Roger Partridge
Roger Partridge was born in London 1959. He studied sculpture at Camberwell School of Art 1979/81 and at The Slade School 1981/83. He was awarded the Rome Scholarship in 1983/5.

Following the Rome Scholarship, he stayed in Italy, moving to Florence and working in the marble workshops of Pietrasanta.

He returned to London in 1989, where he has continued to live and work. In 2002 he became an associate member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors and was elected Fellow in 2010.

He has exhibited his work in Europe, America and the UK, including the Hayward Gallery (The Sculpture Show 1983) and the Royal Academy (Summer Exhibition 2006). His work is in private collections in Italy, France, America, the Middle East and England.


Roger's obituary written by his friend and fellow sculptor
Paul de Monchaux here published in the Guardian, Dec 2015

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