Chadwick, Lynn, 1914–, English sculptor. After studying architecture, Chadwick began his career as a sculptor in 1945. He first produced wire mobiles, and after 1955 he turned to triangular works of great mass that are largely abstract. Several of his works are in the Museum of Modern Art, New York City.
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