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Henry Moore’s Hill Arches
Henry Moore’s Hill Arches

Origin

Henry Moore

Type

Sculpture

Effects

Teleportation

Downsides

None Identified

Activation

Moving through the curved arches

Collected by

Warehouse 13 Agents

Section

Mov-2612

Date of Collection

12/25/2014

[Source]


OriginEdit

Henry Spencer Moore (1898 – 1986) was an Anglo-Irish sculptor and artist best known for his semi-abstract monumental bronze sculptures located all over the world. In the aftermath of World War Two, Moore's signature form came out as a reclining figure moving forwards to increasing abstractions towards the experimentation with the elements of design.

Even though his work influenced many great sculptors, they were frequently subjected to vandalism. Almost all of his damaged works had an image of a bull skull left behind. Afraid of seeing another piece destroyed, Hill Arches was removed from a high security and free museum to still be publicly viewed, but more secure. However during transit the truck was hijacked and the piece stolen.

EffectsEdit

Thinking of another one of Moore’s sculptures and stepping through teleports you where the other piece is located. Any objects brought across the threshold with the users also travel with them.

CollectionEdit

Looking into locating the piece, Agents discovered it was stolen because the Bull Skull Group discovered it was an artifact. The goal of the BSG was to use the artifact to leave through The Arch, located in Hyde Park, London, and transport a large amount of explosives. Their attempt was to blow up either Kensington or Buckingham Palace, whichever they could get to. Luckily Warehouse 13 Agents were able to retrieve the artifact and prevent any attacks.

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