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Moore’s art has never looked better: Henry Moore at Houghton Hall reviewed

4 May 2019

9:00 AM

4 May 2019

9:00 AM

Henry Moore was, it seems, one of the most notable fresh-air fiends in art history. Not only did he prefer to carve stone outside — working in his studio felt like being in ‘prison’ — but he felt the sculpture came out better that way too, in natural light. What’s more, he believed that the finished works looked at their best in the open air.

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