Andrew Sinclair MRSS SWAc

Portrait of Andrew Sinclair MRBS, October 2018.

“Sculpture is all about inspiration and should speak to the heart, create a reaction, make people think.”

Andrew Sinclair MRSS SWAc is recognised as a master of world-class figurative sculpture and is one of the world’s leading realist figurative sculptors working today.

Andrew teaches his unique ‘narrative realism’ to students all over the world. Working to commission for over 30 years, Andrew’s sculptures are in collections across the globe and his impressive catalogue of work graces many distinguished historical properties and public places.

Narrative Realism

Andrew’s sculptures are unique in their highly skilled attention to detail and this aspect of his work makes them resonate with life, adding a quality of realism rarely seen in contemporary sculpture today. Defined as ‘narrative realism’, Andrew’s work identifies the core character of a subject and brings it to the fore.

Andrew’s sense of design and composition is renowned – he captures the essence of his subjects in every commission, weaving their life’s narrative into the sculpture itself. Andrew’s impressive catalogue of work graces many distinguished historical properties and public places such as the Royal Box at Ascot and Crosby Hall (Sir Thomas More’s old palace) in London, including multiple commissions for the late publisher Felix Dennis.

Andrew is the co-founder of The Sculpture School, in Devon, which attracts students from around the world to learn from this master sculptor.