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Exhibitions

Compare and contrast Rodin and Moore

3 August 2013

9:00 AM

3 August 2013

9:00 AM

Moore Rodin

The Henry Moore Foundation, Perry Green, Much Hadham, Hertfordshire, until 27 October

One generation is usually so busy reacting against its predecessors that it can take years for a balanced appreciation of real and relative merits to emerge. Henry Moore was born in 1898, and Rodin didn’t die until 1917, but they never met. All his life Moore was aware of Rodin’s work, and although early on he made apprentice works influenced by Rodin, it was only when he had established his own territory as an artist that he could afford to look long and admiringly at the senior artist.

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