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Slipcase by Henry Moore

Slipcase by Henry Moore

Sims Reed Gallery (IFPDA)



Edition Size: A proof aside from the edition of 50.

Sheet Size: 77 x 57 cm


Condition: Excellent

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Signed in pencil and dedicated ‘For Felia, from HENRY. M. January 16th/76’.
Printed on Japon nacré paper by Curwen Prints Ltd, London.
Published by Art et Poésie, Paris, in 1976.
(Cramer 312).

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Henry Moore

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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