Henry Moore (1898 – 1986) was an English artist. He is best known for his semi-abstract monumental bronze sculptures which are located around the world as public works of art. As well as sculpture, he produced many drawings.
We have a selection of stunning lithographs copies of all of which are held in the Tate collection.
Two Black Forms: Metal Figures
A lithograph, printed in 1973, on T.H. Saunders paper, signed, dated and inscribed 'Studio Proof' in pencil, a proof aside the numbered edition of 80, with a 'sample copy' inkstamp verso.
Printed by Curwen Prints Ltd., London, published by Gérald Cramer, Geneva, with full margins, 55 x 44.5cm.
Six Stone Figures
A lithograph in colours, produced in 1973, on watermarked Arches paper.
Signed by the artist in pencil and numbered 75/75 (there were also 15 artist's proofs in Roman Numerals), published by Fischer Fine Art Ltd., London, with a deckle edge on one side.
Referenced in the catalogue of the artists work: Cramer 299 and held in the Tate collection.
Framed size 71 x 61 cm.