Commission a Sculpture with
Historical and Artistic Merit
Robert C Hitchcock has a long history of
creating amazing sculptures for
Government, Commercial, Historical and Public Works.
Perth and Melbourne
Independent Fine Arts Sculptor
Robert Charles Hitchcock (born 18 August 1944) is an Australian sculptor. He commenced his career in 1970 and works in a wide variety of subjects and materials.
Hitchcock is one of the leading portrait sculptors currently working in Australia today. He is known for his life size (and super life size) bronze sculptures which are located in private collections as well as public works of art in Australia and overseas.
Hitchcock was born in Perth, Western Australia. He is of Irish and indigenous Australian descent. In his youth he worked as a carpenter and entered formal study in his early twenties at the Art Department of the Perth Tech College.
Realism and Expressionism
Whilst he initially wanting to study fine painting in fine art, due to impaired vision (from an accident as a child) he had difficulty in seeing and mixing colours and realised that he had more of an affinity with three-dimensional art.
The early sculptures of Hitchcock were exploratory in nature and diverse in technique and style. Subject matter tends towards realism and expressionism of the continuity of movement in space and the subjects themselves include natural forms, and realistic modelling of animals and figures in movement.
Hitchcock later moved away from this early realism to a more stylised and abstract search of forms and planes. After graduating in 1969 he worked in plaster factories fibreglass factories and various bronze foundries. Working in these factories he would learn plaster piece moulding techniques.
Robert C Hitchcock is an Independent fine arts sculptor based in Melbourne and Perth. He offers public and private commissions. Private viewings are available by appointment.
If you are interested in a sculptor commission contact Robert C Hitchcock on Ph: 0414 476 406 or fill out the enquiry form.
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