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Henry Moore (1898-1986), Sculptor

Sitter in 93 portraits
Artist of 1 portrait
Moore is one of the most important sculptors of the twentieth century, whose works feature in more public places around the world than any other sculptor in history. Born in Yorkshire, the son of a coal miner, Moore studied at Leeds School of Art and the Royal College of Art (1921-4) where he later taught. Influenced by non-Western art and the work of Alberto Giacommetti, Hans Arp and Pablo Picasso, he is best known for his sculptures in marble, wood and bronze that explore the human form. He also made significant drawings in the 1940s of coal miners and also people sheltering from the London blitz in underground stations. The Henry Moore Centre for the study of sculpture is based in Leeds.

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Henry Moore

by Elliott & Fry
bromide print, August 1955
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Henry Moore

by Peter Keen
bromide print, late 1950s
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Henry Moore

by Ida Kar
vintage bromide print, 1958
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Henry Moore

by Ida Kar
vintage bromide print, 1958
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Henry Moore

by Ida Kar
vintage bromide print, 1958
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Henry Moore

by Mark Gerson
bromide print, September 1960
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Henry Moore

by Ida Kar
vintage bromide print, 1960
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Ida Kar; Henry Moore and two unknown sitters

by Ida Kar
2 1/4 inch square film negative, March 1960
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Henry Moore; Ida Kar

by Ida Kar
2 1/4 inch square film negative, March 1960
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Henry Moore; Ida Kar

by Ida Kar
2 1/4 inch square film negative, March 1960
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Henry Moore

by Universal Pictorial Press and Agency Ltd
bromide press print, September 1960
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Henry Moore

by Mark Gerson
bromide press print, November 1960
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Henry Moore; Marino Marini

by Lewis Morley
toned bromide print, 1960s
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Henry Moore

by Associated Press
bromide press print, 28 April 1961
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Henry Moore

by Walter Bird
bromide print, 26 November 1963
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Henry Moore

by Jorge ('J.S.') Lewinski
bromide print on card mount, 1964
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Henry Moore

by Godfrey Argent, for Camera Press
bromide press print, 2 June 1970
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Henry Moore

by Godfrey Argent
bromide print, 2 June 1970
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Henry Moore

by Godfrey Argent
bromide print, 2 June 1970
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Henry Moore

by Paul Joyce
bromide print on card mount, October 1975
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