The connection of the human figure and landscape is the main subject of the sculptures of Henry Moore. Some of his abstract reclining figures can be characterised as 'human landscapes'. The source of his inspiration was always nature. While studying structures like pebbles, boulders, bones, mussels, trees and plants, Henry Moore developed his own principles of form and rhythm. From this unbounded variety in nature, the artist developed his ideas and unique feeling for organic form. This book gives a concentrated insight into the work of an artist defined by outstanding creative strength. Published on the occasion of the exhibition Henry Moore: Human Landscapes, at the Stadtische Galerie Wolfsburg, March to June 2004.