Born in Victoria in 1913, Stanley Hammond is a sculptor who studied in Melbourne and during his travels overseas in the late 1960s. He assisted Paul Montford in creating the Shrine of Remembrance and has had numerous commissions of his own, including the Australian memorial at Mont St Quentin in France. Hammond is member of a number of sculptors associations in Victoria and in 1974 was awarded an MBE for services to sculpture and the arts. His work is represented in the Australian National Gallery and the Australian War Memorial.
The total number of works by Stanley Hammond offered for sale by auction since 1991 is 9, of which 5 (56%) were sold. The highest price recorded for the artist is $14,880 for Marquette for Commerce sold by Mossgreen Auctions in June 2017. No works have been offered for sale this year, and the last sale we have recorded for the artist was in 2020. Works by Stanley Hammond are held by the National Gallery of Victoria, National Gallery of Australia and Ian Potter Museum of Art.
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