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Henry Moore's Home in Perry Green
Perry Green is a small hamlet, so Hoglands was not difficult to find - especially after having had a basket of chips (fries) at the local pub, which was the only place Henry Moore Hadn't bought, so they told me; it was across the street. I parked my 2cv AZU outside at the gate and walked to the door. Mrs. Tinley told me to park it next to the house and we were welcome to look around.
Henry Moore's studio Hoglands in Perry Green in Much Hadham, England.
Hoglands used to be a pig farm before Henry and Irina Moore moved in at the beginning of the Second World War. The house is an Elizabethan timber-frame construction dating back to the sixteenth century.