Ink and wax resist of London underground war scene

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Ink and wax resist of London underground war scene

Henry Moore's spectral images from the underground. Drawings of figures sheltering from the blitz weren't propaganda but a poignant response to a common plight. "Pink and Green Sleepers" 1941 - Henry Moore

Ink and wax resist of London underground war scene

Henry Moore, Family Group, 1944 From the National Galleries of Scotland:

Pen drawing of a sheep

Sheep Grazing 1972 Page from Sheep Sketchbook HMF 3349 ballpoint pen, felt-tipped pen 210 x photo: The Henry Moore Foundation archive

Ink and wax resist of London underground war scene

Ink and wax resist of London underground war scene

Pen drawing of a sheep

Sheep by Henry Moore. One of many etchings, collected in his Sheep Sketchbook, still in print.

Sculpture

Born on July 1898 in Castleford, West Yorkshire, the English artist Henry Spencer Moore eventually went on to become one of the world's .

Ink and wax resist of London underground war scene

Shelter Sketch Book Henry Moore Drawings of people sleeping in the London underground during the first world wars. Coming together for warmth and comfort.

Sculpture

Image detail for -File:Henry Moore sculpture, Harvard University.jpg - Wikipedia, the .

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