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Nigel Boonham is a British portrait sculptor whose work dates back to 1975. He learnt traditional skills and was trained in the making of large-scale portraits as assistant for two years (1977-79) to the sculptor Oscar Nemon. While working on his first portrait Boonham was introduced to the work of the poet and artist, William Blake. Blake's free imagination and symbolic language have been an inspiration ever since and helped Boonham develop on the idea that sculpture, including portraiture, can have inner life and meaning.
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