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Henry Moore, Sculptural Objects, 1949

  • Henry Moore, Sculptural Objects, 1949
  • Henry Moore, Sculptural Objects, 1949
Henry Moore OM, CH (1898-1986) 

 

“Sculptural Objects”

 

Colour lithograph on paper, School Prints Series, 1949, from the edition of 3000, printed by W. S. Cowell Ltd, Ipswich, England for School Prints Ltd., SP. 30, signed and dated in the plate bottom right

Within an off-white mount and framed to a professional standard in light oak

 

Dimensions: 
Composition: 49.1cm x 76.1cm 
Sheet: 49.5cm x 76.1cm 
Frame: 65.5cm x 91.4cm 

 

Stock Number: LH 1611

 

Condition

Generally good. Slight puckering to top edge, and slight browning along extreme edges (but not visible in the frame). Faint pink colour stain top right (possibly made at the printing stage).

Framed to a professional standard with off-white mount and a simple wooden frame in light oak. Please get in touch if you need further images.

A Note From Luke

One of the strongest images from the splendid Schools Print series. In 1945 Barbara Rawnsley embarked on an ambitious project to bring quality contemporary art to the attention of young school children, visually impoverished by the austere and social climate of Post-War Britain. 

With the assistance of the distinguished art historian, Sir Herbert Read, she approached a number of well-known artists of the day to persuade them to create new works which could then be printed on economy paper and sold on to schools at more than affordable prices.

Following the success of the first series, Barbara Rawnsley decided to commission a further series of prints from distinguished European artists, including Piccasso, Leger, Dufy, Braque, Matisse and Henry Moore, all of whom agreed to use new transparent plastic plates (grained like a lithographic plate) specially developed by the printers, W. S. Cowell of Ipswich.

Moore was invited to create a new lithograph in no more than six colours, to be published in an edition of 3000.

 

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