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Henry Moore Knife Edge - Two Piece (1962) bronze, opposite the House of Lords, London.

Later Moore discussed the positioning of this sculpture, saying

When I was offered the site near the House of Lords... I liked the place so much that I didn't bother to go and see an alternative site in Hyde Park — one lonely sculpture can be lost in a large park. The House of Lords site is quite different. It is next to a path where people walk and it has a few seats where they can sit and contemplate it.

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See also

  • en:Image:Knife Edge - Two Piece - Henry Moore 1962 - Westminster - London 240404.jpg

Keywords: Henry Moore, sculpture, abstract, bronze, Westminster London

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