Henry Moore at Perry Green
- A unique appraisal of one of Britain’s most internationally renowned artists
- Provides a succinct biography of the famous artist’s life, describing his working methods and showing his former home and studios
This is a beautifully illustrated publication which depicts the work of Henry Moore and his life in rural Hertfordshire. Moore moved to Perry Green with his wife Irina in 1940 and he lived there until his death in 1986. This guide provides a succinct biography of this famous artist’s life, describes his working methods and shows the Moores’ former home and studios, which can still be viewed in their original condition today. A large collection of Moore’s work remains at The Henry Moore Foundation in Perry Green, including sculptures, drawings, graphics, tapestries and textiles. This is a unique appraisal of one of Britain’s most internationally renowned artists, who remains as popular today as ever.
From the Collections of the Gallery of West Bohemia in Pilsen
From British Residency to Osmania University College for Women