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Art of …, The Art of Henry Moore
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produced by Illuminations, in Art of … (London, England: Illuminations Television, 2005), 1 hour 1 mins
Henry Moore is arguably the greatest sculptor of the twentieth century. Born in Yorkshire in 1898, he died after an exceptionally productive career in 1986. His large-scale sculptures are centrally sited in many major cities across Europe and North America. Indeed it can sometimes seem as if his work has become so...
produced by Illuminations, in Art of … (London, England: Illuminations Television, 2005), 1 hour 1 mins
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The Primal Mind
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directed by Don Lenzer; presented by Jamake Highwater, 1931-2001; produced by Richard Berman, Alvin H. Perlmutter, Inc. and Primal Mind Foundation (New York, NY: The Cinema Guild, 1984), 59 mins
This film examines the differences between Native American and Western cultures, including their contrasting views of nature, time, space, art, architecture, and dance. Language also plays a crucial role, since each language reflects fundamental differences in human perception, differences which for centuries have...
directed by Don Lenzer; presented by Jamake Highwater, 1931-2001; produced by Richard Berman, Alvin H. Perlmutter, Inc. and Primal Mind Foundation (New York, NY: The Cinema Guild, 1984), 59 mins
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Henry Moore: The Tate Gallery, 18 July - 22 September 1968. An Arts Council Exhibition
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directed by Walter Lassally, 1926- and David Sylvester, 1924-2001; produced by British Film Institute (England: Arts Council England, 1970), 14 mins
A wide range of work by British sculptor, Henry Moore (1898-1986), in a retrospective exhibition at the Tate Gallery.
directed by Walter Lassally, 1926- and David Sylvester, 1924-2001; produced by British Film Institute (England: Arts Council England, 1970), 14 mins
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Reclining Figure. Henry’s Moore’s sculpture for the UNESCO building in Paris
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directed by Dudley Shaw Ashton, fl. 1970; produced by Arts Council of Great Britain and British Council (England: Arts Council England, 1959), 14 mins
A study of making of the Reclining Figure (1958) by British abstract sculptor, Henry Moore (1898-1986), commissioned for the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, from its original conception through to the completed work.
directed by Dudley Shaw Ashton, fl. 1970; produced by Arts Council of Great Britain and British Council (England: Arts Council England, 1959), 14 mins
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