An exhibition of 80 prints selected by David Mitchinson, Curator at the Henry Moore Foundation, and Ann Elliot, curator, British Council. The works were drawn from Henry Moore's gift of some of his finest prints given to the British Council to mark its fiftieth anniversary in 1984. The exhibition demonstrated Moore's development as an artist throughout a period of 30 years. Some of his graphic images related directly to specific sculpture, as Mitchinson indicated in his catalogue essay, but all exemplified in manifold ways Moore's central concerns as an artist.
The accompanying catalogue included an essay on Moore's life and graphic work and a selected bibliography (ISBN 0 86355 066 5).
For the showing in Malaysia four small bronze sculptures on loan from the Foundation and three maquettes from the British Council collection were added to the exhibition. A separate catalogue was published to include these works.
For the Russian venues a leaflet, with an edited version of Mitchinson's essay, was published by the British Council (Russian only)