Nic Fiddian-Green

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British, b. 1963

Nic Fiddian-Green is a British sculptor, who specialises in making lifelike models of horses heads, both smaller and larger than life-sized.  He has exhibited at Sladmore Gallery in London and has works installed at Royal Ascot, Goodwood, Knowsley Hall, and at the Dowager Dutchess of Devonshire's private stables.

He is perhaps best-known for the work "Horse at Water" which was installed at Marble Arch in London.  After it was removed and transported to the home of Sir Anthony Bamford (who commissioned the work), Fiddian-Green was asked to produce a slightly larger piece called Still Water to replace it.

Arabian Stallion
Bronze
15" high
ed. 6 of 10

Horse at Water
Bronze
14" high
ed. 7 of 10

Into the Wind
Bronze
15" high
ed. 10 of 10

Still Water, 2015
Lead
16" high
ed. 1 of 10

Still Water, 2015
Bronze
16" high
ed. 2 of 10

Still Water, 2015
Bronze
16" high
ed. 2 of 10

Spanish Stallion
Bronze
22" high
ed. 9 of 10

Study for Greek
Bronze
24" tall
ed. 7 of 10

Chinese Horse
Bronze
31" high
ed. 1 of 10

Resting
Bronze
28" high
ed. 5 of 10

Spanish Stallion
Bronze
72" high
ed. 9 of 10

Spanish Stallion
Bronze
22" high
ed. 9 of 10

Mighty Head II
Bronze
67" high including base
ed. 9 of 10

Still Water, 2015
Bronze
42" high
ed. 1 of 10

Silence
Bronze
72" high including base
ed. 3 of 10

Still Water, 2015
Bronze
9' high with base
ed. 6 of 9