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Henry Moore in the Country Park. Reproduced by Permission of The Henry Moore Foundation | © Jonty Wilde/Courtesy of YSP
Henry Moore in the Country Park. Reproduced by Permission of The Henry Moore Foundation | © Jonty Wilde/Courtesy of YSP
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Discover the Beauty of Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Picture of Freire Barnes
Art & Design Editor
Updated: 1 November 2017
The Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) is an enormous 500-acre open air gallery that truly highlights the beautiful relationship between art and nature.

Where better to explore stunning English countryside and discover monumental sculpture than at Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Whether you’re a Henry Moore fan or enjoy whiling away your time in a James Turell contemplative light installation, YSP is the ideal location for an art day trip. As these photographs reveal, who needs white-walled galleries when you have such verdant landscape.

Henry Moore in the Country Park

Jaume Plensa, Wilsis, 2016

Jaume Plensa, Wilsis, 2016
Jaume Plensa, Wilsis, 2016 | Courtesy the artist and YSP. Photo © Jonty Wilde

Henry Moore, Three Piece Reclining Figure No 1, 1961-2

Anthony Caro, Promenade, 1996

Anthony Caro, Promenade, 1996
Anthony Caro, Promenade, 1996 | © Jonty Wilde/Courtesy of the artist's estate and YSP

Barbara Hepworth, Square with Two Circles, 1963

Ai Weiwei, Circle of Animals / Zodiac Heads (detail), 2010

Ai Weiwei, Circle of Animals / Zodiac Heads (detail), 2010
Ai Weiwei, Circle of Animals / Zodiac Heads (detail), 2010 | Photo Charlotte Graham / Guzelian

Helen Escobedo, Summer Fields, 2008

Michael Zwingmann, Invasion, 1999

James Turrell, Skyspace in the Deer Shelter, 2006

Zak Ové, Black and Blue The Invisible Man and the Masque of Blackness, 2016-17

Zak Ové, Black and Blue The Invisible Man and the Masque of Blackness, 2016-17
Zak Ové, Black and Blue The Invisible Man and the Masque of Blackness, 2016-17 | Courtesy the artist, Vigo Gallery and YSP

David Nash, Seventy-one Steps, 2010

Henry Moore, Draped Seated Woman, 1957-58

Yorkshire Sculpture Park, West Bretton, Wakefield, WF4 4LG. Tel: +44 (0) 1924 832631

Want to see more at Yorkshire Sculpture Park? Zak Ové’s installation is on view until 2018.