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F E McWilliam
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Born in Banbridge, County Down
Born on 30th of April 1909
Died on 13rd of May 1992

Born 1909. Died 1992 - Northern Irish sculptor.

Studied at Slade School of Art, London. Held first one-man show in 1939, career interrupted by WWII. Sent to India where he was influenced by Indian sculpture. Works include Princess Macha (1957) and Women of Belfast (1972-73).

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