Henry Moore

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Alan Bowness, museum director who established the Turner Prize and Tate Liverpool, has died aged 93

Scholar with an international outlook who was director of the Henry Moore Foundation and executor of his mother-in-law, Barbara Hepworth

Three winter art walks you can enjoy in England this weekend

From Henry Moore's sculpture garden to five miles of towering works along London's first public art walk

Essex’s unlikely sculpture town is set for a renaissance

Built in the wake of the Second World War, Harlow maintains a remarkable collection with pieces by Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth and Rodin

Significant art emerged from traumas of the past—will the pandemic prove different?

As the coronavirus crisis stretches on, we look at how artists have captured confinement in recent history and what is being done now

Blitz, bodies and the British landscape: Bill Brandt and Henry Moore’s intertwining careers explored in new show

The assistant curator Clare Nadal talks us through five key images from The Hepworth Wakefield’s exhibition

Anthony Caro's drawings corrected by Henry Moore to go on show for first time

Exhibition at East Gallery of Norwich University of the Arts aims to demonstrate the relationship between the two artists

Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend

From Henry Moore’s Helmet Heads at the Wallace Collection to Renaissance nudes at the Royal Academy of Arts

Live stream: Phyllida Barlow, Antony Gormley and Richard Deacon talk about Medardo Rosso, unknown to most of us, but venerated by Rodin and Henry Moore

Listen to what they have to say at the Courtauld Institute of Art and Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac’s study meeting, Friday, 2 February, 2018, 2.00–6.00pm (GMT)

Unexpected chemistry between Moore and Bacon on show at the Ashmolean

This show compares the two artists, revealing that the painter even asked the sculptor for lessons

Henry Moore Foundation vetoes plan to build replica of The Arch

An Italian-American collector had offered $1 million for the project

Italian collector steps in to save Moore’s Arch

He will also fund a replica better suited to the British climate

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Arts on television: Barbara Hepworth & Andrew Lloyd Webber

“Your head is like the loveliest pebble I’ve ever seen” said the sculptor Barbara Hepworth to her second husband, artist Ben Nicholson

Art and the Spanish Civil War at the Imperial War Museum

The exhibition will mark the 65th anniversary of the arrival in Spain of the International Brigades

Number of fake Moores on the increase

Dramatic rise in counterfeit bronzes on the market