Henry Moore

Artwork

Eight Reclining Figures (1/125), 1967
Henry Moore

Eight Reclining Figures (1/125), 1967

Lithograph

10.24 x 9 in

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Eight Reclining Figures with Architectural Background (1/65), 1963
Henry Moore

Eight Reclining Figures with Architectural Background (1/65), 1963

Lithograph

17 x 13 in

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Eight Sculptural Studies (1/50), 1980
Henry Moore

Eight Sculptural Studies (1/50), 1980

Mixed media

15 x 10.25 in

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Four Mother and Child Studies (1/100), 1976
Henry Moore

Four Mother and Child Studies (1/100), 1976

Etching and aquatint

13 x 9.75 in

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Mother and Child, 1974
Henry Moore

Mother and Child, 1974

Lithograph

11 x 7 in

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Mother and Child VIII (1/65), 1983
Henry Moore

Mother and Child VIII (1/65), 1983

Etching and aquatint

13.75 x 10 in

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Mother and Child XIV (1/65), 1983
Henry Moore

Mother and Child XIV (1/65), 1983

Etching, aquatint and roulette

9.25 x 7.50 in

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Mother and Child XVIII (1/65), 1983
Henry Moore

Mother and Child XVIII (1/65), 1983

Etching, aquatint and roulette

8.75 x 6.50 in

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Mother and Child XXV (1/65), 1983
Henry Moore

Mother and Child XXV (1/65), 1983

Mixed media

24.50 x 20.50 in

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Mother and Child XXVII (1/65), 1983
Henry Moore

Mother and Child XXVII (1/65), 1983

Etching

8.75 x 7 in

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Reclining Figure (1/25), 1977
Henry Moore

Reclining Figure (1/25), 1977

Etching

7.50 x 10 in

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Reclining Figure and Mother and Child Studies (1/75), 1977
Henry Moore

Reclining Figure and Mother and Child Studies (1/75), 1977

Lithograph

30.50 x 22.50 in

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Seven Sculpture Ideas II (1/50), 1980
Henry Moore

Seven Sculpture Ideas II (1/50), 1980

Etching, aquatint and roulette

14.75 x 11 in

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Three Reclining Figures (1/130), 1971
Henry Moore

Three Reclining Figures (1/130), 1971

Lithograph

11 x 9 in

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Three Reclining Figures, 1976
Henry Moore

Three Reclining Figures, 1976

Lithograph

18.25 x 15.25 in

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Two Reclining Figures in Yellow and Green (1/10), 1967
Henry Moore

Two Reclining Figures in Yellow and Green (1/10), 1967

Lithograph

13.25 x 11.75 in

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Reclining Figures & Reclining Mother & Child,  (1/85), 1973
Henry Moore

Reclining Figures & Reclining Mother & Child, (1/85), 1973

Lithograph

11.75 x 9.25 in

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Henry Moore
Henry Moore (British, 1898-1986) Henry Moore was the foremost British sculptor of the 20th century. Monumental, abstract, and figural, his cast bronzes imply human and animal form through smoothly twisting organic curves and rectilinear joints. Moore launched his artistic career through his exploration of the then-contemporary movement of Primitive Art, bringing the influence of non-Western art forms into a Modernist practice. Born on July 30, 1898 in Castleford, England, he graduated from the Leeds College of Art in 1919, where he met and befriended fellow sculptor Barbara Hepworth. Moore traveled extensively throughout Europe, garnering contact with members of the avant-garde, such as Georges Braque and Alberto Giacometti, and dabbled in Surrealism and religious iconography in his work. After World War II, Moore's legacy was already considered canonical, and the artist was the subject of widespread interest and acclaim, notably including a major 1946 retrospective at The Museum of Modern Art in New York and winning the International Sculpture Prize at the 1948 Venice Biennale. Following his death on August 31, 1986 in Hadham, England, Moore's work has continued to influence generations of sculptors.
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