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Henry Moore – Two Piece Reclining Figure Number 5

Henry Moore – Two Piece Reclining Figure Number 5

Public art in London … it can be found everywhere, especially so in Central London and parks in the posher parts of town. Some of it is good … some of it aint quite so good and some pieces look like junk. Each to their own…

Whilst wandering around Kenwood House at Hampstead Heath the other day I stumbled upon a fantastic bronze sculpture by Henry Moore called ‘Two Piece Reclining Figure Number 5’. Moore is renowned for his abstract bronze sculptures, which can be found all over the world as public works of art.

Two Piece Reclining Figure Number 5 is an abstract sculpture of a woman. For an expert’s viewpoint on this wonderful bronze sculpture by Moore visit, Moore Outside – Two Piece Reclining Figure No.5, Kenwood House.

Henry Moore, ‘Two Piece Reclining Figure Number 5’ at Kenwood House in London is a beautiful bronze sculpture that is worth checking out if you are in the area … a real work of art in a truly beautiful setting. The sculpture is on loan from Tate Britain.