Henry Moore: Carving a Reputation 1945–86 1998
Henry Moore’s love of natural forms and his placing of sculpture in the landscape helped create a reputation that brought him international acclaim. In the second half of this documentary, friends, family members, critics and art contemporaries appraise Moore’s work and share their personal experiences of the man and his life.
Narrator: Francine Stock
Producer: James Runcie
First broadcast: 19 July 1998
This selection of clips has been taken from the BBC Archive. The full-length interviews and many more programmes celebrating Henry Moore and his art can be found at www.bbc.co.uk/archive/henrymoore.