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Henry Moore Dissertation Prize Winner - Tatiana Parr

We are delighted to share news of alumna Tatiana Parr who has been awarded one of the Henry Moore Dissertation prizes for her BA dissertation in Art History from the University of Manchester.
23 Apr 2024
Written by Gemma Wise
Alumnae News

University of Manchester graduate Tatiana Parr has been awarded one of the Henry Moore Dissertation prizes for her BA dissertation in Art History titled ‘Harmony and Hostility: A Study of Ancient Ife’s Figural Sculptures c. 1100-1400 CE’. 

Tatiana’s dissertation considers the insight ancient life’s figurative sculptures provide into the complex warn-torn society they were made within.

The Henry Moore Foundation describe Tatiana’s work as being historically rigorous and extremely well researched, with a depth of knowledge strikingly impressive at undergraduate level.

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