Large Reclining Figure
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This sculpture blurs the line between abstraction and figuration. It is made by the famous sculptor, Henry Moore, whose work often features suggestive female figures in recline. Utilising the play between positive and negative space, Moore distorts what looks to be a female figure, reducing it to a fluid form that reclines in quiet contemplation by the water. Measuring over 10 metres in length, it is one of the largest sculptures that Moore has ever created.

Artist: Henry Moore
Material: Bronze
Year: 1938