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Henry Moore

United Kingdom (Castleford 1898 -  Munch Hadham 1986 ) Wikipedia® : Henry Moore
MOORE Henry  Reclining Figures

Christie's /Jun 28, 2017
45,264.23 - 67,896.35
Not Sold

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Henry Spencer Moore

 

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Henry Moore - Figures In Settings And Sculptural

Henry Moore - Figures In Settings And Sculptural

Original 1949
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Lot number: 140
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HENRY MOORE (1898-1986) | Figures in Settings and Sculptural Ideas (Cramer 11) Description: Lithograph, 1949, signed in pencil and inscribed 'Trial Proof.' and 'B' (Cramer mentions only one trial proof printed in grey, sepia and black, retouched with drawing and signed), on wove paper, printed by W S Cowell Ltd, Ipswich, framed
Henry Moore - Two Seated Figures In Stone

Henry Moore - Two Seated Figures In Stone

Original 1963
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Lot number: 86
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Henry Moore O.M., C.H. (British, 1898-1986) Two Seated Figures in Stone Lithograph, 1963, on wove, signed, dated and numbered XXVII/XXXV in pencil, printed by Curwen Prints Ltd., London, published by Galerie Wolfgang Ketterer, Stuttgart, with their blindstamp, with margins, the full sheet, 400 x 285mm (15 3/4 x 11 1/4in)(I)
Henry Moore - Maquette For Seated Woman

Henry Moore - Maquette For Seated Woman

Original 1978
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Lot number: 3278
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Description: HENRY MOORE (Castleford 1898 - 1986 Much Hadham) Maquette for seated woman. 1957. Cast 1978. Bronze, brown patina. Signed and numbered on the backside of the base: Moore 9/9, as well as with the faundry mark: Morris Singer Foundry London. Height: 18,5 cm. Provenance: Private collection, Israel. Literature: Bowness, Alan: Henry Moore. Complete sculptur, 1955 - 1964, vol. III, London, no. 439b (with ill.). --------------- HENRY MOORE (Castleford 1898 - 1986 Much Hadham) Maquette for seated woman. 1957. Guss 1978. Bronze, braune Patina. Hinten auf dem Sockel signiert und nummeriert: Moore 9/9, sowie mit dem Giesserstempel: Morris Singer Foundry London. Höhe: 18,5 cm. Provenienz: Privatsammlung Israel. Literatur: Bowness, Alan: Henry Moore. Complete sculptur, 1955 - 1964, Bd. III, London, Nr. 439b (mit Abb.).
Henry Moore -  Reclining Figures

Henry Moore - Reclining Figures

Original 1940
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Lot number: 126
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Henry Moore (1898-1986) Reclining figures signed and dated 'Moore 40' (lower right) gouache, pen and ink, wash and coloured crayon on paper 11 x 15 in. (27.8 x 38.2 cm.) Executed in 1940 Special Notice Artist's Resale Right ("Droit de Suite"). Artist's Resale Right Regulations 2006 apply to this lot, the buyer agrees to pay us an amount equal to the resale royalty provided for in those Regulations, and we undertake to the buyer to pay such amount to the artist's collection agent. Provenance Galleria d'arte Galatea, Turin (no. 1027). Acquired from the above by the present owner. Pre-Lot Text WORKS ON PAPER FROM THE TWENTIETH CENTURY AVANT-GARDES The Collection of a Scholar, Sold to Benefit Humanitarian Causes Literature D. Sylvester, ed., Henry Moore, Sculpture and Drawings, vol. I, 1921-1948, London, 1957, p. 218 (illustrated).
Henry Moore - Mother And Child: Chair

