The sculptor Henry Moore ranks among the outstanding figures in art in the 20th century. His abstract sculptures, gargantuan in size and design, can be found in important places in Europe. The plastics “Knife Edge Two Piece” near the House of Lords in London, “Large two Forms” in front of the former Federal Chancellery in Bonn, or his work “Sheep Piece” on the Seefeldkai in Zürich, together with a sculpture by Tinguely and a building by Le Corbusier, belong to his most famous. Acquaintances with the most important artists of his time, Picasso and Giacometti influenced his style. Moore in turn coined the sculpting of the 20th century. The Venice Biennale awarded him the International Sculpture award in 1948, the Museum of Modern Art in New York exhibited his works, as did the documenta I, II, III and IV.
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