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Gordon Hammond Smith (Canadian, 1937 – ) welded bronze sculpture from the Nuclear Series (1961-64), one of a total of 43 pieces in this series. 30" H x 20" W x 20" D. Biography (Courtesy of Gord Smith website): Gord Smith was born in Montreal on October 8, 1937. He studied Architecture and Engineering at Sir George Williams University, and went on to work with the architectural firm of Lawson Betts and Cash in Montreal. In 1967, he was elected to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts (RCA). He taught at the University of Victoria and McMaster University. Smith designed the entrance gate for Expo '67, Montreal, and his works are represented in numerous collections including the National Gallery of Canada and the Montreal Museum of Fine Art. (Craig Scott Gallery) Provenance: Lynnville, Tenn. estate. Condition: Overall very good condition, some expected wear.