Sophie
Ryder


Works

Conversation (small) (B/16/01)


7’’ x 7 3/8’’ x 2 1/4’’, Ed.50

Dancing Ladies II, Maquette (B/16/06)


15 1/4’’ x 19 5/8’’ x 19 5/8’’, Ed.9

Dancing Ladies, Miniature (B/17/06)


5’’ x 7’’ x 6 1/4’’, Ed.25

Galgo, Miniature (B/18/07)


3 1/4’’ x 1 1/8’’ x 4 1/4’’, Ed.100

Girl Hugging Dog (B/13/03)


23 1/8’’ x 25 1/8’’ x 6 1/4’’, Ed.9

Girl Hugging Horse, Maquette (B/15/03)


15 5/8’’ x 3 7/8’’ x 10 1/8’’, Ed.12

Girl with Knees Up, Maquette (B/17/15)


17 3/4’’ x 7 1/2’’ x 11 4/5’’, Ed.9

Hugging, Maquette (B/08/01)


30 5/8’’ x 12 1/2’’ x 8 5/8’’, Ed.9

Hugging, Small (B/16/09)


5 7/8’’ x 2 1/2’’ x 1 3/4’’, Ed.75

Sitting Minotaur with Little Lady (B/17/07)


23 1/2’’ x 18’’ x 18’’, Ed. 9

Dancing Ladies (B/13/01)


74 3/4’’ x 90 1/2’’ x 90 1/2’’, Ed.9

Conversation (B/02/01)


84 5/8’’ x 85 3/8’’ x 26 3/4’’, Ed.9

Lovers on Horseback (B/13/04)


80 5/8’’ x 83 3/4’’ x 35’’, Ed.12

Lady Hare and Boar on a Barrel, Large (B/17/04)


90’’ x 56’’ x 37’’, Ed.9

Minotaur and Boar on a Barrel, Large (B/17/03)


82 5/8’’ x 37 3/8’’ x 27 1/2’’, Ed.9

Paintpots (Maquette) (B/01/04)


20 3/8’’ x 24 3/4’’ x 8 1/4’’, Ed.9

Lady Hare and Boar on a Barrel, Maquette (B/17/01)


22’’ x 14’’ x 9 4/5’’, Ed.9

Lady Hare in a Mirror (B/01/06)


27’’ x 10’’ x 10’’, Ed.9

Sitting, Miniature (B/18/04)


3 7/8’’ x 3 1/4’’ x 3 1/4’’, Ed.50

Lady Hare on Dog (B/99/05)


57’’ x 66’’, Ed.9

Lady Hare with Dog II (maquette) (B/02/07)


28’’’’ x , Ed.9

Me and My 5 Babies (Small) (B/15/02)


12 1/8’’ x 15 5/8’’ x 4 5/8’’, Ed.12

Lovers on Horseback (Maquette) (B/13/02)


23 1/8’’ x 23 1/8’’ x 8 1/4’’, Ed.9

Lady Hare with Dog III (B/14/03)


27 1/2’’ x 13 3/4’’ x 12 1/2’’, Ed.9

Minotaur and Boar on a Barrel, Maquette (B/17/02)


23 6/10’’ x 9’’ x 11 4/5’’, Ed.9

The Minotaur and The Hare on a Bench, Miniature (B/17/24)


4 1/2’’ x 3 1/8’’ x 2 3/4’’, Ed.50

Reclining Dog (B/14/07)


5 1/4’’ x 11’’ x 3 5/8’’, Ed.9

Sitting Horse, Miniature (B/15/16)


4 1/8’’ x 3 3/4’’ x 1 1/2’’, Ed.100

Standing Lovers on Horseback with Dog (B/17/12)


28 1/4’’ x 22 3/4’’ x 6 1/4’’, Ed.9

Standing Minotaur and Lady Hare (maquette) (B/00/09)


50’’ x 25’’ x 18’’, Ed.9

Hugging (WD/11/04)


47 1/8’’ x 23 1/2’’ x 3/4’’

Dogman Torso (W/00/02)


25’’ x 12’’ x 24’’

Pink Lady Hare Dancing with Big Brown Dog (B/00/08)


87’’ x 108’’ x 41’’, Ed.9

Minotaur, Dog and Tree (B/99/07)


35’’ x 34’’ x 24’’, Ed.9

Minotaur, Dog and Tree (WD/99/06)


120’’ x 87’’ x 48’’

Pink Lady Hare Dancing with Big Brown Dog (maquette) (B/00/07)


30 1/2’’ , Ed.9

Minotaur and Lady Hare Torsos (maquette) (B/00/08)


24’’, Ed.9

Lady Hares in a Forest (B/98/07)


22 1/2’’ x 22 1/2’’ x 25’’, Ed.9

Lady Hares in a Forest (DP/98/06)


28’’ x 29’’

Lady Hare with Trees (P/99/02)


12’’ x 12’’, Ed.50

Dogman (PI/98/01)


13 1/2’’ x 7 1/2’’

Lady Hares in a Forest (P/99/01)


20 1/2’’ x 17 1/2’’, Ed.50

Conversation on a Horse (large) (DP/01/01)


42’’ x 30’’

Minotaur and Lady Hare in a Forest (DPL/99/03)


72’’ x 96’’

Minotaur Head (large) (P/95/01)


13’’ x 13’’, Ed.50

Standing Minotaur (DP/97/01)


23’’ x 19’’

Minotaur with Hare (P/97/02)


11 1/2’’ x 11 1/2’’, Ed.50

Minotaur, Dog and Tree (WD/99/03)


101’’ x 101’’

Standing Minotaur and Hare Diptych (D/97/05)


14’’ x 16’’

Paint Pots 3 (DP/00/06)


36’’ x 48’’

Seated Minotaur and Lady Hare (DP/98/04)


47’’ x 35’’

Pink Lady Hare Dancing with Big Brown Dog (AC/00/03)


36’’ x 36’’

Standing Lady Hare with Dog (large) (AC/00/02)


66’’ x 66’’

Minotaur in a Mirror (DP/99/01)


53’’ x 41’’

The Minotaur and the Hare (boxed edition) (P/97/03)


9’’ x 10’’, Ed.300


Biography

Sophie Ryder was born in London in 1963 and lives in the heart of the Gloucestershire countryside with her family. She studied visual arts at the Royal Academy Schools and while obtaining her diploma in painting, was encouraged by teaching artists to develop her sculpture. She first presented work at the Zurich Art Fair in 1986 and was an immediate success. She is a sculptor whose chosen vernacular is the animal form, although she is not in any ordinary sense an animal artist. Inspired by Goya, Picasso and Henry Moore, her works range in scale from small, compelling bronzes to monumental pieces, loosely composed and always in motion.

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