Henry Moore (disambiguation)


Henry Moore (disambiguation)

Henry Moore (1898–1986) was a British sculptor and artist.

Henry Moore may also be:

* Sir Henry Moore, 1st Baronet (1713–1769), British colonial Governor of New York, Jamaica, etc
* Henry Moore (biographer) (1751–1844), English Wesleyan minister and biographer of John Wesley
* Henry Dunning Moore (1817–1887), United States Congressman from Pennsylvania
* Henry Moore (painter) (1831–1895), English painter
* Henry Ludwell Moore (1869–1958), American economist
* Henry E. Moore, American singing school master
* Sir Henry Ruthven Moore (1886–1978), British admiral

ee also

* Henry More (1614–1687), English philosopher
* Henry More (Jesuit), (1586–1661) English Jesuit
* Henry Moor (1809–1877), second Mayor of Melbourne


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