Stephen Walker

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Stephen Walker

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1927–16 June 2014


Walker was born in Victoria, Australia in 1927.He left school at age 13 but attended Melbourne Teachers' College from 1945 to 1947 before moving to Hobart in 1948. In the 1950s he repeatedly traveled to Europe, studying sculpting under Henry Moore from 1954 to 1956 and visiting Rome, Florence and Prague through scholarships. On his return to Australia he settled in Tasmania. His best known public works include such bronzes as the Bernacchi Tribute on the Hobart waterfront, the Abel Tasman fountain in Salamanca Square, Heading South at Victoria Dock and Tidal Pools at Sandy Bay.
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