Thompson Dagnall is a British sculptor.
Born in Liverpool on 15 February 1956, he attended Liverpool and Brighton Polytechnics before gaining an MA at Chelsea College in 1979.
He is a prolific producer of works on public commission,including Archimedes and Luca Pacioli in Manchester; Halsall Navvy in Halsall; Black Tiger and Kissing Seat, Walking Snake, Hanging Bat, Spruced up Heron and Orme Sight in Beacon Fell Country Park; and Gauging the Ripple by the Ribble Link canal in Preston (nicknamed the "Ribble Piddler" ).
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