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The new and the old in Prato

In the wide Piazza San Marco stands an eye catching marble sculpture which was donated to the city by the English artist, Henry Moore. The massive work is made from 30 blocks of marble, chosen by Moore from the Apuane quarries. 84 more words


First greeting of the morning

There is a Henry Moore bronze sculpture in the centre of Leeds. It depicts a reclining woman.

Until last summer I was living in Brixton, in south London, and most mornings I walked past Lambeth Town Hall. 258 more words


Artists and their Studios

Genius fascinates me, as I am sure it does many others. By its nature it is hard to understand, but I think seeing artist’s creative space gives a clue to their genius; how the artist sees, thinks, what influences them, etc. 70 more words


Burberry x Henry Moore Exhibition: Truly A Feast For The Eyes

What do you get when an iconic quintessential British brand collaborates with the prestigious Henry Moore Foundation? Magic.

For a whole week in February (21th-27th) the Burberry Makers House opened their doors to the public giving us a rare opportunity to see their new collection which drew inspiration from the works of Henry Moore. 159 more words


Equivalence for the Landscape

He discovered the Hardy novels, and in time the painter Nash; the hills and trees and standing stones, flowers that broke from their moorings to sail the sky, fossils that reared in ghostly anger from the rocks.

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Sam McKnight and Burberry capes

This isn’t exactly a blog, more of a sharing of the photos I took when I visited the hairdresser Sam McKnight retrospective at Somerset House… 978 more words


Following Burberry’s AW17 show at London Fashion Week, they went on to showcase the new collection at the Makers House at Tottenham Court Road. I previously went to this exhibition back in October last year for their SS17 collection and was amazed at the detail and money that Burberry must put in to make such an amazing showcase, and also the fact it gives people like me the opportunity to view the collection in person as we are unable to attend the catwalk show itself. 106 more words