The Arts Council’s rich holdings of Henry Moore’s work give an overview of the artist’s practice between 1929 and 1962.

Moore himself had a major hand in shaping the content of the Arts Council’s sculpture collection in the post-war period, pushing for the acceptance of Lynn Chadwick, Barbara Hepworth and others. His output is also well represented, with 11 sculptures and 15 works on paper. This exhibition brings these works together for public display for the first time.

Victoria Art Gallery

Pulteney Bridge, Bath, Somerset, BA2 4AT

01225 477233

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Daily, 10.30am–5pm Closed 25, 26 Dec & 1 Jan

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