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Sunday, November 18, 2012
RIP William Turnbull
Sad news of the death of William Turnbull - one of Scotland's foremost modernist sculptors
William Turnbull in his studio in 1956
The son of a Dundee shipyard engineer, Turnbull's output ranged from figurative sculpture through to steel-based minimalist sculpture and abstract painting, while his works are held in major public collections including the Tate, the National Galleries of Scotland and various collections in the US.