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Norwich Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts Henry Moore Mother with Child
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Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich.

The centre is a free to enter museum, the building designed by Foster Associates houses the Sainsbury Collection which includes this instantly recognisable stone sculpture.  The fact that you can approach this masterpiece and study it in relative peace and quiet is amazing in this crowded and bustling world of ours.

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