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Henry Moore

The black sculpture in the back was the one I had seen being made at Henraux in Querceta, Italy in 1973.

Henry Moore's work table with flint stones and plaster models - Hoglands in Perry Green studio in Much Hadham, England.

Stone and wooden sculptures - Henry Moore's studios at Hoglands in Perry Green studio in Much Hadham, England.

On the right is the large reclining figure in elm wood. It is the only large wooden sculpture by Henry Moore remaining in Great Britain.

I had seen the black serpentine marble sculpture, 'Arch Form', in the rear, being executed at the studios at Henraux in Querceta, Italy two years earlier.

photograph©Lucien den Arend

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Henry Moore Italy 1970
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