F99-33/36 | Modern Art
Sculpture - English
Henry Spencer Moore
, b. Yorkshire, England
Bronze, ed. of 9
Gift of the Hall Family Foundation
Gallery Location: Donald J. Hall Sculpture Park
Henry Moore English, 1898-1986
Torso, 1967 Bronze
Torso is an ambiguous, organic abstraction that evokes human, animal and other natural forms. It is as much a portrayal of massive tree limbs as it is a rendition of the body. Moore said: "Trunks of trees are very human. A branch that comes out from the main trunk is like an arm coming out from a body."
Gift of the Hall Family Foundation F99-33/36
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