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During the Blitzkrieg of London in the early 1940s, Moore executed numerous drawings of people waiting out the bombings in the London Underground that reflected his deep-seated concern for the human situation.  These drawings are now known as Moore’s shelter drawings.  After this his success exploded in 1941, when he was appointed member of the board of " The Tate Gallery ". http://www.rollins.edu/cfam/pages/collection/moore.html

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