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Henry Moore's home in Perry Green
In the spring of 1976 I was traveling in Great Britain. When we met in Italy Henry Moore invited me to visit him and his studios in Perry Green. Though I had not made an appointment before I left home, I decided to telephone him, when we were still in London and see if it would be convenient during the period I would be in the country; his secretary Betty Tinsley told me he was in Portugal at the moment, but I was welcome to visit the studios anytime, or that same day, if I wished. So I did.
Henry Moore's studio Hoglands in Perry Green in Much Hadham, England.
Perry Green is a hamlet of the village Much Hadham in east Hertfordshire, England. Hoglands is the half a millennium old house into which Henry Moore and his wife Irina moved in 1940.