Henry Moore sketchbooks. During WWII there was verv little call for large scale sculpture. The pages of his sketchbooks of this period show that he was full of ideas for abstract sculptures that would make use of organic and natural forms rather than pure geometrical shapes.  �

Henry Moore, Drawings for Sculpture. Pencil, pen and ink, chalk and watercolor on paper.

Henry Moore in his Studio

Henry Moore working on the maquette for Atom Piecem alongside an elephants head at his studio in Much Hadlam 1970

Henry Moore with Upright Internal/External Figure, 1953–4, in his studio at Hoglands, Perry Green

patrickhumphreys: “ Henry Moore with Upright Internal/External Figure, in his studio at Hoglands, Perry Green.

Henry Moore, Row of Sleepers 1941 © The Henry Moore Foundation

Henry Moore, Row of Sleepers 1941 © The Henry Moore Foundation.All Rights Reserved, DACS


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