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Tapestry: Henry Moore & West Dean

Tapestry: Henry Moore & West Dean

[catalogue of] an exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum, 15th July-25th August 1980.

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  • Moore, Henry, -- 1898-1986.

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    ContributionsVictoria and Albert Museum.
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    Open LibraryOL14146364M

    This tapestry was lent for a period of three months to the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London to celebrate the opening of the Centre by Her Majesty the Queen in June The Three Fates tapestry is from a drawing by Henry Moore. Size x m. Commission: Woven for West Dean Tapestry . Dealers in out-of-print and rare books, specialising in New Zealand books.

    West Dean Tapestry Studio, –, – After two years of post-graduate study in Poland, working quite experimentally and with new materials and influences, I returned to the UK just when West Dean Tapestry Studio was recruiting weavers. I needed a job after seven years of studying, so I applied and was granted an interview. John Walter Atherton Hussey (15 May – 25 July ) was an English priest of the Church of England who had a great fondness for the arts, commissioning a number of musical compositions and visual art for the church as well as amassing his own collection.. Biography. Walter Hussey, as he was known, was born on 15 May in Northampton, the younger son of Canon John Rowden Hussey .

    Pat’s involvement with West Dean’s Professional Tapestry Studio included commissioned projects, such as for Portcullis House in Westminster, as well as collaborations with prominent artists, Henry Moore, John Piper, Howard Hodgkin and John Aitken.   West Dean Tapestry Studio has history in this regard, having opened as a commercial workshop in with a commission from Mary Moore to produce a piece from a drawing by her father, the artist and sculptor Henry Moore.


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Tapestry-Henry Moore & West DeanAuthor: Editor. Get this from a library. Tapestry: Henry Moore & West Dean: an exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum, 15th Julyth August [Henry Moore; Edward James. Henry Moore Foundation, - Art - pages 0 Reviews Henry Moore, renowned throughout the world for his sculpture and drawings, was one of the few modern artists to extend his work into the.

Henry Moore, renowned throughout the world for his sculpture and drawings, was one of the few modern artists to extend his work into the realm of tapestry. Working closely with the Tapestry Studio at West Dean, Moore authorized a series of tapestries based on his drawings.

Working closely with the Tapestry Studio at West Dean College, Kent, Moore authorised a series of works based on his drawings. The brilliance of the drawings is confirmed in their transition into large tapestries, seven or eight times the size of the original.

Buy Tapestry: Henry Moore and West Dean by Edwin Mullins (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Edwin Mullins. Buy Tapestry: Henry Moore & West Dean by (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. The Henry Moore Tapestries A spiritual expression of a lifetime’s work Between and Henry Moore’s death in a talented team at West Dean College collaborated with the artist to interpret and hand weave 23 large tapestries from his drawings.

Moore kept 10 of these. You are invited to view West Dean Tapestry Studio and meet the weavers at our open Studios on Wednesdays pm. Groups are asked to book in advance please. Please phone the Studio beforehand to make appointments and check that it will be open, on or Description Published in association with Lund Humphries, London.

Distributed in the USA by Antique Collectors' Club. Paperback edition of book first published. Inspired by the results of a sample weaving worked from a watercolour drawing selected by the artist's daughter Mary, Henry Moore commissioned the West Dean Weavers to make a further seven tapestries from seven selected water colour drawings, all of which were drawn in Tapestry: Moore, Henry & Dean, West: Books - Skip to main Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart.

Books Author: West Moore, Henry & Dean. These will be shown alongside other work by West Dean Tapestry Studio, a tapestry by Henry Moore and an installation explaining how a Tracey Emin painting was translated into tapestry.

The tapestries for Stirling Castle are one of the biggest weaving projects to be undertaken in Britain for two centuries and were woven by the West Dean Tapestry.

Tapestry Studio. The West Dean Tapestry Studio was established in to provide high-level craft-based programmes in woven tapestry, one of only a very small number of such studios worldwide.

Their first major commission were The Henry Moore Tapestries. It took three West Dean weavers, Caron Penney, Katharine Swailes and Jo Howard, a total of 16, working hours to complete this one tapestry over three and a half years.

Tracy Chevalier, whose book Girl with a Pearl Earring was turned into an award-winning film, visited West Dean whilst researching her novel The Lady and the Unicorn. Dean Alford on Disestablishme nt by Henry Alford (English) Hardcover Book Free Sh.

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Artists Meet Their Makers: Contemporary art re-interpreted by West Dean Tapestry Studio' will take place at The Craft Study Centre in Farnham from 1 April Julyand will include works by Henry Moore, Basil Beattie, Michael Brennand-Wood and Tracey Emin.

Learn more about the Tapestry Symposium speakers. View the Tapestry Symposium timetable. Description: Henry Moore, renowned throughout the world for his sculpture and drawings, was one of the few modern artists to extend his work into the realm of g closely with the Tapestry Studio at West Dean, Moore authorized a series of tapestries based on his drawings.

The brilliance of the drawings is confirmed in their. - Explore The's board "Henry Moore tapestries" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Henry moore, Moore, Tapestry pins. Tapestry: A Woven Narrative initially focuses on European tapestry and features significant historical images derived from extensive international tapestry collections.

The book addresses the developing status of historical factory houses, the differing roles of tapestry artists and manufacturers, discusses how these roles have changed over time and looks in further detail at the socio-historical context of .Her mentor Rosemary Brambley with fellow weavers worked on Henry Moore’s tapestries at West Dean, UK, and ignited a passion in Jean that burns as brightly today.

A member of The Guild of Designer Craftsman, Northamptonshire these avant-garde weavers, silversmiths, ceramicists, and cabinet makers exhibited in England and Sweden. Shelves: owned-books, woven-tapestry Beautiful, lush coffee-table-style book - showcases works from the three big tapestry studios in the world - the Australian Tapestry Workshop, Dovecot Studios and West Dean Tapestry Studio, as well as /5(1).