Despite being one of the quintessential modern sculptors, Henry Moore crafted his stylized bronze figures at a rustic hamlet in Perry Green in Hertfordshire. When Moore died in 1986, the studios and their contents were preserved so that visitors could experience them as they were in his lifetime, providing a glimpse into the milieu that made his masterpieces possible. Illustrated throughout with color images, this guide offers a fascinating introduction to Moore's artistic practices and the extraordinary range of his work, including sculptures, prints, drawings, woodcarvings, and ceramics.
Henry Moore Studios & Gardens
Author: Sylvia Cox.