Richard Rome (1943–1922) was an accomplished British sculpture. On leaving school he worked for Trollop & Colls, a city of London a construction company. From 1962 he studied at St Albans school of art and completed his post graduate studies at Chelsea school of art in 1966. He established his first studio in Chelsea in 1967 and his present studio in Kent in 1994. Throughout his career he has participated in many exhibitions and completed a number of commissions. He has also made sculptures and exhibited in the USA. His last one person show was in 2017 at Canary Wharf where 41 sculptures were exhibited. In 2011 a monograph was published by Lund Humphries. Rome was appointed honorary fellow of the Royal College of Art in 2009.
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