...and a handful of relative Henry Moore quotes.
'It is a mistake for a sculptor or a painter to speak or write very often about his job. It releases tension needed for his work.'
'Art is not to do with the practical side of making a living. It's to live a fuller human life.'
'The important thing is somehow to begin.'
'I sometimes begin a drawing with no preconceived problem to solve, with only the desire to use pencil on paper... but as my eye takes in what is so produced, a point arrives where some idea crystallizes, and then a control and ordering begins to take place.'
'I find in all the artists that I admire most a disturbing element, a distortion, giving evidence of a struggle... In great art, this conflict is hidden, it is unresolved. All that is bursting with energy is disturbing – not perfect.'