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More 'Action Week ' work on the Phillips of Hitchin archives

We are making steady progress this week on the enormous task of cleaning and cataloguing the Phillips of Hitchin archives at the Brotherton Library Special Collections… 583 more words

In the shadows of WWII: Civilian stories in Britian and Spain

The arrival of large-scale modern warfare at the turn of the 20th century, and the new levels of brutality that ensued, left artists wondering how to respond to the subject which had since the genesis of the “story-telling” … 2,497 more words


2.1 - Research and Material Experiments

This project starts by considering how the illusion of a 3D space floating within a 2D surface can be achieved by carving form into a laid down surface of charcoal and then developing further tone and form. 1,076 more words

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Knife Edge

Knife Edge — Two Piece // Henry Moore

Directly in front of Parliament on the Abingdon Green sits a Henry Moore sculpture. Known as Knife Edge — Two Piece, the work was given to Britain in 1967. 17 more words


No 399 Henry Moore

“It is a mistake for a sculptor or a painter to speak or write very often about his job. It releases tension needed for his work.” Henry Moore, an Anglo-Irish sculptor and artist, best known for his semi-abstract monumental bronze sculptures which are located around the world as public works of art, was born on 30 July 1898.


Artist of the moment...........Dimitri Hadzi

Dimitri Hadzi was an American sculptor who worked in an abstract style. Dimitri Hadzi was born in New York City in the year 1921.

Hadzi attended Cooper Union College located in New York City. 127 more words