Made not long before his death, this lengthy & moving interview with Henry Moore, the preeminent sculptor of our time, follows him from his studio in the English countryside to an installation of his sculptures in the rolling hills of Scotland & back to the park which was his garden. Moore's works, many of them among the largest bronze casting ever made, are seen outdoors which he felt was the natural setting for their appreciation.
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|Grouping Title||henry moore|
|Grouping Author||moore henry|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-03-02 01:49:41AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-11-14 02:17:05AM|
|author||Moore, Henry, 1898-1986.|
Société nationale de programme France-Régions.
VPI/AC Video (Firm)
|available_at_adams||Adams State University|
|detailed_location_adams||ASU Video (3rd floor)|
|display_description||An interview with Henry Moore conducted at his studio in England and at an installation of his sculptures in the hills of Scotland. Moore discusses the development of his art and the philosophy guiding his sculpture. Also discusses the importance of drawing in his creative development and the themes and artists who have influenced his work. Includes views of many of Moore's sculptures.|
|local_callnumber_adams||NB497.M6 A35 1989|
|owning_library_adams||Adams State University|
|owning_location_adams||Adams State University|
Moore, Henry, -- 1898-1986. -- Interviews
Sculptors -- Great Britain -- Interviews
Sculpture, British -- 20th century
|title_full||Henry Moore [videorecording] / vu par Thierry Filliard, Alain Vernis ; une coproduction, Temoins, Lysandra Films, FR3|