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e-Book Tate Sculpture: The Human Figure in British Art from Moore to Gormley download

e-Book Tate Sculpture: The Human Figure in British Art from Moore to Gormley download

by Anne Goodchild

ISBN: 0954691318
ISBN13: 978-0954691318
Language: English
Publisher: Sheffield Galleries & Museums Trust (January 22, 2005)
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A Tate online resource for children, schools and teachers which explores the ideas and inspiration behind Henry . Henry Moore created this sculpture Recumbent Figure in 1938. The sculpture is of a woman lying down

A Tate online resource for children, schools and teachers which explores the ideas and inspiration behind Henry Moore's sculptures. The sculpture is of a woman lying down. You may be able to make out knees, breasts and a head, but the forms have been simplified and the figure looks abstract. Take a look at the slideshow below to explore the sculpture more closely from different angles and viewpoints. Look at the shapes and forms of the sculpture and think about what remind you of. Also try and imagine that you are looking at the sculpture for the first time and know nothing about it.

As well as sculpture, Moore produced many drawings, including a series depicting Londoners sheltering from the . His forms are usually abstractions of the human figure, typically depicting mother-and-child or reclining figures.

As well as sculpture, Moore produced many drawings, including a series depicting Londoners sheltering from the Blitz during the Second World War, along with other graphic works on paper. His forms are generally pierced or contain hollow spaces

Tate Sculpture: The Human Figure in British Art from Moore to Gormley, Millennium Galleries, Sheffield, January–April . Henry Moore: An Exhibition of Sculpture from 1950–1960, exhibition catalogue, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London 1960 (another cast reproduced, n. ).

Tate Sculpture: The Human Figure in British Art from Moore to Gormley, Millennium Galleries, Sheffield, January–April 2005. Henry Moore y México, Museo Dolores Olmedo, Mexico City, June–October 2005, n. 9. Alan Bowness (e., Henry Moore.

Antony Gormley Biography of British Postmodernist Sculptor, Turner . The sculptor Antony Gormley OBE RA is one of England's leading artists.

Antony Gormley Biography of British Postmodernist Sculptor, Turner Prize-Winner. MAIN A-Z INDEX - A-Z of SCULPTURE.

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Check out this article to learn more or contact your system administrator. Public & reusable. Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article. The Human Figure Throughout Art History.

British sculptor Antony Gormley creates art concerned with the space we occupy within and without our bodies. Gormley has placed his sculptures around the world in site-specific locations, as the location of a piece is as important as the piece itself. Have a look at some of his most interesting sculptures. His interest in humans is both intimate and symbolic. This Turner Prize-winning sculptor might make you change not only the way you look at sculpture, but also the way you look at human bodies.

Sculpture is the most elemental, the most eternal of all the art forms. Catholicism gave him a grounding in the importance of the human figure. If a sculptor can’t engage in some harmless philosophising, I mean to say, who can? Antony Gormley was born in 1950, the youngest of seven children. His father was Irish, his mother was German. They were devout Catholics. What is our connection and what is our responsibility to the displaced?

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Perhaps the sculptor’s most famous piece, this now iconic sculpture was . Gormley provided one of the first works at the sculpture park when it was opened in 1983.

Perhaps the sculptor’s most famous piece, this now iconic sculpture was erected in 1998 in Gateshead and, love it or loathe it, has become something of a symbol of the north east. The angel figure stands a massive 20 metres tall, with wings spanning 54 metres. Reflection comprises a familiar rust-coloured Gormley figure looking at both its reflection in a window and a twin sculpture on the other side of the pane at the entrance of the offices at 350 Euston Road, London, the augmented reflection shimmering almost like a holographic image.

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ISBN: 184631075X
ISBN13: 978-1846310751
language: English
Subcategory: Sculpture
e-Book Modern Sculpture Reader download

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by Jon Wood,Alex Potts,David Hulks
ISBN: 190546200X
ISBN13: 978-1905462001
language: English
Subcategory: Sculpture
ISBN: 1873362641
ISBN13: 978-1873362648
language: English
Subcategory: History and Criticism
e-Book Antony Gormley: Between You and Me download

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ISBN: 2910055310
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language: English
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by John Russell
ISBN: 0905005260
ISBN13: 978-0905005263
language: English
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language: English
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Subcategory: Sculpture