Photograph of Bernard Schottlander
Copyright: Estate of Bernard Schottlander and Leeds Museums & Galleries (Henry Moore Institute Archive)
Please note that the Archive will have limited opening times in July and August 2013.
The Henry Moore Institute houses and maintains the Leeds Museums & Galleries archive of sculptors' papers. Covering the eighteenth century to the present day it has a particular emphasis on the twentieth century and contains a diverse range of papers relating to British sculptural practice. There are particularly important collections of photographs and drawings.
The archive is closely related to the sculpture collection of Leeds Museums & Galleries and the Henry Moore Institute library. Together they provide an important research facility to enable a greater understanding of the history and practice of sculpture.
The online archive catalogue can be accessed by clicking the link on the right.
The following is a list of the collections in the archive:
Henry Hugh Armstead; Terry Atkinson; Gilbert Bayes; Quentin Bell; Franta Belsky; Catherine Bertola; Neville Boden; Laurence Bradshaw; Ian Breakwell; John Bridgeman; Albert Bruce-Joy; Laurence Burt; Esmond Burton; Reg Butler; Antonio Canova; Brian Catling; Hermon Cawthra; Helen Chadwick; Geoffrey Clarke; Edward Bainbridge Copnall; Stephen Cox; Joseph Cribb; Hubert Dalwood; Grenville Davey; Cathy de Monchaux; Paul de Monchaux; Frank Dobson; Joanna Drew; Alfred Drury; David Dye; the Elgin Marbles; Jacob Epstein; the Festival of Britain, 1951; Ian Hamilton Finlay; Rose Finn-Kelcey; the Fisher family of York; Arthur Fleischmann; Edward Onslow Ford; James Forsyth; George Frampton; George Fullard; John Galizia & Son Ltd; Henri Gaudier-Brzeska; Alfred Horace Gerrard; Alfred Gilbert; Katherine Gili; Eric Gill; Ernest and Mary Gillick; Count Gleichen; Andy Goldsworthy; Antony Gormley; Joseph Gott; the Great Exhibition, 1851; Rupert Gunnis; George and Emmeline Halse; Siobhan Hapaska; Alfred Hardiman; Harlow Art Trust; William Granville Hastings and Donald Hastings; Heinz Henghes; Barbara Hepworth; Gertrude Hermes; Charles Hewlings; Peter Hide; John Hilliard; Frederick Hitch; Nathaniel Hitch; Holbeck Triangle Trust; John Hoskin; 1862 International Exhibition, London; Errol Jackson; Emile Jacot; Charles Sargeant Jagger; Laurence Josephs; Eric Kennington; Michael Kidner; Peter King; Roy Kitchin; A.J.T. Kloman; Ghisha Koenig; Fritz Kormis; Bruce Lacey; Sydney Langford Jones; Langlands & Bell; Gilbert Ledward; Sir David Low; Richard Cockle Lucas; Michael Lyons; Hamish Basil Macpherson; Carlo Marochetti; William Calder Marshall; Bruce McLean; F. E. McWilliam; Bernard Meadows; Ivan Mestrovic; George Meyrick; Henry Moore; Joan Moore; David Nash; Paul Neagu; Oscar Nemon; Peter (Laszlo) Peri; Eric Peskett; Roland Piche; Carl Plackman; J.T. Poole; Ronald Pope; Edward Carter Preston; Public Art Development Trust; Anne-Katrin Purkiss; Francoise Quardon; Charles Quick; Betty Rea; Ivor Roberts-Jones; Richard Rome; Ellen Mary Rope; Michael Rosenauer; Michael Sandle; Bernard Schottlander; Clare Sheridan; George Simonds; Willi Soukop; Keir Smith; Wendy Taylor; Alan Thornhill; Thornycroft Family; Albert Toft; Leon Underwood; Atelier van Lieshout; Josefina de Vasconcellos; Paule Vezelay; Darrell Viner; Charlotte von Poehl; Auke de Vries; Michael Werner; James Sherwood Westmacott; Richard Westmacott; Charles Wheeler; Neal White; John Wilby & Son; Stephen Willats; Francis John Williamson; Henry Wood of Bristol; William Frederick Woodington; Bill Woodrow; Thomas Woolner; Austin Wright
The archive welcomes gifts and bequests from sculptors and their families and institutions related to sculptural practice. Offers of material or information about potential archives should be directed to the Archivist.