A new exhibition bringing together the most comprehensive selection of English artist Henry Moore's works is to go on display at Tate Britain.
More then 150 pieces including stone sculptures, wood carvings, bronzes and drawings will be on view.
The show explores the defining subjects of Moore's work including the reclining figure, the famous mother and child sculptures and drawings of London during the Blitz.
It also assembles the largest number of Moore's reclining figures, carved out of elm wood, ever to be brought together.
The exhibition, a collaboration between Tate Britain and the Art Gallery Of Ontario, Toronto, will be on display at the Linbury Galleries from 24 February until 8 August.
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