Shelter drawing, 1940-41  by Henry Moore (English 1898-1986)

Four sleeping figures in a shelter with a notice on the wall, on a leaf from ‘The Shelter Sketchbook’. Henry Moore, (via British Museum)

Ideas for Sculpture (recto) HM

Ideas for Sculpture (recto), circa 1939 Crayon, charcoal, wax crayon and ink on paper. © The Henry Moore Foundation Courtesy Henry Moore Family Collection and Hauser & Wirth . Ideas for Sculpture (recto)

Henry Moore

Seated Figure On Bench (a double sided drawing), double-sided drawing with pencil, pastel and x 9 inches, Henry Moore

Henry Moore

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Henry Moore

Seated Woman, 1948 Pencil, wax crayon, coloured crayon, watercolour wash and chalk on paper. © The Henry Moore Foundation Courtesy Henry Moore Family Collection and Hauser & Wirth Seated Woman

Henry Moore, Women in a Shelter, watercolour, pen, crayon, pencil, 1941 Moore was painting in London during the war and produced his monumental series of sketches and drawings of figures in the Underground and shelters who were taking refuge from the night time bombing.

Henry Moore Drawing crowds in tube stations during the blitz. This picture is very interesting because it is to do with history and has been drawn in an old looking way with the colours that have been used.

Henry Moore, British (Castleford, England, 1898 - 1986, Much Hadham, England)   Family Group, ca. 1943-1944  drawing | watercolor, ink, crayon, graphite, and wax on paper

People, Place and Techniques: Henry Moore Family Group drawing, watercolor, ink, crayon - materials mixed together

The Tilbury Shelter in Stepney by Henry Moore, 1941

Artwork page for ‘Shelterers in the Tube’, Henry Moore OM, CH, 1941 on display at Tate Britain.

Henry Moore OM, CH ‘Three Sculpture Motives’, 1970–3 © The Henry Moore Foundation, All Rights Reserved, DACS 2014

Artwork page for ‘Three Sculpture Motives’, Henry Moore OM, CH,