A Council in London has voted to sell off a twenty million pound Henry Moore sculpture - prompting fierce opposition from artists in Yorkshire - seen as Old Flo's spiritual home. Castleford-born Henry Moore sold the work to the old London County Council in the Sixties for £6,000.
But now Tower Hamlets Council want to cash in on the Drape Seated Woman. Chris Kiddey reports.
A sculpture sold at cut-price to Tower Hamlets Council by the Castleford artist Henry Moore is to be sold - despite widespread opposition.
A campaign has been launched to keep a valuable Henry Moore statue in Yorkshire. It belongs to a council in London who want to sell it.