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Reclining figure

Harry Kurnitz

Reclining figure

play in three acts.

by Harry Kurnitz

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Published by Dramatists Play Service in [New York] .
Written in English


Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3521.U723 R43 1955
The Physical Object
Pagination 72 p.
Number of Pages72
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6191633M
LC Control Number55056896
OCLC/WorldCa1921127

Define reclining. reclining synonyms, reclining pronunciation, reclining translation, English dictionary definition of reclining. v. reclined, reclining, reclines v. intr. 1. [figure, nude] → allongé(e Poor Lady Verinder (reclining thoughtlessly on her own sofa cushions) glanced at the book, and handed it back to me looking.   During this period he also visited Paris, took advantage of the timed-sketching classes at the Académie Colarossi, and viewed, in the Trocadero, a plaster cast of a Toltec-Maya sculptural form, the Chac Mool, previously seen in book illustrations. The reclining figure was to have a profound effect upon Moore's work, becoming the primary motif Views: K.

Henry Moore (British, ) Three Reclining Figures, Signed Lithograph 16 x 12 2/ Henry Moore ( - ), born in Castleford, Yorkshire, is the outstanding British sculptor of the midth ing Figure' () is one of Henry Moore's earliest sculptural.

His forms are usually abstractions of the human figure, typically depicting mother-and-child or reclining figures. Moore's works are usually suggestive of the female body, apart from a phase in the s when he sculpted family groups. Travel Information. FREE CITY BUS The gallery is on the FreeCityBus route operated Monday – Saturday between am and 3pm. The gallery is miles from Wakefield Kirkgate train station (approximately 8 minutes walk) and 1 mile from Westgate train .


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The digit and digit formats both work. Format: Paperback. Reclining Figure book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. Reclining Figure Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Unknown Binding "Please retry" — — $ The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more.

Manufacturer: Paperback Library. Reclining Figure –70 (LH ) is a bronze sculpture by English artist Henry Moore. Reclining figure book. Inspired by the shape of a piece of flint, Moore created a maquette for the sculpture in plaster which was cast in an edition of small bronzes, some 15 centimetres ( in) long.

The maquette was used to create a full-size version in polystyrene Artist: Henry Moore. Moore's own Reclining Figure is emblematic of the influence of non-Western art on his earliest work, something that came to him in part though Roger Fry's book Vision and Design.

The figure is also one of the earliest instances of Moore's use of the reclining figure, a motif that would be central to his mature style. Reclining Figure is the original plaster sculpture from which a bronze cast was made for the Festival of Britain in The making of the piece was recorded Reclining figure book a pioneering documentary on Moore made by John Read for the BBC that year.

The plaster sculpture remained in Moore’s possession until when it was included in the artist’s gift of thirty-six. Genre/Form: Drama Fiction Comedies Plays: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kurnitz, Harry.

Reclining figure. New York, Random House [©] (OCoLC) Happy 5-Piece Dual-Power Reclining Sectional with Chaise and 2 Reclining Seats. More Options Available: Color, Orientation. $3, $2, after 15% Off. Revel 5-Piece Dual-Power Reclining Sectional with 3 Reclining Seats.

$2, $2, after 15% Off. Vince 7-Piece Dual-Power Reclining Sectional with 3 Reclining Seats. Oct 8, - Explore fcrum's board "reclining figure", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Art, Artist and Illustration art pins.

Genre/Form: Fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kurnitz, Harry. Reclining figure. New York: Random House, © (OCoLC) Named Person. The Large Reclining Figure is a sculpture - a flexuous-abstract-human figure, built by Henry Moore.

Perceived mostly in a human form, the figure has a notch at the head that resembles a widely divided hoof. It is then followed by a narrowed torso with a suspended bosom/5.

Reclining Figure of is Henry Moore’s definitive, culminating statement of this recumbent pose, restful but animated with anticipation, which had fascinated him for nearly sixty years.

Inwhile a student in London, Moore purchased a recently published German book on Mexican art, and was immediately drawn to an illustration of the. Reclining Figure (Lincoln Center) –5 (LH ) is a statue by Henry original two-part bronze statue of a human figure was commissioned for the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City, where it has been displayed outdoors since in a pool of water to the north of the new Metropolitan Opera copies in plaster or bronze exist, and are.

This Reclining Figure ofmeasuring 11¼ feet ( in./ cm.), is length-wise the largest single-piece sculpture on this theme that Moore ever created and had cast in bronze.

There are, of course, monumental sculptures comprised of two, three and four pieces that are even larger (e.g., Lund Humphries, nos. and ; figs. 1 and 2), and the largest.

It’s been nine months since Henry Moore’s Reclining Figure,was installed on the Morningside campus on the lawn outside Havemeyer and Mathematics response has been so positive since the installation last December. The statue’s new home in a green space likely would have pleased Moore, who preferred that his sculpture was viewed.

One of Henry Moore's dominant themes was the human figure in repose, sometimes seated but more commonly reclining. The reclining figures, which he began sculpting inwere inspired by pre-Columbian Chacmool sculptures of Yucatan rain deities: they are also related to the sculptures from the east pediment of the Parthenon that Moore studied in the British Museum.

Book Description: The figure of a woman reclining, in repose, displayed, abandoned, fallen, asleep, or dreaming, returns in the work of women filmmakers and photographers in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

Two Piece Reclining Figure No.9 was made in and comprises two bronze forms positioned on a bronze base that together may be understood to represent a reclining human figure (fig.1). The tallest section appears to represent the head and torso, while the longer, horizontal piece denotes the legs.

Reclining Figure, like the majority of Moore’s public works in cities around the world, is based on the human figure—usually standing, sitting, or most often, reclining on a other sculptor’s imagination was more manifestly connected to his past than Moore’s. His work consistently refers to women like his mother, a stalwart matriarch from a mining town who always nurtured and.

Photo by Jo-Ann Conklin Henry Moore Reclining Figure No. 2 — Bridge Prop, Bronze Edition of 6, LH L. 99" Installed on the Main Green. Renowned sculptor Henry Moore’s Reclining Figure No. 2 — Bridge Prop (also known as Three Piece Reclining Figure), installed on the Main Green, is an exploration of the body through the interconnectedness of its various.

Henry Moore: the reclining figure. Henry Moore. Columbus Museum of Art, - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. the reclining figure: Author: Henry Moore: Contributor: Columbus Museum of Art: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Columbus.His eight-foot bronze, Reclining Figure: Festival () sold for a record £ million at Christie's, making him the second most expensive 20th-century British artist after Francis Bacon.

Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.Artist: Henry Moore (British, Castleford – Much Hadham). Date: – Medium: Bronze. Dimensions: 15 1/2 x 23 1/2 x 12 1/2 in. ( x x.