- Known as: British Sculptor
- Born: 24 November 1914, Barnes, London, UK
- Birthname: Lynn Russell Chadwick
- Died: 25 April 2003, Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK
Lynn Chadwick worked in welded iron and steel, copper, bronze, metal compositions, plaster and glass.
He trained as an architect.
He served in the 2nd World War and after turned to sculpture. Early work was influenced by the American sculptor Alexander Calder (198-1976).
Chadwick produced three big mobiles for the 1951 Festival of Britain.
In 1956 he was awarded a prize at the Venice Biennale.
He established his own sculpture park at his home Lypiatt, Gloucestershire.
He was made a CBE in 1964.
- London (Tate, V&A)
- Manchester (Whitworth)
- New York (M of MA)
- Paris (Mus. d'Art Mod.)