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Henry Moore in Bretton Country Park

1 Jan–31 Dec 1994

In 1994, Yorkshire Sculpture Park was proud to present a large number of Henry Moore’s sculptures in the Bretton Country Park and an exhibition of nine rarely seen carvings on loan from the...

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Henry Moore: Back to a Land

7 Mar–6 Sep 2015

Born in Castleford, West Yorkshire, Henry Moore (1898–1986) is one of the most important artists of the 20th century. This major exhibition, in collaboration with The Henry Moore Foundation,...

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Night in the Museum: Ryan Gander Curates the Arts Council Collection

16 Jul–16 Oct 2016

Curated by leading British artist Ryan Gander, this major touring exhibition offered a unique view of the Arts Council Collection in its seventieth anniversary year.

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Henry Moore A5 Drawing Pad

£2.50

Featuring a detail from Henry Moore’s drawing Two Sheep (1972), this A5 drawing pad with card cover was created, in collaboration with The Henry Moore Foundation, as part of YSP’s 2015...

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Henry Moore and Landscape

£5

This YSP publication explores Moore's interest in the landscape in relation to his practice. Born in Castleford, West Yorkshire, Henry Moore (1898–1986) is one of the most important...

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Henry Moore Catalogue: Back to a Land

£20

This publication features full colour, in-situ exhibition photography as well as extraordinary images of Henry Moore's monumental bronzes in the open air at Yorkshire Sculpture Park...

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Henry Moore Eraser

£2

Featuring a printed Henry Moore signature and YSP logo, this white, oval-shaped eraser was created, in collaboration with The Henry Moore Foundation, as part of YSP’s 2015 exhibition Henry...

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Henry Moore Exhibition Guide: Back to a Land

£5

Back to a Land is an exhibition of work by Henry Moore, who was born locally in Castleford in 1898 and is now recognised as one of the most important artists of the 20th century. Moore...

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Henry Moore Sheep Keyring

£4.50

Featuring a detail from Henry Moore’s drawing Two Sheep (1972) and the artist's printed signature, this metal keyring was created, in collaboration with The Henry Moore Foundation, as part...

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Henry Moore Sheep Magnet

£2

Featuring a detail from Henry Moore’s drawing Two Sheep (1972), this magnet was created, in collaboration with The Henry Moore Foundation, as part of YSP’s 2015 exhibition Henry Moore:...

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Henry Moore Sheep Pack of 10 Notecards

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A pack of 10 Henry Moore notecards which feature two of Henry Moore's drawings, Two Sheep (1972) and Sheep at Edge of Field (1972), plus accompanying white envelopes. These...

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Henry Moore Wool Challis Scarf

£60

Woven and printed, this 100% wool challis fabric features detail from Four Reclining Figures: Caves, 1974 by Henry Moore. Produced in Macclesfield, this lightweight woven scarf features a...

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Henry Moore: Large Totem Head

Large Totem Head is an upright bronze sculpture with a smooth curved back and a concave front bisected down the centre. This feature highlights the symmetrical qualities of the sculpture, which...

Open Air

Henry Moore: Large Two Forms

As Moore’s career progressed, his work began to get larger in size. 

Open Air

Henry Moore: Reclining Connected Forms

The abstracted shapes of Reclining Connected Forms allude to two enduring themes within the art of Henry Moore, one of Britain’s leading twentieth-century sculptors: the reclining figure...

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Henry Moore: Reclining Figure Hand

Reclining Figure: Hand (1979) is immediately identifiable as a human form despite its modulated stylization; the softly rounded, cloud-like body attests to Moore’s more exploratory...

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Henry Moore: Reclining Figure: Arch Leg

Reclining Figure: Arch Leg forms part of Moore’s Reclining Figure series that he began in the 1950s, and returned back to again and again throughout his life

Open Air

Henry Moore: Three Piece Reclining Figure No. 1

Three Piece Reclining Figure No.1 forms part of Moore’s Reclining Figure series that he began in the 1950s, and returned back to again and again throughout his life. 

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Henry Moore: Upright Motives No. 1 (Glenkiln Cross): No 2; No 7

Moore was the first patron of YSP and expressed a strong wish to site his work in the Country Park during a visit in 1979.

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Henry Moore: Back to a Land

A short film about the Henry Moore: Back to a Land exhibition, featuring interviews with the artist's only daughter, Mary Moore, and Peter Murray CBE, Founding and Executive Director at YSP.

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