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Nic Fiddian Green

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Sculptor Nic Fiddian Green
Nic Fiddian and Green Still Waters II

About Nic Fiddian Green

The maturity and success if Nic`s work is remarkable in one so relatively young.

His sculpture has huge dynamism and animation, yet at the same time an underlying repose and calm.

He works mainly in bronze and lead.

Exhibition History of Nic Fiddian Green


New York

Biography / CV of Nic Fiddian Green

Nic Fiddian Green was born in Hampshire in 1963. He graduated from Wimbledon School of Art, London with a BA in Sculpture, and went on to attain his MA at St. Martins School of Art, where he also took a Diploma in Advanced Lost Wax Casting.

He is best known as an equestrian sculptor, working primarily in bronze and in beaten lead. He held his first exhibition in 1986, and has sine been in demand by galleries and collectors alike: his work is now shown regularly in London, New York and Australia. In addition he is well-known for carrying ot major site-specific commissions; tow recent monumental pieces have been Turning House for Glyndebourne Opera House in Sussex, and Horses Head in the Wind, for Treasury Holdings in Barrow Street, Dublin.

Like many who have spent a life with horses and know them intimately, Nic took them for granted during his early life; they were simply there. However, his view was changed in 1983 when he first saw the Elgin marbles at the British Museum. He began to see the horse as a spiritual entity, not just a living thing with a beauty and energy particular to itself but a universal vessel for a whole breadth of emotions. A Fiddian Green horse is not an animal sculpture in any traditional sense. It goes beyond the portrait to become a study in energy and quietude, exuberance or wistfulness.

Acquisitions / Collections of work by Nic Fiddian Green


Turning Horse for Glyndebourne Opera House in Sussex
Horses Head in the Wind for Treasury Haoldings in Barrow Street in Dublin

Qualifications / Education of Nic Fiddian Green

BA in Sculpture
Diploma in Advanced Lost Wax Casting

Price Range of Work

Nic Fiddian Green's work has a price range from £7,950 to £42,500

Mediums utilised

Nic Fiddian Green's work is found in the following materials:

Artwork Categorised

Nic Fiddian Green's work is found in the following categories on site:
Horse Head or Bust or Mask or Portrait sculpture statuettes statue figurines (6)
Horse Sculpture / Equines Race Horses Pack HorseCart Horses Plough Horsess (5)
Interior, Indoors, Inside Sculpture (4)
Horses Small, for Indoors and Inside Display Statues statuettes Sculptures figurines commissions commemoratives (4)
Domestic Animal Sculpture (3)
Farm Yard Sculptures (2)
Classical Style Sculptures and Statues (2)
Garden Or Yard / Outside and Outdoor Sculptures (2)
Pet and Animal Portrait Custom or Bespoke or Commission Commemorative or Memoriaql sculpture statue (2)
Animals in General Sculptures Statues (2)
Horses Abstract / Semi Abstract / Stylised / Contemporary / Modern Statues Sculptures statuettes
Horses Outdoors, Outside, Life Size, Big, Large, Huge Sculptures Statues memorials commissions custom made
Horse Sculpture and Statues
Partial Animal Sculptures Fragment or Part or Incomplete Statues statuettes
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