Born January 23 in Spalding, Lincolnshire, England; early childhood in India with family. Early studies in Linchonshire, in engineering.
Military service in the Royal Field Artillery and on General Staff, northern Europe, Africa, and the Near East. Dunkirk survivor.
Art studies in Sculpture at the Anglo-French Art Center, Chelsea School of Art, the Royal College of Art, London.
Teacher of three dimensional design, Kingston School of Art; furniture and jewelry design and production. A&R Duckworth Associates, Ltd., London.
Visiting professor of sculpture, University of Illinois; Chicago Circle; Head of Sculpture, Syracuse University.
Freelace writer and painter, San Francisco.
Chair of Fine Art, University of Natal, South Africa.
Studies for Ph.D., Ohio State University
Professor, Chairman of Art Department, University of South Dakota
Cornish, New Hampshire studio art center for people over college age at "Mastlands."
Plainfield (Meriden), studio art classes in the former public school house, now also Duckworth residence. Published art review and commentaries; The Artist's Eye radio essays; a National Drawing Competition; art classes in communities throughout the region, along with exhibitions of his own artworks.
Death from cardiac arrest, October 30, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, N.H.