agility of the otter and its ability to create myriad shapes captured Laurence Broderick’s imagination and appealed to his artistic nature. He allowed himself to experiment and to depict just this one animal. Today Broderick’s affinity with the otter is so great that he is known as the ‘otter man of Skye’ and he is a joint president of the International Otter Survival Fund (IOSF). His work and attitude towards conservation have also broadened to include many other species. Broderick’s respect for the natural world is also apparent through his creative process. Often carving directly into stone or wood he makes no preparatory drawings or models of his intended creations. Instead, he works in unison with the material to accentuate its natural truth, keeping forms simple and surfaces uncluttered by detail. In many cases his sculptures are carefully polished to enhance their colour and markings, especially when they are cast in bronze or silver. Broderick works with a wide selection of stone including Ledmore, Portsoy and Purbeck marbles, alabaster, Polyphant soapstone, as well as Hopton Wood and Ancaster limestone. The combination of these raw materials together with a sympathy with the casting process and sensitive sculpture’s eye has led to the creation of objects in harmony with the natural world.

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Bull Maquette III for the Bull Ring, Birmingham, 2003
      Apr. 28, 2023

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Bull Maquette III for the Bull Ring, Birmingham, 2003

      Est: £2,000 - £3,000

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Bull Maquette III for the Bull Ring, Birmingham, 2003 inscribed, titled and numbered 24/25 (to the side of base), patinated bronze (20cm high, 30.5cm wide, 24cm deep (7 7/8in high, 12in wide, 9 1/2in deep) including base)

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Barn Owl, 2008
      Apr. 28, 2023

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Barn Owl, 2008

      Est: £3,000 - £5,000

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Barn Owl, 2008 signed, dated and numbered 1/9, verdigris bronze (22cm high, 32cm wide, 23cm deep (8 5/8in high, 12 5/8in wide, 9in deep))

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Two Playful Otters
      Apr. 28, 2023

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Two Playful Otters

      Est: £4,000 - £6,000

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Two Playful Otters signed and numbered 1/7, with Morris Singer foundry mark, patinated bronze (32cm high, 40.5cm wide, 15.5cm deep (12 5/8in high, 15 7/8in wide, 6 1/8in deep))

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • Laurence Broderick MRBS FRSA, British b.1935 - Maquette V Playful Otter Cub, 1995;
      Oct. 12, 2022

      Laurence Broderick MRBS FRSA, British b.1935 - Maquette V Playful Otter Cub, 1995;

      Est: £1,000 - £2,000

      Laurence Broderick MRBS FRSA, British b.1935 - Maquette V Playful Otter Cub, 1995; bronze, signed, dated and titled on the underside 'Laurence Broderick 1995 Maquette V Playful Otter Cub', H8 x W24 x D16 cm (ARR) Please refer to department for condition report

      Roseberys
    • *Laurence Broderick (b.1935),
      May. 18, 2022

      *Laurence Broderick (b.1935),

      Est: £300 - £500

      *Laurence Broderick (b.1935), *Laurence Broderick (b.1935), a granite sculpture modelled as an otter, 44cm wide 17cm deep 34cm high *Artist's Resale Right may apply to this lot.

      Sworders
    • § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Crouching Nude
      Oct. 29, 2021

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Crouching Nude

      Est: £800 - £1,200

      § Laurence Broderick M.R.B.S. F.R.S.A. (British 1935-) Crouching Nude A/C, signed, incised and stamped foundry mark, patinated bronze (29.5cm high (11.6in high))

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • Laurence Broderick, British b.1935- Flowers in a vase; oil on canvas, bears inscription on
      Mar. 24, 2021

      Laurence Broderick, British b.1935- Flowers in a vase; oil on canvas, bears inscription on

      Est: £300 - £400

      Laurence Broderick, British b.1935- Flowers in a vase; oil on canvas, bears inscription on the reverse of the canvas and frame, 76x63cm (ARR) Please refer to department for condition report

      Roseberys
    • Laurence Broderick, British b.1935- Still life of a potted plant, (recto), Unfinished figure
      Mar. 24, 2021

      Laurence Broderick, British b.1935- Still life of a potted plant, (recto), Unfinished figure

      Est: £300 - £400

      Laurence Broderick, British b.1935- Still life of a potted plant, (recto), Unfinished figure in a landscape, (verso); oil on canvas, bears inscription on the stretcher, 88x54.5cm (ARR) Please refer to department for condition report

      Roseberys
    • Laurence Broderick (British, born 1935) Elephant Calf
      Oct. 25, 2017

      Laurence Broderick (British, born 1935) Elephant Calf

      Est: £500 - £700

      Laurence Broderick (British, born 1935) Elephant Calf

      Bonhams
    • Garden Sculpture: Laurence Broderick
      Jun. 08, 2016

      Garden Sculpture: Laurence Broderick

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      Garden Sculpture: Laurence Broderick Wading Heron Bronze Signed Laurence Broderick 1/7 Heron V 109cm.; 43ins high Laurence Broderick was born in Bristol, 1935, and began his artistic career as an historical and educational illustrator and painter. He taught Art at the Haberdashers' Aske's School in Elstree from 1959 and was Director of Art from 1965 - 1981. He continued working as a freelance artist and sculptor throughout this period and became a full-time sculptor in 1981. He divides his time between studios on the Isle of Skye, in the Scottish Highlands and Cambridge, England. He is an Associate of the Royal British Society of Sculptors and a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts. As well as exhibitions in Scotland, England, Jersey, France, Monaco, Germany, USA and Canada, Broderick has exhibited his work in group shows with the Royal Academy, Royal Scottish Academy, Royal Society of British Artists, Contemporary Portrait Society, Society of Wildlife Artists and the Royal West of England Academy.

