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Henry Moore - Forte Dei Marmi, Querceta and Perry Green 

Henry Moore and his wife Irina in Forte Dei Marmi, Italy.

In Italy I met Henry Moore and his wife Irina for the first time. It was on a Sunday morning, drinking a cappuccino on a terrace in Forte dei Marmi.

The summer house, in Forte Dei Marmi, of Henry Moore.

The second time I met them in their summer house in the same town.

Henry Moore sculptures being made at Henraux in Querceta, Italy.

At Henraux in Querceta various stone sculptures were being made for Henry Moore.

Henry Moore studios at his home, Hoglands, in the hamlet of Perry Green in Much Hadham.

In 1976 I visited his studios at their home, Hoglands, in the hamlet of Perry Green in Much Hadham.

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Henry Moore Italy 1970
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