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Art in Isolation | Series 2

Episode 1: Henry Moore
In response to the kind words of encouragement and enthusiastic requests for another series, we are delighted to launch Art in Isolation Series 2. In this episode, Philip invites you back into his kitchen to view a work by one of the most important British artists of the twentieth-century, Henry Moore. The importance of Henry Moore in the canon of British art can hardly be overstated, and the present work, dating from early in Moore's career and the year after he met Picasso, shows the artist tackling a theme which would preoccupy him for the rest of his life - the human form.
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In response to the kind words of encouragement and enthusiastic requests for another series, we are delighted to launch Art in Isolation Series 2. In this episode, Philip invites you back into his kitchen to view a work by one of the most important British artists of the twentieth-century, Henry Moore.

The importance of Henry Moore in the canon of British art can hardly be overstated, and the present work, dating from early in Moore's career and the year after he met Picasso, shows the artist tackling a theme which would preoccupy him for the rest of his life - the human form.

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