Sculpture - Escultura: Henry Moore - 1960-69 - Part 2 - Links

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 Black on Red Image  1963

Lithograph on paper
image: 524 x 483 mm
on paper, print

Presented by Curwen Studio through the Institute of Contemporary Prints 1975



 Eight Reclining Figures on Rock Background  1963

Lithograph on paper
image: 651 x 505 mm
on paper, print

Presented by Curwen Studio through the Institute of Contemporary Prints 1975




 76 Henry Moore Five Reclining Figures 1963



 77 Henry Moore  Helmet Head No 4 Interior - Exterior 1963

Moore made a sequence of Helmet Head pieces that were intended to convey emotions of vulnerability and protection. He explained the idea partly came from ‘Wyndham Lewis talking about the shell of lobster covering the soft flesh inside. This became an established idea with me – that of an outer protection to an inner form, and it may have something to do with the mother and child idea ... The helmet is a kind of protection thing, too, and it became a recording of things inside other things. In the helmet you do not quite know what is inside.’
 


  78 Henry Moore Locking Piece 1963-4



 79 Henry Moore  Seventeen Reclining Figures 1963-9



80 Henry Moore  Seventeen Reclining Figures with Architectural Background 1963



81 Henry Moore Single Form 1963




82 Henry Moore Six Reclining Figures 1963



83 Henry Moore Six Reclining Figures in Black 1963

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