Elm surpassed stone in the formal possibilities it offered the sculptor.The large 1939 piece, in particular, with its multiple hollows, demonstrates the development of Moore’s carving and his aspiration to bring space and form into equilibrium.Before the spread of Dutch Elm Disease, Elmwood was the largest and most common tree species native to Britain.The timber has a wide grain, which suited Moore’s larger carvings.
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