PAINTING is an illusionistic art, a substitute for reality, and should be seen indoors," says Britain's famed Sculptor Henry Moore. "Sculpture can be at home out of doors because it is real, real as a tree."

Suiting action to words, Henry Moore works in the open and keeps his works out of doors. At 59, Moore is the first native-born British sculptor ever to achieve so exalted an international reputation.* To his white-walled, red-roofed house on the outskirts of Much Hadham in Hertfordshire, about 30 miles north of London, come visitors of all nations...

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