Contact

If you would like to get in touch with Ian Rank-Broadley, please email Ian directly irb@ianrank-broadley.co.uk.

Ian Rank-Broadley undertakes commissions for both private and corporate clients, and for public bodies. Great attention is given to the client in helping to realise their ideas. A series of maquettes and drawings are made to illustrate the range of possibilities, before a direction is chosen for the work to progress. Only once the final maquette is established and approved does work commence on the full scale version. Clients are encouraged to visit the studio to view work in progress, alternatively a photographic record is kept to illustrate progress. On approval of the finished work in clay, the work is sent to the foundry for moulding and casting. Payment for a commission is invoiced by three equal payments: first on advance, second on approval of the finished clay and third on delivery of the work.

Portrait commissions

These require between five and ten sittings of two hours each. Reference material of the sitter will be made. Relief portraits can be executed largely from photographs, and sittings are not always necessary.

Making a purchase?

The majority of works shown on this website can be purchased directly from the studio. Prices for particular works on application. Please get in touch using the contact form. All works are cast in bronze. Editions of three for large works, and ten for smaller works are strictly adhered to. There is provision for two artist’s copies for each of the smaller works, and these are marked a/c 1 & a/c 2. If any work is not in stock it is cast to order and will usually take ten weeks. A deposit of 50% is required with an order, the balance is payable on delivery within the UK. Outside the UK payment is requested in advance, and a returns policy allows, in any case of disatisfaction, a full refund of the purchase price.

Armed Forces Memorial Sculpture

The latest catalogue is now available, priced £8 from Amazon. The latest catalogue includes 64 finely printed pages illustrating the sculpture of the Armed Forces Memorial with a forward by HRH The Prince of Wales (armedforcesmemorialsculpture.org).