Henry Moore


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British sculptor whose works are monumental organic forms (1898-1986)

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But I know from dealing with Henry Moore that people quickly become very attached to public sculptures.
January 1991: The city removes the pedestrian mall features and reopens Main Street to vehicular traffic, and the Henry Moore sculpture is moved from the center of Main and Capitol.
The Henry Moore Foundation was founded by the artist in 1977, nine years before his death, to encourage public appreciation of the visual arts and in particular his own work.
This claim for the sculptural, compellingly argued by Henry Moore Institute curator Lisa Le Feuvre in the exhibition catalogue, made sense, given that words--especially words like sculpture that are perpetually fought over--have complex histories that are as illuminating as they are elastic.
The "son et lumiere" show will see a montage of images of great artists associated with Leeds, including the renowned Cypriot artist who died in March this year, Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth, projected 10 metres high onto the side of the historic Vernon Street Building of Leeds College of Art, along with examples of their works of art.
Henry Moore (1898-1986) did for sculpture of his time what Fermi had done earlier for nuclear physics.
I saw hundreds of Henry Moore Reclining Figures stretched along the platforms.
YORKSHIRE SCULPTURE PARK Near Wakefield You'll find major pieces by Henry Moore here amid the valleys and lakes of a 500-acre country estate one mile from the M1.
One of the best places to visit is the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, famous for works by Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth.
The Hepworth Wakefield, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Leeds Art Gallery and Henry Moore Institute, all in West Yorkshire, have some of Europe's best modern art displayed in outstanding settings.
Macedonian Culture Minister Elizabeta Kanceska-Milevska spoke at the opening of the exhibition, while David Mitchinson, curator of the exhibition and former chairman of the Henry Moore Foundation established by the artist himself to promote art and art education, was the honorary guest.
Little Henry Moore, now three, was just three months old when he had surgery at the paediatric heart unit at The Freeman Hospital in Newcastle.
In the study the accuracy of the descriptions of artwork by Henry Moore offered on eBay were examined over a period of eighteen months.
Circular Altar 1972 Henry Moore, St Stephen's Walbrook
A lovely book, assembled in conjunction with a 2010 retrospective exhibit featuring the work of celebrated sculptor Henry Moore (1898-1986), in particular his early and mid-career work from the 1920s through the early 1960s.