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A Sculptor's Landscape

UK, 1958 (MIFF 1959, Programme 17)

Director: John Read

A film which shows the work of Henry Moore, from his drawings to his sculptures, with particular reference to his latest and most important work, the reclining figure for the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris.

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