Ben Wilson’s load-carrying “Donky Bicycle” (sic) has been nominated for a Designs of the Year award © John Selby
Art Moore Rodin The Henry Moore Foundation, Hertfordshire, from 29th March
When Rodin died in 1917, Henry Moore was 19, fighting in the trenches in France. They had never met. But when Moore took up an ex-serviceman’s grant to study sculpture at Leeds, Rodin was an inescapable influence. As he matured, Moore grew increasingly to respect Rodin’s achievement, “especially his wonderful sense of the human figure,” as he once…
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