Phillip King

(b. 1934)

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King, Phillip (born 1934), sculptor

King, Phillip (1 May 1934)

King, Phillip (1 May 1934)

King, Phillip Parker (1791–1856)

King, Phillip (1 May 1934)

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PHILLIPS, Anthony Charles Julian (born 1936), Headmaster, King’s School, Canterbury, 1986–96

PHILLIPS, Sharon Katherine (born 1957), Principal, King Edward VI College, Stourbridge, 2008–15

PHILLIPS, John (1855 - 1928), Hon. Physician to Queen Mary, 1918; Professor Emeritus of Obstetric Medicine, King’s College, London, and Consulting Obstetric Physician King’s College Hospital

KING, Phillip (born 1934), sculptor; President, Royal Academy of Arts, 1999–2004; Professor of Sculpture: Royal College of Art, 1980–90, Emeritus since 1991; Royal Academy Schools, 1990–99

Social Policy in China: Development and Well-Being, Chak Kwan Chan, King Lun Ngok and David Phillips, Bristol, The Policy Press, 2008, pp. xiii+234, ISBN 978 1 86134 880 7, £22.99

PHILLIPS, McGrigor (1887 - 1967), Una O’r Dyffrynoedd (National Eisteddfod of Wales, August 1933); Vice-Pres. of Yorkshire Dialect Society; Freeman of Arachova, North Greece, 1946; Chevalier of the Order of King George I, 1949

PORTER-PHILLIPS, John George (died 1946), late Physician Superintendent of Bethlem Royal Hospital; Consulting Physician and late Physician for and Lecturer in Psychological Medicine at St Bartholomew’s Hospital; Examiner in Mental Diseases to the Royal College of Physicians, London; Lecturer in Mental Pathology at London (Royal Free Hospital) School of Medicine for Women; Physician at the Hospital for Nervous Diseases, Lambeth Road, SE1; Principal Medical Officer at King Edward’s School, Witley; Examiner in Mental Diseases at the RAM College; Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine; Member of the British Medical Association; late examiner in Psychological Medicine and Mental Diseases, and Educational Secretary of the Royal Medico-Psychological Association


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(b Kheredine, Tunisia, 1 May 1934).

British sculptor. He is probably the most renowned of the generation of avant-garde British sculptors (mainly, like himself, pupils of Caro) who came to prominence at the New Generation exhibition in 1965. His work at this time was characteristically in smooth, man-made materials such as plastic or fibreglass, often brightly coloured, with the cone shape being a favourite motif (And the Birds Began to Sing, 1964, Tate, London). At the end of the decade he began using more rugged materials, including steel and wood. With Bridget Riley he represented Britain at the Venice Biennale of 1968 and his work has been included in many other international exhibitions. He has taught at various art schools in Britain and elsewhere and from 1980 to 1990 he was professor of sculpture at the Royal College of Art. He was president of the Royal Academy, 1999–2004.

Subjects: Art.

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