Working in the Henry Moore Archive often uncovers fascinating stories about the artist's life and work.
The most significant solo exhibition of Henry Moore's lifetime, still one of the biggest ever Moore exhibitions, was held in Florence in 1972.
28 September 2018
Apple trees are an important feature at the Henry Moore Foundation in autumn, and were a great source of inspiration for Moore.
1 August 2018
To mark Yorkshire Day this year, we'd like to share this gem from our Archive: a Castleford Secondary School Concert programme from December 1912.
26 April 2018
In his lifetime Henry Moore completed fifteen Elmwood carvings, ranging from the earlier smaller pieces such as Hole and Lump, to the monumental Reclining Figures of the post-war period.
29 November 2017
During World War One Henry Moore served with the 15th (County of London) Battalion London Regiment, also known as the Prince of Wales Own Civil Service Rifles. He voluntarily joined the Battalion in February 1917 at the age of 18 and a half.
23 November 2017
For the vast majority of his career, Henry Moore collaborated with foundries in order to cast his bronze sculptures.
23 October 2017
With Henry Moore's Draped Seated Woman, known to all as Old Flo, returning to London, we wanted to share a gem from our Archive collection with you.
30 August 2017
2017 is an important year, as not only does it mark the 40th anniversary of the Henry Moore Foundation, but also the 70th anniversary of Harlow as a New Town.
30 July 2017
The Henry Moore Archive is currently undergoing a move. Another move.
23 November 2016
2016 marks the 65th anniversary of the opening of the Festival of Britain. Our Archive team take a look at Moore's links with the Festival.
8 April 2016
April sees the opening of an exciting new exhibition of Henry Moore's plaster sculptures in Wuppertal, Germany.