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Sculpture in the Landscape

This month's Archive Story shows a series of images of Moore's sculptures in different landscapes; from the striking architecture of Hong Kong to the radiant botanical gardens of Denver.

Taken mainly from our vast collection of Exhibition Prints, each setting highlights the sculptural forms in a new way, changing our understanding and response to the works.

From Friday 1 May the grounds at Perry Green will be open to the public, with at least twenty large Moore works on display, including many seen here.

There are currently several exhibitions taking place which explore the relationship between Moore and the landscape, including Henry Moore: Back to a Land, Figure and Architecture: Henry Moore in the 1950s and Henry Moore: Arte en la Calle.