While I was wandering about Edinburgh last month I stumbled on two Henry Moores which had been deposited around the Modern Art gallery. The first round the front is of a reclining figure from 1951.
Round the back is another reclining figure made almost a decade later in 1960. Looks like it's been a hard few years for the old Henry now in his 60s, the smooth line of youth above gone and gnarly old age seem to have taken over.
After discovering that the Glenkiln reclining figure for the year before was made of fibreglass, I suspect that this one might be too. It is just possible with the extra disposable income from his old age pension that he would receive in 1963 he would get swept up in the flavour of the decade and flower power and that somewhere there is a 1970 reclining figure made of chrysanthemums and daisies.