Henry Moore : A European Impulse


Henry Moore (1898-1986) is regarded as one of the most important sculptors of the twentieth century

Moore has been a lasting source of inspiration for generations of artists, from Hans Arp and Alberto Giacometti to today’s younger generation of sculptors.

This book offers a sumptuous catalogue of some his most significant works. Moore’s work was revolutionary in its use of voids, openings, and holes that heighten the sculptural, three-dimensional effect of his pieces.

Through one hundred and fifty colour plates, this book illustrates the innovation of Moore’s work, which led to his rise as a dominant figure in modern sculpture, and demonstrates his collaborative influence on other generations of artists.

This forms part of the Bill Brandt | Henry Moore Exhibition shop of which more details about the forthcoming exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre can be found here.