henry moore drawings week 2

Henry Moore: Standing Figures and Ideas for Sculpture, circa 1948 Pencil, wax crayon, coloured crayon and watercolour wash on paper

Henry Moore. Ideas for Sculpture: Two Seated Figures 1980. Charcoal, wax crayon, ballpoint pen, watercolour wash on off-white wove.

Ideas for Sculpture: Two Seated Figures Charcoal, wax crayon, ballpoint pen, watercolour wash on off-white wove.

Gemaakt door: Henry Moore. Dit sculptuur sprak mij aan door dat ik er een gezicht in zie van twee kanten. maar als je het schuin bekijkt is het weer iets totaal anders ( abstract ). de vorm ervan is echt gaaf doordat het dus organisch is en dat mijn voorkeur is. hoe er gewerkt wordt met schaduw vind ik leuk omdat je er daardoor echt een gezicht in ziet, de schaduw voegt nog wat extra toe.

Henry Moore - Composition, 1932 Sculpture n English sculptor and artist. He was best known for his semi-abstract monumental bronze sculptures which are located around the world as public works of art.

Three Reclining Figures 1975 HMF 75(8) watercolour wash, charcoal, chalk, gouache on blotting paper 263 x 217mm photo: The Henry Moore Foundation archive, Michel Muller

Three Reclining Figures 1975 HMF watercolour wash, charcoal, chalk, gouache on blotting paper 263 x photo: The Henry Moore Foundation archive, Michel Muller

Henry Moore OM, CH ‘Seated Woman: Thin Neck’, 1961 © The Henry Moore Foundation. All Rights Reserved

© The Henry Moore Foundation. This image must not be reproduced or altered without prior consent from the Henry Moore Foundation.

Sculptor Henry Moore sitting before his Sheep Piece (1971-72) in Hoglands, Hertsfordshire, England.

Creative Forces

Sculptor Henry Moore sitting before his Sheep Piece in Hoglands, Hertsfordshire, England. Photo by Paul Joyce.

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