This is a guide to Moore's sculptures on public display throughout the world. We strive to ensure that all information is accurate, however we recommend that you contact each venue before making a visit. Please also contact us if you spot any mistakes. In some instances it has not been possible to source an image of the actual sculpture in-situ, and on such occasions an alternative image has been used.
‘Sculpture (Knife Edge Two Piece)’ [LH504] was finished in the summer of 1962. It has some connection with the figure I did the previous year, 1961, called ‘Standing Figure (Knife Edge)’ which was influenced by the study of bone forms. It has also some connection with the two-piece sculptures I have been doing since 1959, where the problem of dividing the Reclining Figure into two, and later pieces, occupied me.
Henry Moore quoted in Tate Gallery Catalogues: The Modern British Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, Volume 2, Oldborne Press, London 1964, pp.459-60