Sophie
Ryder


Works

Sculptures

Conversation


7’’ x 7 3/8’’ x 2 1/4’’, Ed. 50
84 5/8’’ x 85 3/8’’ x 26 3/4’’, Ed. 9

Dancing Ladies


5 1/4’’ x 8’’ x 7’’, Ed. 25
74 3/4’’ x 90 1/2’’ x 90 1/2’’, Ed. 9

Dancing Ladies II


15 1/4’’ x 19 5/8’’ x 19 5/8’’, Ed. 9
89 3/4’’ x 116 1/2’’ x 93 1/4’’, Ed. 9

Dogman Torso


25’’ x 12’’ x 24’’

Galgo


3 1/4’’ x 1 1/8’’ x 4 1/4’’, Ed. 100
11 3/4’’ x 15 5/8’’ x 3 1/8’’, Ed. 9

Girl Hugging Dog


23 1/8’’ x 25 1/8’’ x 6 1/4’’, Ed. 9

Girl Hugging Horse, Maquette


15 5/8’’ x 3 7/8’’ x 10 1/8’’, Ed. 12

Girl with Knees Up


2 3/8’’ 1 5/8’’ x 1, Ed. 100
17 3/4’’ x 7 1/2’’ x 11 4/5’’, Ed. 9
69 1/4’’ x 55’’ x 32 5/8’’, Ed. 9
240’’ x 114 1/8’’ x 185 3/8’’, Ed. 9

Hugging


5 7/8’’ x 6 1/2’’ x 1 3/4’’, Ed. 75
30 5/8’’ x 12 1/2’’ x 8 5/8’’, Ed. 9
93 5/8’’ x 32 1/4’’ x 23 1/2’’, Ed. 9

Hugging


47 1/8’’ x 23 1/2’’ x 3/4’’

Hugging Lovers on Top


11 4/5’’ x 4 3/10’’ x 3 9/10’’, Ed. 12

Kneeling Minotaur and Ladyhare


9 3/10’’ x 8 9/10’’ x 6 3/10’’, Ed. 12

Kneeling Mother and Baby


9 2/5’’ x 5 1/2’’ x 5 1/2’’, Ed. 12
46 1/2’’ x 24’’ x 26 8/10’’, Ed. 9

Lady Hare and Boar on a Barrel


22’’ x 14’’ x 9 4/5’’, Ed. 9
90’’ x 56’’ x 37’’, Ed. 9

Lady Hares in a Forest


22 1/2’’ x 22 1/2’’ x 25’’, Ed. 9

Lady Hare in a Mirror


27’’ x 10’’ x 10’’, Ed. 9

Lady Hare on Dog


57’’ x 66’’, Ed. 9

Lady Hare with Dog II


28’’ , Ed. 9
85 3/8’’ x 30 5/8’’ x 39 1/4’’, Ed. 9

Lady Hare with Dog III


11 1/2’’ x 5 1/2’’ x 3 5/8’’, Ed. 12
27 1/2’’ x 13 3/4’’ x 12 1/2’’, Ed. 9

Lovers on Horseback


23 1/8’’ x 23 1/8’’ x 8 1/4’’, Ed. 9
80 5/8’’ x 83 3/4’’ x 35’’, Ed. 9

Me and My 5 Babies


12 1/8’’ x 15 5/8’’ x 4 5/8’’, Ed. 12

Minotaur, Dog and Tree


35’’ x 34’’ x 24’’, Ed. 9

Minotaur, Dog and Tree


120’’ x 87’’ x 48’’

Minotaur and Boar on a Barrel


23 6/10’’ x 9’’ x 11 4/5’’, Ed. 9
82 5/8’’ x 37 3/8’’ x 27 1/2’’, Ed. 9

Paintpots


83 3/4’’ x 92 1/2’’ x 31 3/8’’, Ed. 9
20 3/8’’ x 24 3/4’’ x 8 1/4’’, Ed. 9

Pink Lady Hare Dancing with Big Brown Dog


14 3/4’’ x 16 1/4’’ x 4 3/8’’, Ed. 12
30 1/2’’ , Ed. 9
87’’ x 108’’ x 41’’, Ed. 9

Reclining Dog


5 1/4’’ x 11’’ x 3 5/8’’, Ed. 9

Reclining Mother and Baby


15 7/10’’ x 33 1/10’’ x 15 2/5’’, Ed. 9
47 1/5’’ x 98 2/5’’ x 46 1/10’’, Ed. 9

Reclining Horse with Girl


11 1/5’’ x 14 3/5’’ x 10 3/5’’, Ed. 9

Rising


53 1/2’’ x 40 9/10’’ x 72 4/5’’, Ed. 9
18 1/10’’ x 25 1/5’’ x 12 3/5’’, Ed. 9
7 3/10’’ x 8 1/2’’ x 1’’, Ed. 12

Rolling Horse


3 1/10’’ x 5 9/10’’ x 2 4/5’’, Ed. 50

Sitting


3 7/8’’ x 3 1/4’’ x 3 1/4’’, Ed. 50
11 3/4’’ x 5 7/8’’ x 7 3/4’’, Ed. 9
50 3/4’’ x 41 5/8’’ x 45 5/8’’, Ed. 9

Sitting Horse, Miniature


4 1/8’’ x 3 3/4’’ x 1 1/2’’, Ed. 100

Sitting Minotaur with Little Lady


23 1/2’’ x 18’’ x 18’’, Ed. 9

Standing Lovers on Horseback with Dog


28 1/4’’ x 22 3/4’’ x 6 1/4’’, Ed. 9

The Minotaur and The Hare on a Bench


4 1/2’’ x 3 1/8’’ x 2 3/4’’, Ed. 50
18 1/2’’ x 12 1/2’’ x 9’’, Ed. 9
114’’ x 79 3/4’’ x 57’’, Ed. 9

Torso With Hands


8 3/10’’ x 9 3/10’’ x 3 9/10’’, Ed. 12

Drawings

Conversation on a Horse


42’’ x 30’’

Dogman


13 1/2’’ x 7 1/2’’

Lady Hares in a Forest


28’’ x 29’’

Lady Hares in a Forest


20 1/2’’ x 17 1/2’’, Ed. 50

Lady Hare with Trees


12’’ x 12’’, Ed. 50

Minotaur, Dog and Tree


101’’ x 101’’

Minotaur and Lady Hare in a Forest


72’’ x 96’’

Minotaur Head


13’’ x 13’’, Ed. 50

Minotaur in a Mirror


53’’ x 41’’

Minotaur with Hare


11 1/2’’ x 11 1/2’’, Ed. 50

Paint Pots 3


36’’ x 48’’

Pink Lady Hare Dancing with Big Brown Dog


36’’ x 36’’

Seated Minotaur and Lady Hare


47’’ x 35’’

Standing Lady Hare with Dog


66’’ x 66’’

Standing Minotaur


23’’ x 19’’

Standing Minotaur and Hare Diptych


14’’ x 16’’

The Minotaur and the Hare (boxed edition)


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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