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“Sculpture is the senior visual art, and imaginary birds delight me, so I give a prize to eccentric “Fiona” and her assertive progeny, number 46.”
“The Treatises of Benvenuto Cellini on Goldsmithing and Sculpture is a quite amazing book about fine metalcraft by one of the world-class egos of the Italian Rennaissance.”
“From Pigalle to Préault: Neoclassicism and the Sublime in French Sculpture, 1760-1840 by Alison West”
“Sculpture, that is to say, gives us mere colourless form; its figures are without eyes and without movement; and painting provides us with no more than a single view, enclosed within strict limits, which separate the picture from the adjacent reality.”
“Now as to the scope and nature of these Arts I have to say, that though when I come more into the details of my subject I shall not meddle much with the great art of Architecture, and less still with the great arts commonly called Sculpture and Painting, yet I cannot in my own mind quite sever them from those lesser so-called”
“Richard Serra talks about his new exhibition, simply titled Sculpture, at Gagosian in London.”
“Torontonians can get their own taste at the Art Gallery of Ontario, where a show called Sculpture as Time: Major Works.”
“The building has since been restored and has found a new lease of life as a bright orange painted Arts Centre called Sculpture Square.”
“Sculpture" is not a word that freely comes to mind when considering much of Mr. Mendiz á bal's own work.”
“The San Francisco Arts Commission received a request from "Sculpture" magazine for photos of the Patrick Dougherty sculptures in Civic Center, and a young woman who works there who's a fan of this site asked if I could send her my favorite photos of the sculpture.”
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