"For complete concurrence of souls there needs to be a concurrence of breath, for what is breath, if not the rhythm of the soul? So, for humans to understand one another, they must walk or lie side by side." On Love, 1917, by Marina Tsvetaeva. (Sculpture: Rodin Hands - Rodin Museum)

"For complete concurrence of souls there needs to be a concurrence of breath, for what is breath, if not the rhythm of the soul? So, for humans to understand one another, they must walk or lie side by side." On Love, 1917, by Marina Tsvetaeva. (Sculpture: Rodin Hands - Rodin Museum)

How such art can be so sensuously and realistically rendered from such an unmalleable medium as marble, is nothing short of miraculous.

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How such art can be so sensuously and realistically rendered from such an unmalleable medium as marble, is nothing short of miraculous.

It truly amazes me how much talent and dedication it takes to carve this out of a block of marble - Le Désespoir, Jean-Joseph Perraud, Musée d’Orsay, Paris

It truly amazes me how much talent and dedication it takes to carve this out of a block of marble - Le Désespoir, Jean-Joseph Perraud, Musée d’Orsay, Paris

Esta escultura me ha gustado por el buen trabajo hecho con el material, el realismo que se ha conseguido y la textura del trapo está impecable al igual que la mano, está muy bien hecha

Esta escultura me ha gustado por el buen trabajo hecho con el material, el realismo que se ha conseguido y la textura del trapo está impecable al igual que la mano, está muy bien hecha

The changing of Bodies into Light, and Light into Bodies, is very conformable to the Course of Nature, which seems delighted with Transmutations --Sir Isaac Newton

The changing of Bodies into Light, and Light into Bodies, is very conformable to the Course of Nature, which seems delighted with Transmutations --Sir Isaac Newton

Melpomene, muse of tragedy. Roman, after Greek model of 2nd century BC. Marble. Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg

Melpomene, muse of tragedy. Roman, after Greek model of 2nd century BC. Marble. Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg

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