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Henry Moore: Work, Theory, Impact book

An authoritative study exploring the sculptor's guiding principles and artistic development. This product has been discontinued. See the Related Products below or email [email protected] and we can suggest something similar which you may also like.
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Dimensions 24.1 x 29.9 x 4.3cm
No. of Pages 472
SKU 02058764

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Product story

Henry Moore is one of the key figures in modern sculpture. His works, both representational and abstract, are some of the most significant and well-known works of the twentieth century. Drawing consistently on the observed world and simultaneously inspired by Surrealism, mythology and non-objective art, Moore developed a unique sculptural language.

This beautifully illustrated book examines Moore's place in twentieth-century art history. Christa Lichtenstern's authoritative study explores the sculptor's guiding principles and considers his artistic development, from his study of Greek antiquity and his fascination with early Italian sculpture to his interest in English heritage and culture.

Rich in new and unpublished material, this maginificent book is a landmark in Henry Moore studies.