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Henry Moore at Tate Britain

Henry Moore. Een open vorm. Hier gebruikt als doorkijkje waardoor de dieptewerking groter word. Daarnaast lijkt de vorm ongeveer symmetrisch.

Henry Moore: In the garden of delights

Henry Moore - saw this as part of a large Henry Moore exhibition at the Burrell in Glasgow, all outside in the parkland. my 7 year old daughter took amazing photos. that was the first time she asked for a camera.

Henry Moore - Reclining Figure 1929 - Henry Moore at Tate Britain

Henry Moore at Tate Britain, review

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, Interior Form, inscribed Moore and numbered Bronze Height: 19 in. cm Conceived in 1951 and cast in 1981

Henry Moore, Drawings for Sculpture. Those who were good at painting and sculpting were also usually good at drawing. Drawing is fundamental. Keep practicing!

Henry Moore, Drawings for Sculpture. Pencil, pen and ink, chalk and watercolor on paper.

Henry Moore, Standing Figures and Ideas for Sculptures, 1948

Henry Moore: Standing Figures and Ideas for Sculpture, circa 1948 Pencil, wax crayon, coloured crayon and watercolour wash on paper

1951.- "Mujer reclinada". HENRY MOORE. Escultor inglés que dijo había un TAMAÑO FÍSICO PARA CADA IDEA.

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Henry Moore - Have been in awe of his sculptures and drawings since childhood. Wish my brother and I had purchased a Moore print on offer at the London Regional Art Gallery in the early 80s when we both had little money. Love Moore's drawings of sheep, especially. The inspiration he found in weathered pieces of rock and his ability to create sculptures that look natural and created from nature herself is captivating.

Henry Moore, Family Group, 1944 From the National Galleries of Scotland:

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

Shelter Sketch Book Henry Moore Drawings of people sleeping in the London underground during the first world wars. Coming together for warmth and comfort.

making drawings with mass, good example of cross contour

Henry Moore, Three Reclining Figures 1975 HMF watercolour wash, charcoal, chalk, gouache on blotting paper 263 x photo: The Henry Moore Foundation