‘Social, savage, sensual.  The sculpture of Ralph Brown’

“This book presents a critical overview of the work of  Ralph Brown, a British artist much admired by Henry Moore, who has worked within the tradition of figurative sculpture for over sixty years.  It explores Brown’s connections to historical and contemporary sculpture, taking in humanist and ‘social realist’ themes of the 1950s, his exploration  of movement through space at the turn of the decade, his extensive exploration of the relief sculpture and, finally, the sensual figure from the 1960s onwards.

Alongside extensive illustrative documentation and photographs, a range of sculpture scholars and other key commentators provide a reassessment of Brown’s work: Gillian Whiteley presents a detailed overview of Brown’s sculpture, Jon Wood focuses on an important early period spent in Paris, John le Carré comments from the collector’s perspective and Rungwe Kingdon offers an insight into the world of casting the artist’s work.

Published to coincide with a major exhibition of his work, biographical information, extracts from important articles and essays and inventories of exhibitions, public commissions and collections complete the study, providing a wealth of material for enjoyment and further research.”

By Gillian Whiteley.  (with John Wood, John Le Carré , Rungwe Kingdon).

Published by Sansom & Company 2009
ISBN 978-1-904537-95-3     300 x 245 mm    168pp  Hardback   £45 incl.p&p


Ralph Brown Sculptor - catalogue

Sculpture 1970 – 2000

Photographs of many of the female figures and marble carvings

Published by epe books 2000  ISBN 0-9533979-0-4   

255 x 203 mm  48pp  Softback   £10 incl.p&p








‘Ralph Brown.  Sculpture and Drawings’ 

Dennis Farr, Ruth Walton and others.

Catalogue of Retrospective Exhibition at the Henry Moore Galleries, Leeds City Art Gallery

Published by The Henry Moore Centre for the Study of Sculpture, Leeds City Art Galleries  1988  ISBN -10: 0901981389  76pp  300 x 216 mm   Softback    £8 incl.p&p