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Making the Most of Henry Moore

Henry Moore once said that "sculpture is an art of the open air." That's certainly true about his sculpture, all those massive blobs of bronze sunning themselves...

Henry Moore

Henry Moore put modern sculpture on the map. Everybody has heard of him; a first in our field. But it's not just about fame—he changed public perceptions of...

Art: Dialogue in Stone

The Forte di Belvedere straddles a hill to the south of Florence. From the air, its weathered bastions and parapets give it the shape of an immense starfish...

Art: The Rougher Moore

The bronze sculptures that moved into Manhattan's Knoedler Gallery last week bore many of the familiar hallmarks of their famed creator—knobbly heads,...

Art: Maker of Images

(See Cover) A work can have in it a pent-up energy, an intense life of its own, independent of the object it may represent. When a work has this powerful...

Art: SCULPTURE OUTSIDE

PAINTING is an illusionistic art, a substitute for reality, and should be seen indoors," says Britain's famed Sculptor Henry Moore. "Sculpture can be at home...

Art: Mellow Master

"It's an ordeal for an artist to see most of the work he's done in the past decade all put together," said British Sculptor Henry Moore recently in Manhattan...

Sculpture: The Heroic Bather

Manhattan's new Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is also meant to be a showcase for the visual arts. One plaza is already filled with a computerized,...

Festivals: Ominous Vistas

When the curtain rose on Mozart's Don Giovanni at Spoleto, Italy, last week, the traditional 17th century Spanish capes and courtyards were missing. Instead,...

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