The History of Sculpture Notebook 1920 was completed whilst Moore was a student at the Royal College of Art, making regular visits to the British Museum and the V&A.
Couple Embracing 1920, a pen and ink drawing made while Moore was still living in Yorkshire, reflects the influence of Aubrey Beardsley on the young artist.
West Wind 1928 can still be seen, high up on the facade of 55 Broadway, London, alongside carvings by Eric Gill and Jacob Epstein. Here you can take a closer look at the work, photographed before it was attached to the building.
This catalogue introduces Moore's second one-man show, his first with the Leicester Galleries, and includes a prefatory note by the artist Jacob Epstein.
In August 1941 Moore was commissioned by the War Artists' Advisory Committee to draw a series of coalmining scenes in Wheldale Colliery, Yorkshire, where his father had worked previously. For more details please visit our online catalogue.
The Three Fates, a drawing in various media produced in 1948 which depicts The Three Fates, Lachesis represeting Birth; Clotho representing Life and Atropos.