      Summers Place Auctions
    • Garden Sculpture: ?;Laurence Broderick
      Apr. 06, 2016

      Garden Sculpture: ?;Laurence Broderick

      Est: £1,500 - £2,500

      Garden Sculpture: ?;Laurence Broderick Wading Heron Bronze Signed Laurence Broderick 1/7 Heron V 109cm.; 43ins high Laurence Broderick was born in Bristol, 1935, and began his artistic career as an historical and educational illustrator and painter. He taught Art at the Haberdashers' Aske's School in Elstree from 1959 and was Director of Art from 1965 - 1981. He continued working as a freelance artist and sculptor throughout this period and became a full-time sculptor in 1981. He divides his time between studios on the Isle of Skye, in the Scottish Highlands and Cambridge, England. He is an Associate of the Royal British Society of Sculptors and a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts. As well as exhibitions in Scotland, England, Jersey, France, Monaco, Germany, USA and Canada, Broderick has exhibited his work in group shows with the Royal Academy, Royal Scottish Academy, Royal Society of British Artists, Contemporary Portrait Society, Society of Wildlife Artists and the Royal West of England Academy.

      Summers Place Auctions
    • § LAURENCE BRODERICK (BRITISH 1935) LEAPING SALMON MAQUETTE, BRONZE 61cm high
      Jun. 24, 2015

      § LAURENCE BRODERICK (BRITISH 1935) LEAPING SALMON MAQUETTE, BRONZE 61cm high

      Est: £1,500 - £2,500

      § LAURENCE BRODERICK (BRITISH 1935) LEAPING SALMON MAQUETTE, BRONZE with graduated blue/green patina, the curved form imitating a leaping salmon, with incised scales and fins, on a polished black marble base, signed and inscribed 10/10 61cm high

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • LAURENCE BRODERICK (B.1935) PLAYFUL OTTER CUB 25cm across
      Jun. 25, 2014

      LAURENCE BRODERICK (B.1935) PLAYFUL OTTER CUB 25cm across

      Est: £300 - £500

      LAURENCE BRODERICK (B.1935) PLAYFUL OTTER CUB Bronze Signed and inscribed in the bronze MAQUETTE II/ PLAYFUL OTTER CUB/ 10/25 25cm across

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • Laurence Broderick (b.1935) Mermaid signed and numbered 3/12, bronze with green / blue patina, 11 x 4in.
      Mar. 23, 2011

      Laurence Broderick (b.1935) Mermaid signed and numbered 3/12, bronze with green / blue patina, 11 x 4in.

      Est: £300 - £500

      Laurence Broderick (b.1935) Mermaid Eau De Toilette, signed and numbered 3/12, bronze with green / blue patina, Provenance; Hannah Peschar Gallery, 1992, 11 x 4in.

      Gorringes
    • Laurence Broderick (1935-) - Patinated bronze
      Mar. 16, 2011

      Laurence Broderick (1935-) - Patinated bronze

      Est: £800 - £1,200

      Laurence Broderick (1935-) - Patinated bronze figure - Diving Otter, signed and dated 1996, foundry mark, height 82 cm.

      Roseberys
    • LAURENCE BRODERICK, B.1935 - PLAYFUL OTTER,
      May. 15, 2010

      LAURENCE BRODERICK, B.1935 - PLAYFUL OTTER,

      Est: £1,400 - £1,600

      LAURENCE BRODERICK, B.1935 - PLAYFUL OTTER, maquette, 40/50, bronze, 4 3/4".

      Mallams
    • LAURENCE BRODERICK, B.1935 - OTTER CUB, maquette
      May. 15, 2010

      LAURENCE BRODERICK, B.1935 - OTTER CUB, maquette

      Est: £1,400 - £1,600

      LAURENCE BRODERICK, B.1935 - OTTER CUB, maquette 1, 42/50, bronze, 5 1/2".

      Mallams
    • LAURENCE BRODERICK, B.1935 - TEKO, maquette V
      May. 15, 2010

      LAURENCE BRODERICK, B.1935 - TEKO, maquette V

      Est: £1,400 - £1,600

      LAURENCE BRODERICK, B.1935 - TEKO, maquette V 33/50, bronze, 9 3/4".

      Mallams
    • LAURENCE BRODERICK, B.1935 - ORNSAY OTTER,
      May. 15, 2010

      LAURENCE BRODERICK, B.1935 - ORNSAY OTTER,

      Est: £1,400 - £1,600

      LAURENCE BRODERICK, B.1935 - ORNSAY OTTER, maquette, 26/50, bronze 8 1/4".

      Mallams
    • LAURENCE BRODERICK (BORN 1935) THE BIRTH OF VENUS 60cm high
      Apr. 20, 2006

      LAURENCE BRODERICK (BORN 1935) THE BIRTH OF VENUS 60cm high

      Est: £300 - £500

      LAURENCE BRODERICK (BORN 1935) THE BIRTH OF VENUS signed, inscribed and dated 1983 Maybe subject to Droit de Suite See our Terms & Conditions 60cm high

      Lyon & Turnbull
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