Lincoln Seligman

b. 1950 –

Following a career as a lawyer in the 1970s, Lincoln Seligman went on to become an international name making sculptures and giant suspended mobiles for atrium spaces in prime locations in Europe, USA and Asia. He is responsible for the world’s largest glass sculpture which hangs in Swire’s Festival Walk building in Hong Kong.

While celebrating his deep affection for the English countryside, he is fascinated by exotic scenes, people and travel. His paintings move from the simplicity of a Gloucestershire landscape to the bold colours of Indian turbans and everyday images are given a sharp, acutely observed, contemporary twist.

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Lincoln Seligman