Bayard Osborne

BAYNARD OSBORNE

During the early 1980s, well-known American sculptor, Bayard Osborne, famed for his Bronze Nudes statues, lived briefly at the Villa La Loma, in Calle Ramos Puente in Torremolinos. Born in Manhattan in 1922, Osborne exhibited his work all over the world, and he could count King Juan Carlos I of Spain among his admirers. A long-time friend of Hispanicist Gerald Brennan, Osborne died in 2012, and he was one of the last direct links to the New York avant-garde scene of the 1950s.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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