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Creole Lady, from: Poetry by Henry Moore

Gilden's Art Gallery (IFPDA)



Edition Size: 110

Sheet Size: 47.2 x 38.5 cm

Reference: Cramer 321


Condition: Excellent

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HENRY MOORE 1898-1986
Castleford 1898-1986 Perry Green (British)

Title: Creole Lady, from: Poetry | La Poésie, 1973

Technique: Original Hand Signed Lithograph in Colours on Arches Wove Paper

Paper size: 47.2 x 38.5 cm. / 18.6 x 15.2 in.

Additional Information: This original lithograph is hand signed by the artist in pencil with his initials “H.M” at the lower right margins.
The work was printed as part of the portfolio “La Poesie” that included 10 original lithographs by Henry Moore.
It was printed in 1976 by Curwen Studio, London and edited by Art et Poesie in a limited edition of 110 impressions.

Literature: Cramer, G., Grant, A., & Mitchinson, D. (1976) Henry Moore: Catalogue of the Graphic Work 1973-1975. Geneva: Gérald Cramer Éditeur
Reference: Cramer 321


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In the twentieth century, one of the most important and celebrated British artists was Henry Moore. Renowned for his semi-abstract monumental bronzes, these sculptures can be seen all around the world. Usually a reclining figure and more often than not suggested as feminine, his work evokes analogies between the body and the landscape. The materials Moore used for his sculptures were mainly bronze or marble.

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