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Moore's work on display
A Henry Moore print. Copyright: Henry Moore Foundation. Used with permission
Moore produced more than 6,000 prints (Henry Moore Foundation)
Two major exhibitions of the works of sculptor Henry Moore have been announced.

The first touring exhibition of his prints for 20 years is coming to Diss in Norfolk from 12 April, while a collection of his smaller works are now on display at his former home in Hertfordshire.

Both exhibitions are being supported by The Henry Moore Foundation which is based at Moore's former home at Perry Green, Much Hadham, Hertfordshire.

The tour titled "Moore: The Graphics" will include 50 of his prints and graphic art from the 1930s to the 1970s.

The prints were chosen by the foundation's curator Anita Feldman Bennet from more than 6,000 prints held at Perry Green.

A sculpture by Henry Moore
Henry Moore produced both large and small works

They will be on display at Wingfield Arts in Diss until 22 June and then will go on tour to Falmouth, Salisbury, Wakefield, Conwy and Letterkenny.

An exhibition of works at the Sheep Field Barn Gallery at his former home has been titled: Imaginary Landscapes.

It includes a number of works smaller than the type of huge scuptures he is often associated with.

The display includes Stone Maze, a 1977 table-top plaster labyrinth inspired by the look of bones.

  • The Henry Moore Foundation is based at Dane Tree House, Perry Green, Much Hadham Hertfordshire, SG10 6EE. Telephone (office hours Monday to Friday): 01279 843333.

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