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Sculpture

OMG.... I love sculpture. I have been sculpting for over 23 years now. I love sculpting the face and this has been my concentration. Here you will find some of my favorite sculptures, I especially love the Baroque period ... Not much for modern sculpture ....the marble block with a whole in the center ??? ....I just want to add a face in the center of it.

Zentralfriedhof statue - It blows my mind that this is a piece of stone and it still looks like a veil covering a face. Many years ago it was something of a test of skill for a sculptor to create a veiled face. This is one of the absolute best.

Exquisite Cemetery Statues

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These Veiled Figures of Bronze and Marble by Kevin Francis Gray Seem to Drip with Fabric

Little Ballerina (1881) - Edgar Degas

The Night 1855 Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo, Buenos Aires, Argentina Sculpture, Marble. Joseph-Michel-Ange Pollet

Spirit Driftwood, Definitely would put that in home and put pair of bras on it. maybe a guy though...holding his shorts and well underneath it would been funny but If I got naked woman I would have her at entrance carrying a tray of candy...she have panties or skirt with candybars...I thinking that what would occur.

Dryad Statue by Dellamorteco // absolutely beautiful detailing

Canova's masterpiece

Paris, Musee d'Orsay. Next time I go to Paris I want to go here. I am determined that there will be a next time!

A Cherub Beautifully lit by a Fabulous Sunbeam. Makes it Look Suitable Celestial. St Peter's Basilica, the Vatican.

One of the best preserved figures in the crypt gallery (Gruftenweg) at the main cemetery in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. This figure is in a private niche behind locked iron gates, which perhaps explains why it is undamaged -

Pieta, Michelangelo. So lovely. On May 21, 1972, a mentally disturbed man walked into the chapel and attacked the sculpture with a geologist's hammer while shouting "I am Jesus Christ." Onlookers took many of the pieces of marble that flew off. Later, some pieces were returned, but many were not, including Mary's nose, which had to be reconstructed from a block cut out of her back.

No one sculpted hands like Rodin. He spent years studying the anatomy of hands, and did a number of small pieces of them.

Skull Sculpture Crania Anatomica Filigre small by shhark on Etsy, $95.00