Artwork Type Drawings. Henry Moore: Complete Drawings, Volume 3, 1940-49; edited by Ann GARROULD. Date 1941. "When you don't give me love, You gave me Pale shelter, You don't give me love, You give me cold hands..." Again this sort of references the entire first part- God just puts us on Earth and puts the burden of "free will" on our heads, leaving us feeling alone and without real guidance. Medium pencil, wax crayon, coloured crayon, watercolour, wash, pen and ink. Studies for 'Tube Shelter Scene' and 'Figure in a Shelter', Shelter Scene: Swathed Figures with Children, Study for 'Two Scenes of London Tube Shelter Life'. Dimensions frame: 479 x 628 x 31 mm. Pale Shelter Scene. A deep and intimate record, a collection of songs about childhood traumas. unsigned, undated; Collections. Henry Moore, Volume One: Sculpture and Drawings 1921-1948: 4th edition, edited by David SYLVESTER, with an introduction by Herbert READ. My sleeve has a gold stamped PST in the upper right corner of the back. Pale Shelter (You Don't Give Me Love) + Mad World (World Remix), Pale Shelter (You Don't Give Me Love), 12", Single, idea 212, Pale Shelter (You Don't Give Me Love), 7", SOV 2328, Pale Shelter (You Don't Give Me Love), 12", RE, idea 212, Cold Shelter (You Don't Give Me Love), 12", Advance, Single, IDEA 212, Pale Shelter (You Don't Give Me Love) + Mad World (World Remix), 2x7", Single, Ltd, SOV 2328, SOVD 2328. The lead out is etched with "Bilbo. Henry Moore: Complete Drawings, Volume 3, 1940-49; edited by Ann GARROULD. Henry Moore; translated by Geoffrey SKELDING. Studies for 'Tube Shelter Scene' and 'Figure in a Shelter', Study for 'Two Scenes of London Tube Shelter Life', Study for 'Shelter Scene': Three Groups of Sleeping Figures, Study for 'Shelter Scene: Bunks and Sleepers', Shelter Scene: Swathed Figures with Children. Ownership Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut: Gift of George E. Dix, B. Henry Moore: Sculpture and Drawings: 3rd edition, with an introduction by Herbert READ. Henry Moore Catalogue Raisonné: 1940-1949; Henry … Object number HMF 1656. Study for 'Group of Seated and Reclining Figures' and 'Sleeping Figures in Tube Shelter', pencil, wax crayon, coloured crayon, watercolour, wash, pen and ink, The Henry Moore Foundation: gift of Irina Moore 1977, Framed / mounted with/Framed / mounted with, Henry Moore Catalogue Raisonné: 1940-1949, 2011 Perry Green, Henry Moore Foundation, Henry Moore: Plasters, 1999 Recklinghausen, Kunsthalle, Henry Moore, 2010-11 Paris, Musée Rodin, Henry Moore: L’atelier, 2012-13 London, The Museum of London Docklands, Henry Moore and the East End. Study for 'Pale Shelter Scene' Date 1940-41. Release and reissues "Pale Shelter" was initially released in 1982 as a United Kingdom-only single in both 7" and 12" formats. The record it self is in mint condition though, and arrived in good time, must learn to read the advert more as it does state "record may vary from the item shown, well this one certainly did! Collections . Their 2nd single, released 29 March 1982. A. Ownership The Trustees of the Tate Gallery, London: presented by the War Artists' Advisory Committee 1946. The beige sleeve misses out the 1st (extended) track in the track listing on the back, I have a very similar 12" single which uses the lyric "Cold" Shelter and not Pale Shelter. Object number HMF 1794. Medium pencil, wax crayon, coloured crayon, watercolour, wash, pen and ink. pencil, wax crayon, coloured crayon, watercolour, wash, pen and ink, The Trustees of the Tate Gallery, London: presented by the War Artists' Advisory Committee 1946, Henry Moore Catalogue Raisonné: 1940-1949. 1934, M. A. 1942, 1973 A record that I keep in my short list of masterpieces to eventually bring on a desert island or another world. Dimensions paper: 483 x 432 mm. One of Tears for Fears' oldest songs, "Pale Shelter" (along with "Suffer The Children") was originally recorded for the duo's first demo tape in 1981. I bought this single and paid a good price for shipping but it was not the record I intended, I know it stated no record 2 just A and B in Good condition but it was just a ex jukebox single in a plain sleeve, yet it was advertised under the Canadian rare double pack, very disappointed, so now I'm looking for the DOUBLE PACK CANADIAN RELEASE. Tape One" and Stamped "IDEA 212 A// 2 (here is stamped a Delta figure = like an upside down triangle) 4 2 0 T " on both sides lead out. The 7" features the original recording of the song, while the 12" features an extended version. 'We Are Broken' contains melodies and lyrics for Head Over Heels, which wouldn't be released until two years later. Paper cream lightweight. Artwork Type Drawings. The title of the song is a reference to "Pale Shelter Scene", a 1941 drawing by British sculptor Henry Moore. Signature . One of Tears for Fears' oldest songs, "Pale Shelter" (along with "Suffer the Children") was originally recorded for the duo's first demo tape in 1981. The title of the song is a reference to "Pale Shelter Scene", a 1941 drawing by British sculptor Henry Moore. Written by Roland Orzabal, sung by Curt Smith and published in March 1982, Pale Shelter is the song that excites me most among those extracted from The Hurting, Tears For Fears’ debut album.