In the aftermath of the Second World War and the Holocaust the rhetorical manner of much pre-war public art was discredited. Moore’s work offered an alternative, more humane form of public sculpture. Such sculptures as Falling Warrior and Warrior with Shield 1953-4 inevitably evoked memories of conflict, the latter becoming a war memorial in the city of Arnhem in Holland.
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