Stand-alone sketchbook

By ANNIE LARMON  |  August 4, 2010

This thorough survey allows for a clear view into the development of the characteristics and nuances that are strictly and distinctly Moore, as heads shrink and torsos inflate, figures become pierced or more undulating and less recognizable. While interesting as supportive material for his celebrated sculptures, these drawings are best viewed as works unto themselves.

"HENRY MOORE — THE DRAWINGS: WORKS ON PAPER FROM THE HENRY MOORE FAMILY COLLECTION" | through October 3 | at Bowdoin College Museum of Art, 9400 College Station, Brunswick | 207.725.3275

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