Henry Moore: Sculptural Process and Public Identity

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View of Henry Moore's Three Piece Reclining Figure No.1 1961–2 being positioned on the lawn of the Tate Gallery 1978

View of Henry Moore's Three Piece Reclining Figure No.1 1961–2 being positioned on the lawn of the Tate Gallery in 1978
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In 1978 Henry Moore gave the Tate Gallery a gift of thirty-six sculptures in bronze, plaster and marble. Four of the large-scale sculptures included in the gift were installed in the Tate Gallery garden as part of the exhibition held in July-August to celebrate Henry Moore’s eightieth birthday. This photograph shows Three Piece Reclining Figure No.11961–2 (T02289) being positioned on the lawn.

How to cite

View of Henry Moore's Three Piece Reclining Figure No.1 1961–2 being positioned on the lawn of the Tate Gallery, 1978, in Henry Moore: Sculptural Process and Public Identity, Tate Research Publication, 2015, https://www.tate.org.uk/art/research-publications/henry-moore/view-of-henry-moores-three-piece-reclining-figure-no1-19612-being-positioned-on-the-lawn-r1176313, accessed 18 April 2019.