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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Henry_MooreHenry Moore - Wikipedia

    Henry Spencer Moore OM CH FBA (30 July 1898 – 31 August 1986) was an English artist. He is best known for his semi-abstract monumental bronze sculptures which are located around the world as public works of art.

  2. Henry Spencer Moore, né le 30 juillet 1898 à Castleford (comté de Yorkshire) et mort le 31 août 1986 à Much Hadham (comté de Hertfordshire), est un sculpteur britannique. Issu d'une famille de mineurs, il devient célèbre grâce à ses grandes sculptures abstraites en bronze et en marbre taillé.

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    Henry Spencer Moore è conosciuto per le sue sculture in bronzo semi-astratte di dimensioni monumentali, che si trovano in tutto il mondo come opere d’arte pubblica. Moore realizza anche molti disegni, tra cui una serie raffigurante i londinesi mentre scappano dai bombardamenti durante la Seconda Guerra Mondiale ed altre opere grafiche su carta.

  4. 12/03/2022 · Henry Moore created this sculpture Recumbent Figure in 1938. The sculpture is of a woman lying down. You may be able to make out knees, breasts and a head, but the forms have been simplified and the figure looks abstract. Take a look at the slideshow below to explore the sculpture more closely from ...

  5. Figura reclinada es el nombre que reciben una serie de esculturas del artista Henry Moore realizadas durante toda su trayectoria artística, inspiradas según el mismo Moore en: la escultura primitiva que estudiaba en frecuentes visitas al British Museum y en especial, la escultura azteca, etrusca, de les Islas Cícladas pero también de Miguel Ángel, Brancusi, Masaccio o Archipenko.

  6. Henry Moore lived in the XIX – XX cent., a remarkable figure of British Abstract Art. Find more works of this artist at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

  7. The human figure, enigmatically isolated or in relationship with others, is both the stimulus and the crux of all Henry Moore’s works. For him, creating his sculptures was not so much an abstract exercize in looking at the human figure, but a personal investigation and violation of the artist’s own body: ‘When I carve into the chest,’ he commented, ‘I feel as if I were carving into ...

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