Henry Moore

Square Form . 1934

+ Hauser & Wirth

As a result of his experimental studio process, Moore arrived at a fluency of sculptural language which he could employ in a variety of materials and on different scales. In bronze, stone and plaster, in relief and in the round, earthbound or poised on points, the works within the Rhoades Gallery embody Moore’s understanding of gravity and weight, volume and space. Continue reading Henry Moore