Henry Moore - Mother And Child: Chair

Original 1981
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Lot number: 132
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Henry Moore, O.M., C.H. (1898-1986) Mother and Child: Chair signed and numbered 'Moore/5/9' (on the base) and stamped with the foundry mark 'NOACK BERLIN' (on the edge of the base) bronze with a brown patina 11¼ in. (28.5 cm.) high, excluding black base Conceived in 1981. Special Notice Artist's Resale Right ("Droit de Suite"). Artist's Resale Right Regulations 2006 apply to this lot, the buyer agrees to pay us an amount equal to the resale royalty provided for in those Regulations, and we undertake to the buyer to pay such amount to the artist's collection agent. These lots have been imported from outside the EU for sale using a Temporary Import regime. Import VAT is payable (at 5%) on the Hammer price. VAT is also payable (at 20%) on the buyer\\\’s Premium on a VAT inclusive basis. This VAT is not shown separately on the invoice. When a buyer of such a lot has registered an EU address but wishes to export the lot or complete the import into another EU country, he must advise Christie's immediately after the auction. Provenance Private collection. with Lillian Heidenberg Gallery, New York. with Kent Fine Art, New York, July 1986, where purchased by the present owners. Pre-Lot Text THE TUTTLEMAN COLLECTION During their marriage, Edna and Stanley Tuttleman curated one of the most eclectic and diverse collections of art, which spans multiple decades and a variety of media. Modernist sculpture masterpieces by artists such as Henry Moore and pop works by Roy Lichtenstein live side by side in a diverse arrangement that underscores the Tuttlemans\\\’ love of art in many forms and traditions. Sculptures and paintings are represented as equally as acoustic and kinetic forms in the collection, with works by Alexander Calder and Henry Bertoia creating an atmosphere of pleasure that transcend the conventional and leans toward the unexpected. The Tuttlemans\\\’ love-affair with all that is modern was articulated through a bold, salon-style installation in their family home that overtook every room and extended well into the surrounding landscape. Through this unique juxtaposition of works, the viewer gains a new appreciation for the relationships between works hanging side by side in close proximity to one another. The hanging is intuitive and not belabored—not overly planned or systematic. This style of installation underscores their love of the works themselves as well as their approach to collecting overall. The Tuttlemans sought out works by artists who resonated with them and purchased their work frequently. The Tuttlemans\\\’ vast collection of sculpture displayed primarily outdoors was inspired by the family\\\’s frequent stops at Storm King Art Center on their way to their Vermont home. While often times the sheer mass of a sculpture can limit its setting to the outdoors, many modern sculptors and collectors revel in the open air as a venue where the viewer is free to study the work from any distance and at any angle. From works by artists of American, Latin American, and British descent, Edna and Stanley Tuttlemans\\\’ collection reveals a journey of collecting some of the finest examples of outdoor sculpture from all corners of the world. Displayed throughout the grounds of their Pennsylvania home, the Tuttlemans\\\’ extraordinary collection occupied every garden, ledge and terrace creating a truly inspiring installation. Though their works are surrounded by the sublime and ever-changing environment, the love Edna and Stanley Tuttleman bestowed upon selecting a magnificent range of internationally-represented artists is unchanging. This passion and dedication seen not only in the Tuttlemans\\\’ approach to collecting but also in their philanthropic efforts, was a hallmark of their marriage and a legacy of their life together. Edna and Stanley Tuttleman were committed to promoting the arts, culture and education in their community, and acted as benefactors to museums, universities, hospitals and temples in the Philadelphia area. The Tuttlemans funded, among others endeavors, The Tuttleman Contemporary Art Gallery at the Philadelphia Museum of Art; Franklin Institute\\\’s Tuttleman Omniverse Theater; The Tuttleman Library at Gratz College; The Tuttleman Chapel at Temple Adath Israel; The Tuttleman Imaging Center at Graduate Hospital; The Tuttleman Learning Centers at Temple University and at Philadelphia University; The Tuttleman Auditorium and The Tuttleman Terrace at Institute of Contemporary Art; The Edna S. Tuttleman Directorship of the Museum at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; and the Tuttleman Sculpture Gallery at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. These institutions that they fostered will stand as a beacon of their dedication to promoting the arts and education in their community. For further works from The Tuttleman Collection please see lots 7-12 in the Modern British & Irish Art Evening Sale on 26 June 2017. Literature A. Bowness (ed.), Henry Moore, Complete Sculpture: 1980-86, Vol. 6, London, 1988, pp. 44-45, no. 840, another cast illustrated.
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