Descripción o resumen: "From the outset of his career in the 1920s Henry Moore, along with Ben Nicholson, Paul Nash, John Piper, Barbara Hepworth and other luminaries, engaged with the prevailing influences of Abstraction and Surrealism, creating new formal languages with which to confront their volatile century." This exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery - the first major show devoted to Moore in this country since 1988 - examines in detail his favourite themes, with examples of all aspects of his output over some fifty years. They range from drawings, such as the famous shelter sketches that so endeared him to the public in war-torn Britain, to his varied sculptural work, including plaster maquettes, stone carvings and enormous bronzes.
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Subido por: Jesús Álvarez Rodríguez
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