|Author:||Barry Barker,Alan Bowness|
|Title:||The Henry Moore Sculpture Trust: Studio at Dean Clough, 1989-93|
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|Category:||History and Criticism|
|Publisher:||Henry Moore Sculpture Trust (December 1993)|
Publisher: Henry Moore Sculpture Trust (Dec.
Sir Alan Bowness CBE, Chairman of The Henry Moore Sculpture Trust. April 1993, writing in 'The Henry Moore Sculpture Trust Studio at Dean Clough 1989-1993'. Guiseppe Penone 1. 3. Ulrich Ruckriem: Sculptures 0. 6. Hindsight: selected works made for the Henry Moore Sculpture Trust Studio 1989-93 1. 6 1993 - 2. 7. James Turrell: Gasworks (A Ganzfeld Sphere) 2. 0. Jaume Plensa: The Personal Miraculous Fountain 0. 2.
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The Henry Moore Sculpture Trust: Studio at Dean Clough, 1989-93: ISBN 9780951778340 (978-517783-4-0) Softcover, Henry Moore Sculpture Trust, 1993. Indifferent, L': Dujourie, Garouste, Murphy, Vercruysse, Webb. by Barry Barker, Lindsay Smith. ISBN 9780854322473 (978-0-85432-247-3) Softcover, John Hansard Gallery, 1985. Find signed collectible books: 'Indifferent, L': Dujourie, Garouste, Murphy, Vercruysse, Webb'.
The Henry Moore Sculpture Trust: Studio at Dean Clough, book. A versatile simulation of slow moving vortex lattices.
At the instigation of Alan Bowness, Hopper was appointed founding Director of the Henry Moore Sculpture Trust in 1988. Based in Leeds City Art Gallery, in 1989 the trust accepted Ernest Hall's invitation to take up a 60-year lease in a former carpet mill at Dean Clough, Halifax, to house the Henry Moore Sculpture Trust Studio.
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Henry Moore created this sculpture Recumbent Figure in 1938. The sculpture is of a woman lying down. You may be able to make out knees, breasts and a head, but the forms have been simplified and the figure looks abstract. Take a look at the slideshow below to explore the sculpture more closely from different angles and viewpoints. This photograph shows Henry Moore's studio at his house, Hoglands in Hertfordshire, as it was left when he died in 1986. Among all the sculptures (and bits of sculpture), furniture and boxes there are some clues as to what inspired him. Henry Moore's maquette studio at Hoglands, Hertfordshire, as he left it on his death in 1986 Photograph by John Hedgecoe.