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Henry Moore

United Kingdom (Castleford 1898 -  Munch Hadham 1986 ) Wikipedia® : Henry Moore
MOORE Henry Valse Des Fleurs, A Day In St Petersburg And A Ball At The Winter Palace In 1868

Tooveys Auction /Oct 4, 2017
337.86 - 563.11
540.72

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Variants on Artist's name :

Henry Moore O.M.

Henry Spencer Moore

 

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Henry Moore - Three Upright Motives

Henry Moore - Three Upright Motives

Original 1977
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Lot number: 109
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Henry Moore (1898-1986) Three Upright Motives (Standing figures) signé et numéroté 'Moore 6/7' (au dos de la base) bronze à patine verte 22.8 x 26.5 x 17.6 cm. Conçu en 1977; cette épreuve fondue dans une édition de 7 exemplaires signed and numbered 'Moore 6/7' (on the back of the base) bronze with green patina 9 x 10 3/8 x 6 7/8 in. Conceived in 1977; this bronze cast in an edition of 7
Henry Moore -  Page From Sketchbook: Two Sculptural Figures On Green Background

Henry Moore - Page From Sketchbook: Two Sculptural Figures On Green Background

Original 1948
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Lot number: 18
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HENRY MOORE - Page from Sketchbook: Two Sculptural Figures on Green Background, 1948 Dimensions: 11 1/2 x 9 1/2 in. (29.2 x 24.1 cm) Medium: Drawing in pencil, wax crayon and watercolor, on wove paper. Literature: Ann Garrould, Henry Moore: Complete Drawings 1940-49, vol. 3, London, 2001, no. AG 47-49.43, p. 269 (illustrated)
Henry Moore - Reclining Figure

Henry Moore - Reclining Figure

Original 1984
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Lot number: 512
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Description: * HENRY MOORE (1898-1986) 'Reclining Figure' (1983) Plaster (model). On wooden stand. Provenance: Martha Spencer, Hertford, hence her daughter Judi Allinson, Scorton, then private coll. The Netherlands "This maquette was given by Henry Moore in 1984 to Martha Spencer who worked on Perry Green (the artist atelier). In 1974 Henry Moore had the intention of giving the works in his atelier (maquettes, works on paper and sculptures) to the Tate Gallery. When that became public a lot of British artists protested because they were afraid that the Tate Gallery would become a Henry Moore museum. Henry Moore was very upset by this protest and decided in 1974 to donate more then 400 works from his collection to the Art Gallery of Ontario in Canada." "The Bourne Maquette Studio is named after the small stream running through his section of the grounds. It is the latest studio on site, purpose built by Moore around 1970 as a modelling studio. Here he worked on maquettes for many recognisable works and also sketched the flocks of sheep that he could see from the studio window. Henry Moore used his studio to make miniature sculptures, many of which went on to be enlarged, some to monumental scale. He preferred to 'work out' ideas in the form of these maquettes, which he could hold in his hand, and look at from every point of view". 9 x 18 x 11.2 * HENRY MOORE (1898-1986) 'Reclining Figure' (1983) Plaaster (maquette). Op sokkel in hout. Herkomst: Martha Spencer, Hertford, vervolgens haar dochter Judi Allinson, Scorton, daarna privé-collectie Nederland "This maquette was given by Henry Moore in 1984 to Martha Spencer who worked on Perry Green (the artist atelier). In 1974 Henry Moore had the intention of giving the works in his atelier (maquettes, works on paper and sculptures) to the Tate Gallery. When that became public a lot of British artists protested because they were afraid that the Tate Gallery would become a Henry Moore museum. Henry Moore was very upset by this protest and decided in 1974 to donate more then 400 works from his collection to the Art Gallery of Ontario in Canada." "The Bourne Maquette Studio is named after the small stream running through his section of the grounds. It is the latest studio on site, purpose built by Moore around 1970 as a modelling studio. Here he worked on maquettes for many recognisable works and also sketched the flocks of sheep that he could see from the studio window. Henry Moore used his studio to make miniature sculptures, many of which went on to be enlarged, some to monumental scale. He preferred to 'work out' ideas in the form of these maquettes, which he could hold in his hand, and look at from every point of view". 9 x 18 x 11.2
Henry Moore - Valse Des Fleurs, A Day In St Petersburg And A Ball At The Winter Palace In 1868

Henry Moore - Valse Des Fleurs, A Day In St Petersburg And A Ball At The Winter Palace In 1868

Original 20th century
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Lot number: 80
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Henry Moore - Figure in a Landscape, 20th century colour lithograph, signed and editioned IX/XX in pencil, 33.5cm x 25cm, within a stained beech frame, together with the original book with which it was issued, 'Valse des Fleurs, A day in St Petersburg and a Ball at the Winter Palace in 1868', by Sacheverell Sitwell and illustrated by Henry Moore, published in York by the Fairfax Press in 1980 in a limited edition of four hundred copies, this number IX of XX, signed by Sitwell and Moore, bound in original vellum backed cloth, contained within original pictorial slipcase.
Henry Moore - Four Standing Figures

Henry Moore - Four Standing Figures

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Lot number: 47
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Lot 47 HENRY MOORE (1898 - 1986), BRITISH FOUR STANDING FIGURES, 1978 [CRAMER, 489] Colour lithograph on wove paper; signed and numbered 11/50 in pencil to margin. Printed by Curwen Prints Ltd., London, England. Published by Raymond Spencer Company for The Henry Moore Foundation, Much Hadham. Image 12.2" x 15" — 31 x 38.1 cm.
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