Henry Moore Images

Following the latest government advice about Coronavirus, Henry Moore Studios & Gardens is now closed.

Our team is working remotely and still has access to the many thousands of digital images we have in our collection. We are happy to continue to research, supply, licence and grant permission to reproduce photographs of Moore and his artwork for any forthcoming publications or projects you may be working on.

Please continue to complete our online request form or email us - we are answering enquires as normal.

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Henry Moore Images provides a comprehensive record of the artist’s life and work comprising photographs, negatives, transparencies, glass negatives and digital images available for research or to purchase.

From the early 1930s Moore used photography to document his work, sometimes recording every stage from conception to completion. The archive holds early images of Moore as a boy in Castleford and depicts every stage of his career as well as his works and his home life at Perry Green.

In addition to Moore’s own prints and transparencies, our collection holds material from many other accomplished photographers. The Foundation has acquired the Henry Moore photographic archives of Errol Jackson, John Hedgecoe and Frank Farnham. Many of the images in these collections are available for reproduction and we hold a copyright interest in any image of Henry Moore or his works. Please read our section on Licensing and reproduction for more about how to license a Henry Moore image and our charges.

Licencing and reproduction