Henry Moore - Composition, 1932

Henry Moore - Composition, 1932

Henry Moore, Standing Figures and Ideas for Sculpture, circa 1948, Pencil, wax crayon, coloured crayon and, watercolour wash on paper, 29 x 24 cm, © The Henry Moore Foundation, Courtesy Henry Moore Family Collection and Hauser & Wirth.

Henry Moore, Standing Figures and Ideas for Sculpture, circa 1948, Pencil, wax crayon, coloured crayon and, watercolour wash on paper, 29 x 24 cm, © The Henry Moore Foundation, Courtesy Henry Moore Family Collection and Hauser & Wirth.

Henry Moore  Reclining Woman, 1951. The Henry Moore Foundation

Henry Moore Reclining Woman, 1951. The Henry Moore Foundation

Henry Moore, Eight Sculpture Ideas 1980-81

Henry Moore, Eight Sculpture Ideas 1980-81

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.Henry Moore …

HENRY MOORE 1898 - 1986 INTERIOR FORM  Inscribed Moore and numbered 6/9 Bronze Height: 19 1/4 in. 48.8 cm Conceived in 1951 and cast in 1981

HENRY MOORE 1898 - 1986 INTERIOR FORM Inscribed Moore and numbered 6/9 Bronze Height: 19 1/4 in. 48.8 cm Conceived in 1951 and cast in 1981

"Henry Moore: Wunderkammer–Origin of Forms" at Gagosian Davies Street. February 9–April 2, 2015

"Henry Moore: Wunderkammer–Origin of Forms" at Gagosian Davies Street. February 9–April 2, 2015

‘Mother and Child: Egg Form’ – Henry Moore 1977

‘Mother and Child: Egg Form’ – Henry Moore 1977

Shelter Sketch Book (1945) Henry Moore.  Sleepers in the bomb shelters during the blitz in London, WWII.

Shelter Sketch Book (1945) Henry Moore. Sleepers in the bomb shelters during the blitz in London, WWII.

"The artist hand" Henry Moore Henry Moore's subject is the aged body. He made these drawings of his own hands when he was eighty-one and suffering from ill-health. 'Hands can convey so much' he said, 'they can beg or refuse, take or give, be open or clenched, show content or anxiety. They can be young or old, beautiful or deformed'.

"The artist hand" Henry Moore Henry Moore's subject is the aged body. He made these drawings of his own hands when he was eighty-one and suffering from ill-health. 'Hands can convey so much' he said, 'they can beg or refuse, take or give, be open or clenched, show content or anxiety. They can be young or old, beautiful or deformed'.

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