An exhibition of pieces by sculptor Henry Moore at the Tate Britain looks set to make a big impact.
His sculptures have been part of public spaces in Britain since the 1960s and 1970s—some on housing estates, others in parks.
The works are often of figures—embracing, reclining or facing into the distance.
These impressive sculptures are well worth taking in.
The Henry Moore exhibition is on at the Tate Britain in London until 8 August. £12.50, concessions £11
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