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Now your work need put the foundations Henry Moore America in First More than Transatlantic ing back, at seventy-five, Contacts since Turner Modern Art greatest artist to tlie asserts that his sculptor and draftsman of Henry Moore's work three quarters of emergence America. Look- in is come out of England an internationally-famous as came primarily through 1946-47 Museum his James Johnson Sweeney, retrospective, organized by and through the people and circumstances that led to this key exhibition.

Then. And to me it It — who briny it for the Tate in the New summer "*»'ork through them. But of i9t8 World's Fair was about the biggest thing was a very big sculpture, moving, and everything about tor it has no help and a work is was I art section I invited by this done up liad to because the handling, the a big whose studio space problem for the sculpis back over here, since the war had started 50 — just limited. when Unable to the World's » Henry Moore A/i/eru,i i>i was put on display in the garden of The Museum of Modern Art all through the war right to 1945.

I illogi- maze of words which cally proceeds to entangle himself in a interpret defies the and then A more noncomMr. neither explains It to Epstein's reaction to the carvings nor supplies any intelligible inter- pretation to the figures. «Distortion, particularly of the feminine form, characterizes Moore's work. C. d. and same method by no means so expres- sive of our time. «In many cases the material chosen surface. For example, a figure of is unpleasant both in color and marked with those brown amorphous stone, woman a reclining of a greyish is flashes that remind one of the stains left by a drainpipe or a defective gutter on the stone beneath.

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