Moore's 'Old Flo' back in London

October 26 2017

Image of Moore's 'Old Flo' back in London

Picture: Guardian

Henry Moore's sculpture 'Old Flo', which had been at the centre of a years long deaccession dispute, has returned to public display in London. The sculpture's owners, the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, had at one point attempted to sell her for up to £20m. But as Maev Kennedy reports in The Guardian, a new mayor, John Biggs, saw sense, and stopped the sale. Old Flo is now on display in Canary Wharf. Bravo John Biggs!

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