Anthony regularly undertakes private commissions as well as creating sculptures for public institutions.
In addition to his wildlife subjects, Anthony also has a talent for sculpting the human figure. He is well known for his accurate portraits of great scientists and explorers. These have been commissioned by esteemed institutions such as the Linnean Society of London, the National Botanic Garden of Wales, and Cambridge’s Sedgwick Museum. Other notable highlights include designing and sculpting a new two-pound coin for general circulation in the United Kingdom, a statue of Alfred Russel Wallace for the Natural History Museum of London (unveiled by Sir David Attenborough), a statue of Charles Darwin for Cambridge University (unveiled by HRH Prince Philip) and a portrait bust of Sir Ernest Shackleton for the South Georgia Museum.
– The Royal Mint – £2 coin, in circulation in the United Kingdom
– The Natural History Museum, London – seven-foot tall bronze statue
(First new statue for the Museum in more than eighty years)
– Christ’s College, Cambridge University – life-sized statue of Charles Darwin
– The Linnean Society of London – portrait bust
– Winchester College – portrait bust
– Aegis Living, Seattle, USA – life-sized statue
– Dr Yusuf Hamied – portrait bust for Christ’s College, Cambridge
– The National Botanic Garden of Wales – portrait bust
– The South Georgia Museum – portrait bust of Sir Ernest Shackleton
– The Sedgwick Museum, Cambridge – portrait bust of the young Charles Darwin
– The Fleming Family – centenary portrait bust of the James Bond author Ian Fleming
– Cambridge University Sedgwick Museum – twice-life-size portrait bust
– Artis Royal Zoo, Amsterdam – wildlife sculpture
– Winchester College – Lord Clark Medal and the Kenneth Clark Prize medal
(now in the national collection of coins and medals at the British Museum)
Exact prices depend on the scale and complexity of the piece:
– Life-size bronze portrait busts from €8000
– Life-size statues from €50,000
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