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Henry Moore

When I was sculpting at the Henraux studio in 1974 there were various sculptures by Henry Moore and Isamu Noguchi being executed. The black sculpture in the front was the one I was to see when I visited Henry Moore's studios in Perry Green two years later.

Henry Moore's black serpentine marble sculpture, 'Arch Form' at Henraux in Querceta, Italy.

Stone sculptures - Henry Moore's - black serpentine marble Arch Form made at Henraux in Querceta, Italy.

The opened sliding doors lead to the studios where sculptors can work. In 1972 I was introduced to Henraux by Henry Moore and worked there in the summer of 1974. To the left is the red travertine sculpture I was later to see in his studios in Perry Green in England.

photograph©Lucien den Arend

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Henry Moore Italy 1970
Henry Moore Italy 1971
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