Barbara Hepworth Museum (St Ives) Reviews
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Dramatic, strong and opinionated, Barbara Hepworth was one of the most important figures in the development of abstract art in Britain. A close friend of Henry Moore and married to Ben Nicholson, she became famous for creating beautiful impressions of objects rather than exact representations, Hepworth did much to enlarge the language of sculpture, and this lovely little museum which nestles in the backstreets of St Ives in Cornwall is dedicated to remembering her achievements. Barbara Hepworth came to live in St Ives in 1939 and remained living and working in the Trewyn studios that are now the museum, for the rest of her life. The Trewyn studios provided the ... Read the complete review
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