Family Group by Henry Moore

Henry Moore, Family Group, 1944 From the National Galleries of Scotland:

Henry Moore,  Standing Figures, 1940, Wax, coloured pencil, ink and watercolour on paper

Henry Moore OM, CH ‘Standing Figures’, 1940 © The Henry Moore Foundation. All Rights Reserved

Henry Moore, British (Castleford, England, 1898 - 1986, Much Hadham, England)   Family Group, ca. 1943-1944  drawing | watercolor, ink, crayon, graphite, and wax on paper

People, Place and Techniques: Henry Moore Family Group drawing, watercolor, ink, crayon - materials mixed together

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1948 Watercolor, gouache and crayon with pencil under-drawing on paper.

Ideas for Sculpture (recto) HM

Ideas for Sculpture (recto), circa 1939 Crayon, charcoal, wax crayon and ink on paper. © The Henry Moore Foundation Courtesy Henry Moore Family Collection and Hauser & Wirth . Ideas for Sculpture (recto)

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Henry Moore, Drawings for Sculpture. Those who were good at painting and sculpting were also usually good at drawing. Drawing is fundamental. Keep practicing!

Henry Moore OM, CH ‘Three Sculpture Motives’, 1970–3 © The Henry Moore Foundation, All Rights Reserved, DACS 2014

Artwork page for ‘Three Sculpture Motives’, Henry Moore OM, CH,

Row of Sleepers, Tapestry 1986 based on drawing by Henry Moore. Reproduced by the Henry Moore Foundation

Waskrijt & waterverf, pen & inkt Row of Sleepers, Tapestry 1986 based on drawing by Henry Moore. Reproduced by the Henry Moore Foundation

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Seated Figure On Bench (a double sided drawing), double-sided drawing with pencil, pastel and x 9 inches, Henry Moore

Henry Moore 1979 trees I bole and creeper

Henry Moore OM, CH ‘Trees I Bole and Creeper’, 1979 © The Henry Moore Foundation. All Rights Reserved

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