Henry Moore Studios & Gardens
Welcoming you back Following the latest Government guidance, we are delighted that Henry Moore Studios & Gardens have been able to reopen. You can now visit Henry Moore's home on Wednesdays to Sundays and Bank Holidays until 1 November.
‘The Artist’s Hand V’, Henry Moore OM, CH, 1979 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘The Artist’s Hand V’, Henry Moore OM, CH, 1979 Henry Moore's subject is the aged body. He made these drawings of his own hands when he was eighty-one and suffering from ill-health. 'Hands can convey so much' he said, 'they can beg or refuse, take or give, be open or clenched, show content or anxiety. They can be young or old, beautiful or deformed'. Moore saw these prints as belonging to a long tradition of fascination with hands as vehicles of expression: 'Throughout the…
Henry Moore's sculptures – Look Closer | Tate
A Tate online resource for children, schools and teachers which explores the ideas and inspiration behind Henry Moore's sculptures. Suitable for Key Stage 2
Henry Moore OM, CH, 'Seated Woman' 1957 (Henry Moore: Sculptural Process and Public Identity)
Henry Moore OM, CH, 'Seated Woman' 1957 (Henry Moore: Sculptural Process and Public Identity) | Tate
Reclining Figure Curved: Smooth – Works
The Henry Moore Foundation is embarking on an exciting new project to publish Henry Moore’s entire artistic output in one comprehensive and illustrated online catalogue.
Henry Moore works in public
The works of Henry Moore can be found in hundreds of galleries, museums and public spaces, in 38 countries around the world.
Scale in Sculpture: The Sixties and Henry Moore: Rothenstein Lecture – Tate Papers | Tate
Scale in Sculpture: The Sixties and Henry Moore. Anne Wagner in Tate Papers on size and scale in Moore's later work