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Seventeen Figures, 1963

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an edition of 50

60 x 92 cm

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Seventeen Figures, 1963

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an edition of 50

60 x 92 cm


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Eight Reclining Figures on stone background, 1963

lithograph

signed, numbered and dated

an edition of 300

66 x 50 cm

CRAMER 43

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Eight Reclining Figures on stone background, 1963

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an edition of 300

66 x 50 cm

CRAMER 43


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Seated Figures, 1958

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signed, numbered and dated

an edition of 200

printed by Mourlot Freres, Paris

published by Berggruen et Cie, Paris

This work is Cramer 37

57 x 37 cm

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Seated Figures, 1958

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an edition of 200

printed by Mourlot Freres, Paris

published by Berggruen et Cie, Paris

This work is Cramer 37

57 x 37 cm


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Reclining Figure, 1977

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signed, numbered and dated

an edition of 60

on TH Saunders paper

published by the Friends of the Tate, London

printed by Curwen, London

24 x 31 cm

 

This work is recorded as number 459 by Cramer in the catalogue raisonne of his work

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Reclining Figure, 1977

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lithograph

signed, numbered and dated

an edition of 60

on TH Saunders paper

published by the Friends of the Tate, London

printed by Curwen, London

24 x 31 cm

 

This work is recorded as number 459 by Cramer in the catalogue raisonne of his work


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Eight Reclining Figures, 1963

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signed, numbered and dated

an edition of 35 in roman numerals (65 regular edition)

76 x 51 cm

 

This work recently sold at Sothebys London for £5000.

 

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Eight Reclining Figures, 1963

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lithograph

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an edition of 35 in roman numerals (65 regular edition)

76 x 51 cm

 

This work recently sold at Sothebys London for £5000.

 

http://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/ecatalogue/2014/made-in-britain-l14144/lot.116.html


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Three Seated Figures with Children, 1973

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an edition of 75

image: 37 x 51 cm

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Three Seated Figures with Children, 1973

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image: 37 x 51 cm


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Four Silhouette Figures, 1973

lithograph

signed and numbered

an edition of 50

published by Gerald Cramer, Geneva

printed by Curwen Prints Ltd

137 x 225 mm image

This work is recorded as Cramer 283

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Four Silhouette Figures, 1973

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published by Gerald Cramer, Geneva

printed by Curwen Prints Ltd

137 x 225 mm image

This work is recorded as Cramer 283


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Six Reclining Figures, 1966

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an edition of 50

76 x 60 cm

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Six Reclining Figures, 1966

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Head of a girl and reclining Figure

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45 x 54 cm

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Head of a girl and reclining Figure

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The English sculptor, graphic artist and drawer Henry Moore was born in Castleford on June 30, 1898. He was the youngest of seven children of a miner's family. He studies education in Castleford in 1915-16 and works as a teacher. He is drafted by the military in 1917. Henry Moore decides to study art in 1919 and enrolls at the Leeds College of Art. He receives a scholarship and continues his studies at the Royal College of Art in London from 1921 to 1924. In 1924 he begins teaching sculpting himself, in 1932 he changes to the Chelsea School of Art where he is head of the sculpting department until 1939. The collections of the Tate Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum supply Moore with ample study material, in the British Museum he is especially impressed by Egyptian and Mexican sculptures. As early as in the 1920s his works become detached from traditional ideas of form, proportions and composition.His first one-man show takes place in the Warren Gallery in London in 1928. In his works Henry Moore focuses on a few recurring motifs from an early point on, mostly depictions of "Mother and Child " and the "Reclining Figures". Most of his sculptures are cast in bronze, but he also uses wood and stone. Henry Moore tries to capture his figure's emotional expression in harmony with the object's materiality.He goes on several journeys throughout his life, his first longer trip takes him to France and through Italy. He joins the artists group "7 & 5 Society" in 1930-31 and two years later the group "Unit One". As of 1937 he belongs to the circle of British surrealists. In 1940 Henry Moore is appointed "Official War Artist". He makes the "Shelter Sketchbook", the drawings of people seeking shelter in the London underground make him popular. The first large retrospective takes place in the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1946, the artist is awarded numerous prizes and honors.Besides sculpting, he also makes an extensive graphic oeuvre with cycles such as the "Elephant Skull" album in 1969-70, or the "Sheep" album in 1972 and 1974. His sculptures become more and more monumental in his later years, Moore now prefers to exhibit them in open landscapes. They also display their exceptional effect in correspondence with the surrounding architecture.Henry Moore is regarded as one of the most important British sculptors, at the same time counting among the most important artists of the 20th century. Henry Moore dies in Much Hadham near Cambridge, his place of residence as of 1940, on August 31, 1986.