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Stylised seated figures of a man and a woman sat on a low bench, holding a baby between them. Originally the only one of four existing casts on open-air show in Great Britain. However, this work is now sited in the entrance hallway of Barclay Academy, Stevenage. It was cast at the Fiorini Foundry in London. It was Moore’s first large-scale commission after the war.




bronze & stone


H 154 x W 118 x D 70 cm

Accession number


Acquisition method

commissioned by Hertfordshire County Council

Work type



Barclay Secondary School


Barclay Secondary School

Listing status

Grade II (England and Wales)

Listing date



by appointment


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Located at

Barclay School, Walkern Road, Stevenage


Located in the school foyer.