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by Sir Alan Bowness,David Sylvester,Henry Moore


Henry Moore (Author), Sir Alan Bowness (Author), David Sylvester .

ISBN-13: 978-0853315506. This revision of Volume 6 of Moore's sculptures includes previously unpublished materials. Detailed catalogue information is provided on every work of sculpture produced during Moore's final era. The plate section features large format illustrations of the major works, often from several view points. A complete listing of public collections not only reveals the impressive geographic spread of the artist's work, but enables readers to pinpoint the nearest museums featuring Moore's work.

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Henry Moore’s sculptures might look very different to other sculptures of people you have seen. Compare Henry Moore's sculpture of a head with a sculpture created around the same time by artist Maurice Lambert. Bones are the inside structure that nature uses for both lightness and strengt. o in bones you can find the principles which can be very important in sculpture. If you visited Henry Moore in his studio you might have seen him examining bones and skulls (including a huge elephant skull) to get ideas for his sculptures.

Items related to Henry Moore Complete Sculpture: Volume 1: Sculpture. Detailed catalogue information is provided on every work of sculpture produced during Moore's final er. he plate section features large format illustrations of the major works, often from several view points. Henry Moore; Sir Alan Bowness Henry Moore Complete Sculpture: Volume 1: Sculpture 1921-1948. ISBN 13: 9780853315506.

Henry Moore, long considered England's greatest sculptor, was largely responsible for the gradual emergence of British sculpture from provincialism into the mainstream of modern art.

Henry Moore, long considered England's greatest sculptor, was largely responsible for the gradual emergence of British sculpture from provincialism into the mainstream of modern ar. The landscape idiom, in which breast and knees are like hills or mountains, and holes like caves in a hill-side, is beautifully resolved in Recumbent Figure of 1938 (Tate Gallery, London). The gently rising and falling rhythms echo the South Downs, where the sculpture was originally sited. From 1937 to 1939 Moore executed a series of stringed figure-drawings and sculptures, a brief interlude in his work. His first "helmet sculpture" appeared in 1939-40.

Henry Moore Complete Sculpture: Volume 4: Sculpture 1964-1973

Henry Moore Complete Sculpture: Volume 4: Sculpture 1964-1973. Henry Moore Complete Sculpture: Volume 4: Sculpture 1964-1973.

Henry Spencer Moore OM CH FBA (30 July 1898 – 31 August 1986) was an English artist

Henry Spencer Moore OM CH FBA (30 July 1898 – 31 August 1986) was an English artist. He is best known for his semi-abstract monumental bronze sculptures which are located around the world as public works of art. As well as sculpture, Moore produced many drawings, including a series depicting Londoners sheltering from the Blitz during the Second World War, along with other graphic works on paper.

Henry Moore: Complete Sculpture . Hardcover – 31 May 1999.

Henry moore volume two. Sculpture. And drawings 1949-1954 with an introduction by herbert read. logue of Henry Moore's sculpture of the period, compiled by. Mr Alan. Bowness with the help of Mrs Betty Tinsley.

This revision of Volume 6 of Moore's sculptures includes previously unpublished materials. Detailed catalogue information is provided on every work of sculpture produced during Moore's final era.

The plate section features large format illustrations of the major works, often from several view points. A complete listing of public collections not only reveals the impressive geographic spread of the artist's work, but enables readers to pinpoint the nearest museums featuring Moore's work.

Henry Moore: Complete Sculpture : Sculpture, 1921-48 (Henry Moore Complete Sculpture) (Henry Moore Complete Sculpture) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0853315506

ISBN: 0853315507

Author: Sir Alan Bowness,David Sylvester,Henry Moore

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Subcategory: Humanities

Language: English

Publisher: Ben Uri Gallery & Museum (December 1, 1988)

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