At Perry Green you can wander Moore’s own gardens peppered with his works of art.
You can look round the artist's restored home Hoglands, its flower garden, his studios and more than 70 acres of informal gardens and fields containing many of his monumental sculptures. The grounds also feature the Sheep Field Barn gallery with changing exhibitions, and the medieval Aisled Barn with a display of nine large colourful tapestries based on his drawings.
The Henry Moore Foundation's headquarters are here at Perry Green, and stores large collections of his work when they’re not being exhibited around the world. The collections include sculptures in stone, wood, plaster and bronze, drawings and sketchbooks, graphic work, and preparatory materials such as found objects and maquettes.
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