Learn about secrets of Henry Moore Second World War drawings at Sainsbury Centre
- Credit: PETE HUGGINS
Art lovers will be able to learn about the drawings of celebrated sculptor Henry Moore at a celebrated Norwich gallery.
The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts on the University of East Anglia campus is holding a series of events based on Henry Moore's shelter drawings on Sunday, March 5.
It is part of artistic activities which are happening at the visitor attraction one Sunday a month inspired by the Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Collection.
The event on March 5 is taking place from 2-4pm and costs £6 or £4 for concessions.
It is based around Henry Moore's drawings completed during the Blitz in London.
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The session will consider Moore's representations of war, his personal and political feelings about the conflict, and the profound impact the drawings had on his later work.
Advanced booking is advisable and for more information or to book a place visit www.scva.ac.uk or call 01603 593199.
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