David Wynne (sculptor)
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Born in Lyndhurst, Hampshire, son of Commander Charles Edward Wynne and Millicent (née Beyts), he was educated at Stowe School and then served in the Royal Navy during World War II and read Zoology at Trinity College, Cambridge, taking up sculpture professionally in 1950. He married Gillian Grant, daughter of the writer Joan Grant, in 1959 and had two sons, Edward and Roland, who formed psychedelic rock band Ozric Tentacles.
Wynne's sculptures include:
- Bird Fountains (1967) – Ambassador College, Pasadena, California
- Blessed Virgin Mary (2000) – Ely Cathedral
- The Breath of Life Column (1962) – location unknown (was Hammersmith)
- Boy with a Dolphin (1974) – Cheyne Walk
- Christ and Mary Magdalene (1963) – Ely Cathedral and Magdalen College, Oxford
- Cresta Rider (1985) – Saint Moritz
- Dancer with a Bird (1975) – Cadogan Square Gardens
- The Dancers (1971) – Cadogan Square Gardens
- Embracing Lovers (1973) – Guildhall, London
- Five Swimmers Fountain (1980) – Staines
- Fred Perry (1984) – Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Club, Southfields, London
- Gaia and Tresco Children (1990) – Tresco Abbey Gardens
- Girl on a Horse – Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Gardens, Purchase, New York
- Girl with a Dolphin (1973) – by Tower Bridge
- Girl with Doves (1970) – University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
- Goddess of the Woods (1991) – Highgrove House
- Gorilla (1961) – Crystal Palace Park, south London, a sculpture of Guy the Gorilla
- Grizzly Bear – Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Gardens, Purchase, New York
- Leaping Salmon (1980) – Kingston upon Thames
- The Messenger (1981) – Sutton, London
- Queen Elizabeth Gate (1992) – Hyde Park Corner
- Risen Christ and Seraphim (1985) – Wells Cathedral
- River God Tyne (1968) – Newcastle Civic Centre
- The Spirit of Fire (1963) – originally Lewis's, later Debenhams, Hanley, Staffordshire
- Swans in Flight (1968) – Swans In Flight, Armstrong Auditorium, Edmond, Oklahoma
- Teamwork (1958) – for Taylor Woodrow headquarters, London
- UK 50 Pence Coin (1973) – Commemoration of the United Kingdom joining the European Economic Community
- ″Christ on the Ass″ (1954) Maquette III for The Entry into Jerusalem. 
- Joan Baez (1965)
- John Gielgud (1962) – Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon
- Oskar Kokoschka (1965) – Tate
- Queen Elizabeth II
- The Beatles (1964)
- Thomas Beecham (1956) – Royal Festival Hall, National Portrait Gallery, London, etc.
- Yehudi Menuhin (1963)
- "Weekend birthdays", The Guardian, p. 58, 24 May 2014
- "Stowe House 1". Antiques Roadshow. Series 35. Episode 13. 2013-02-22. BBC. Retrieved 2013-03-19.
- Wynne, David (26 June 2010). "My bizarre life with the Beatles, by sculptor who immortalised good, great and even gorillas". Daily Mail. Retrieved 25 June 2014.
- "David Wynne obituary". The Guardian. Retrieved 8 April 2018.
- "David Wynne OBE (1926–2014)". stowe.co.uk.
- The Sculpture of David Wynne, 1949–1967. London: Michael Joseph. 1968.
- The Sculpture of David Wynne, 1968–1974. London: Phaidon. November 1974. ISBN 0714816531.
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