Osborne Samuel, one of the world’s leading dealers in the work of Henry Moore (1898-1986), will present the first major show of the artist’s works since the 2010 exhibition at Tate Britain. The exhibition will include several important early works which have never been seen before in public. Henry Moore: Sculpture and Drawings will centre on the personal collection of Henry Moore’s sister Elizabeth (Betty) Howarth, which is being shown for the first time. The collection includes sculpture and drawings given to her by Moore as gifts in the 1920s and 30s, and includes rare gems such as an exquisite drawing and cast concrete sculpture of Betty’s son Peter as a baby. The collection also contains works which are amongst the very earliest of all known works by the artist, such as two remarkable early academic drawings which emphasise Moore’s prodigious talent, made in his teenage years when he was a studen

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