7 February 2001
Henry Moore (1898-1986)
Maquette for Reclining Figure
bronze with red brown patina
8¼in. (20.9cm.) long excluding the base
117/8in. (30 cm.) long including the base
Conceived and cast in 1957 in an edition of twelve with two artist's proofs.
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Ed. A. Bowness, Henry Moore: Sculpture and Drawings, London 1977, vol. 4, no. 413a (another cast illustrated p. 32).
The Frances and John L. Loeb Collection, London 1982, no. 48 (another cast illustrated).
The authenticity of this work has kindly been confirmed by the Henry Moore Foundation in a letter dated 23 January 2001.
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Please note that the Henry Moore Foundation has kindly confirmed the authenticity of this work in a letter dated 23 January 2001.
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