Anthony Smith is a British sculptor who specialises in wildlife and human figure subjects – his work can be found in public and private collections around the world. For Anthony’s photographic work, please click here.
For any queries regarding pricing, availability, or commissions, please contact Anthony via the ‘Contact‘ page.
LATEST NEWS – Anthony’s seven-foot bronze statue of the great 19th-century biologist, Alfred Russel Wallace, was unveiled by Sir David Attenborough at the Natural History Museum of London on the 7th of November. (This is the first new statue commissioned for the museum in more than 80 years). Images to follow soon.
LATEST NEWS – Anthony has recently been invited by the South Georgia Heritage Trust to join their Museum team on the island of South Georgia. This winter he will be living on the remote South Atlantic island for three months (together with about twenty others, mostly scientists), during which time Anthony will be assisting with the Museum’s fund-raising campaign and working on various art projects. For more information, please visit the South Georgia Heritage Trust website.
LATEST NEWS – Anthony’s design for a new £2 coin has been minted by the Royal Mint and will soon be entering circulation. See the ‘£2 Coin’ gallery for more information. (Details of the coin can also be found on the Royal Mint website; here).