Jeremy Lewison’s book on Henry Moore was published by Taschen. An introduction to the life and work of Britain’s foremost sculptor, in this book Lewison takes a fresh look at Moore’s oeuvre and offers a radical new interpretation.
Lewison suggests that Moore’s art was irremediably affected by his service in the First World War. The act of making art was Moore’s way of working through the trauma he suffered. This beautifully illustrated book is now available.