"The one-hundredth anniversary of Henry Moore's birth falls in 1998. This book is both the official Moore centennial publication and a celebration of the Henry Moore Foundation's Collection - the most important and comprehensive single group of Moore's work in all media : drawings, graphics and sculpture. Celebrating Moore is the biggest single volume to be produced on the artists' oeuvre, reproducing in full colour over 200 of his most important works. Extended captions have been contribution by a range of distinguished artists, art critics and art historians - those who knew Moore or have previously written about him. Their detailed analysis of so many of Moore's sculpture and drawings adds significantly to the understanding of his work." -- from interior flap. Compiled by David Mitchinson, with an introduction by Alan Bowness, and further written contributions by Julian Andrews, Roger Berthoud, Giovanni Caradente, Frances Carey, Anthony Caro, David Cohen, Susan Compton, Richard Cork, Penelope Curtis, Deborah Emont-Scott, Anita Feldman Bennet, Terry Friedman, Gail Gelburd, Clare Hillman, Phillip King, Christa Lichtenstern, Norbert Lynton, Bernard Meadows, Peter Murray, William Packer, John Read, Reinhard Rudolph, Julian Stallabrass, Julie Summers, and Alan Wilkinson. Includes exhibition history, bibliography, index of works, and a general index.