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 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 - 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: 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....

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Henry Moore at Tate Britain

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Screen printed linen wall hanging (1947) by British sculptor & artist Henry Moore (1898-1986). Created for Ascher fabrics. via rennart

Screen printed linen wall hanging (1947) by British sculptor & artist Henry Moore (1898-1986). Created for Ascher fabrics. via rennart

Henry Moore sketchbooks. During WWII there was verv little call for large scale sculpture. The pages of his sketchbooks of this period show that he was full of ideas for abstract sculptures that would make use of organic and natural forms rather than pure geometrical shapes.  �

Henry Moore sketchbooks. During WWII there was verv little call for large scale sculpture. The pages of his sketchbooks of this period show that he was full of ideas for abstract sculptures that would make use of organic and natural forms rather than pure geometrical shapes.

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