Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to sculpture.
- Pertaining to engraving.
- In zoology, pertaining to the ornaments of a sculptured surface: as, sculptural marks or lines.
- adj. Of, pertaining to, or having characteristics of sculpture.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Of or pertaining to sculpture.
- adj. relating to or consisting of sculpture
- adj. resembling sculpture
“These amazing pieces are made of wood for the main sculptural elements but various mechanisms and hydraulics are added for the functionality.”
“Using sunlight and starlight as its source, the work manifests experiences of primal solar color, and star geometry in sculptural form.”
“They lack, in short, sculptural nobleness and delicacy.”
“The Spike Light would definitely be an amazing conversation starter for those who enjoy entertaining, but it’s probably not the ideal choice in sculptural lighting for a home with children.”
““Luke has unorthodox techniques of placing original and found moving images in sculptural, architectural and natural environments, distorting the viewers’ perception of time and space.””
“I prefer the word sculptural to describe the clothes, not architectural, "Mr. Velasco said.”
“I recall a sculptural work entitled, Oh Dear, which was a dead, cerulean blue dog/deer that had been either shot in the stomach, or conceivably bitten open.”
“Bartholdi reportedly used his mother as the model for the draped figure, whose Neoclassical drapery recalls the sculptural traditions of such late-18th-century artists as Antonio Canova and Antoine Houdon.”
“It might be called sculptural, but for the magnificence of the turban of the rajah who converses with them, the glitter of the light round his shoulders, and the scheme of shadow out of which the three figures rise.”
“It includes two of Kuitca's most ambitious works: an untitled sculptural configuration of 20 painted bed mattresses, and”
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