Henry Moore, Black Figure on Pink Background


Henry Moore (Castleford 1898 – 1986 Much Hadham)

“Black figure on Pink Background”


Color lithograph on Japan

10.8 x 13.0 cm (27.0 x 21.3 cm)

Edition of 100

Signed and numbered in graphite on front

Printed by J. E. Wolfensberger (Zürich), published by Das Kunstwerk (Baden-Baden) in 1968

Catalogue Raisonné: Cramer 96

Condition: Very good, with minor traces of age and slightly yellowed paper.

In stock

“Although I am primarily a sculptor, I’ve never separated my interest or appreciation of painting from sculpture”. – Henry Moore cited in “The Drawings of Henry Moore, Alan G. Wilkinson, New York & London, 1984.

“If an artist tries consciously to do something to others, it is to stretch their eyes, their thoughts, to something they would not see or feel if the artist had not done it. To do this, he has to stretch his own first.” – Henry Moore quoted in “Voices in an Artist’s Head”, Gyuri Hollosy, Xlibris Corporation, 2017.

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