Bill Brandt (1904–1983) and Henry Moore (1898–1986) first met during the Second World War, when each produced images of civilians sheltering in the London Underground during the Blitz: Brandt’s photographs and Moore’s shelter drawings today rank among the iconic works in their oeuvres. A new richly illustrated book, Bill Brandt | Henry Moore, published by Yale Center for British Art in association with Yale University Press, begins with these wartime works and traces the parallel and intersecting paths of the two artists over the postwar decades. Brandt is revealed as a photographer attuned to the vitality of sculpture and the...
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