Moore tended to find inspiration for his work in natural forms. Although cast in plaster, Moore’s sculpture has the appearance of a pebble or piece of worn bone, an indefinable organic form that takes on the identity of some hybrid animal. The ghostly, grotesque quality of Animal Head, common to certain of Moore’s other works, carries connotations of decay and mortality.
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|Dimension||270 x 216 x 395 mm|
|Credit||Presented by the artist 1978|
This model printed out very nicely. It does require supports so be prepared to remove them post printing.