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The Archetypal World of Henry Moore (Bollingen)

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Hardcover, 200 pages
Published March 1st 1985 by Princeton University Press (first published 1985)
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May 02, 2008 Patrick\ rated it really liked it
Shelves: art
Nuemann tries to explain Moore's aesthetic, chronologically with minimnal text and lots of B&W pics. Moore is a modern favorite (along with Giacometti)in the figurative realm of sculpture. If you ever get a chance to slip your hand along one of Moore's wood reclinging nudes, do it. The earlier the piece, the better. Some of Moore's very late works have slipped too far into the abstract for a deep emotional response from me, but then we all have our own tastes, eh?
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Erich Neumann was a psychologist, writer, and one of Carl Jung's most gifted students.
Neumann received his Ph.D. from the University of Berlin in 1927. He practiced analytical psychology in Tel Aviv from 1934 until his death in 1960. For many years, he regularly returned to Zürich, Switzerland to give lectures at the C. G. Jung Institute. He also lectured frequently in England, France and the Neth
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