UNIQUE VIEWS OF LIFE UNDERGROUND

Phil Jarman looks at the role of key artists during the Second World War.

Known worldwide for his semiabstract modernist figures and family groups, Henry Moore’s sculptures have been commissioned to adorn public places since the end of the Second World War and he is now regarded as one of the most significant and influential artists of the twentieth century.

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