Henry Moore & Reclining Figure, The arrangement of these three nude females recalls the traditional composition of ‘The Three Graces

Reclining Figure 1938 (LH 192) is a small sculpture by Henry Moore of an sinuous abstracted human figure. An enlarged version was made in 1984 for the Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation, Singapore. The resulting Large Reclining Figure (LH 192b) is some 9 metres (30 ft) long, making it the largest sculpture made by Moore.

Photograph courtesy of Leeds Museums and Galleries

Reclining Figure

Date 1938 cast 1938-46 Artwork Catalogue NumberLH 192 cast a Media bronze Dimensions32.4 cmOwnershipLeeds City Art Galleries, bequest 1991 Collections

‘The Three Nymphs’, Aristide Maillol, 1930–8, cast 1937–8 | Tatehttps://www.tate.org.uk › art › artworks › maillol-the-th…
‘. However, Maillol insisted that they were three nymphs …

The Three Nymphs, Aristide Maillol | Miahttp://collections.artsmia.org › art › the-three-nymphs-a…
His Three Nymphs recall the Three Graces of Greek mythology … which also contrasted with the vigorous intensity and drama of Rodin’s or Degas’ sculptures.

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