Henry Moore Carving a Reputation Part Two: 1945-1986 (1998)

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Concluding a two-part examination of the life and work of sculptor Henry Moore. The story of how Moore's sculpture caught the spirit of the times in the aftermath of World War Two, and how his status and reputation were confirmed. Contributors include artist and friend Patrick Heron; sculptors Anthony Caro, Peter Randall-Page and Phillip King; and IM Pei, architect of the Louvre Pyramid in Paris, who talks for the first time on British television about his working relationship with Moore.

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