Art: Maker of Images

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A work can have in it a pent-up energy, an intense life of its own, independent of the object it may represent. When a work has this powerful "vitality, we do not connect the word beauty with it. Beauty, in the later Greek or Renaissance sense, is not the aim in my sculpture. —Henry Moore

The studio is a small, skylit shed set amid four tranquil acres of Hertfordshire farm land, an hour north of London. Inside, workbenches are covered with old bones, sticks, water-smoothed pebbles, shells from the English coast...

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