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Stripping off and chilling in Zurich

When I arrived at my Airbnb accommodation in Zürich (my final destination before returning to Melbourne) after three busy days in London, four days of wall to wall museums and sightseeing in Krakow, 22 hours of travelling down memory lane in Vienna, a seven-hour train journey, an 11-minute tram ride (the Swiss are very precise) and a luggage schlepp up 12 stairs (the block of flats was on a slope, dammit!), I was in serious need of some R & R. 614 more words


Featured Artist: Henry Moore

Having survived the horror of the World War I trenches as a teenager, celebrated English sculptor Henry Moore (1898–1986) continued to respond to the dramatic historical events he witnessed throughout his lifetime. 223 more words

Cold War

Moore for the Sheep

Part of the Photo 101 challenge – today’s theme ‘Landscape’

The sheep seem oblivious to the wonderful sculptures (including several Henry Moore’s) that are dotted about in the vast and beautiful landscape around the Yorkshire Sculpture Park


Large Spindle Piece - Henry Moore 1974

Large sculpture by Henry Moore outside the main entrance of London Kings Cross station


Conscience and Conflict: British Artists and the Spanish Civil War

Conscience and Conflict: British Artists and the Spanish CivilWar accompanies an exhibition of the same name at Pallant House Gallery in Chichester. Published by Lund Humphries… 238 more words


Henry Moore

We were given a task to write about an artist we have been introduced to during this course, the one that I have chosen is Henry Moore. 274 more words

Critical Studies


What is life? We often seem to ask,
When we’ve been left out cold, or failing to reach a task,

Life is that intangible silk string, poised to snap at a moment, 318 more words