London, Browse and Darby, Works on Paper, March – April 1997;
Milan, Galleria Tega, Femmes sur papier: Part 2, May 1999 (illustrated in the exhibition catalogue, no. 48);
Woking, The Lightbox, 2D:3D – Discover the Art of Sculpture: Sculpture & Sculptors’ Drawings from The Ingram Collection, 1 February – 1 March 2008;
London, Sotheby’s, Sculpture and Sculptors’ Drawings from The Ingram Collection, 10 – 21 January 2011;
London, Pangolin London & Kings Place Gallery, Sculptors’ Drawings & Works On Paper, 31 August – 12 October 2012;
Woking, The Lightbox, Bodies! The Ingram Collection, 21 November 2015 – 31 January 2016
“Drawing from life keeps one visually fit – perhaps acts like water to a plant – and it lessens the danger of repeating oneself and getting into a formula.” Henry Moore’s drawings constitute a significant part of his output across a career lasting over 70 years. His subject matter was usually an abstraction of the human form, the primary recurring motif being the reclining figure. His preparatory studies for his sculptures often offered an insight into how his sculptures took shape. They show his skill as a draughtsman and are a product of the pleasure he described as the act of “looking more intently and intensely”.