George Pickard, RIBA (1919-1993) was a Leicestershire based artist, architect and sculptor. He studied architecture at De Montfort University in Leicester, then served in the Royal Artillery from 1952-54 as a regimental artist engaged in camouflage design. From 1966-88 he was senior lecturer in interior design at Leicester Polytechnic and he was a founder-member of the Architectural Sculptors Group in 1972. He had a close association with the Leicester Society of Artists. Pickard used traditional materials such as glass, steel, iron, stone and timber but with a modern appeal. A monograph on his work was published in 1994. In 2005 a studio sale of his remaining work was held in Leicester.

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