Two versions of this exhibition of small bronzes, lithographs and enlarged back and white photographs were circulated by the British Council from 1955 until the early 1980s. The exhibitions were later updated with the addition of a series of photographic panels based on the Artist’s statements on sculpture and a facsimile set of Shelter Drawings

During the late 1950s the exhibitoin was shown in Africa, Europe, India, the Middle East and South America.

A catalogue, with an introduction by Philip James, a biography of the artist and selected writings by Henry Moore, was published by the British Council to accompany the exhibition. No ISBN number A further catalogue, with an essay entitled Henry Moore's Place in British Art by Sir Philip Hendy was also published.

The exhibition was shown in Argentina, Guyana, Sri Lanka, Ghana, Gibraltar, Jamaica, Kenya, Mauritius, Nigeria, Trinidad, Uganda (1955-1959); Australia, Austria. Bahamas; Canada (eastern Circuit), Chile, Colombia, Cyprus, Egypt, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India,  Iraq, Israel, Lebanon, Malaysia, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Sabah, Sarawak, Singapore, Spain, Turkey, Uruguay, Venezuela, Yugoslavia (1960-1969); Canada (western circuit), Denmark, Malawi, Malta, Norway, Sweden, Tanzania, Thailand, Zambia (1971-79.