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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.


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Michael Parks, Artist

CARPEAUX Jean-Baptiste - French (1827-1875) ~ La Candeur 1873.

Apollo, head of Roman statue (marble), ?, (British Museum, London).

Image gallery: statue

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Simple Pleasures — Found on versaversa.tumblr.com

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Daniel Chester French (1850-1931) - Immortal Love

Lorenzo Quinn

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Bernini

Weeping Angel Statue

Angel Statues & Sculptures

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Bust of Marie-Antoinette from Jean-Baptiste Pigalle

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Michael Parkes . Night Flight

Marble

Maddy

Suzie Zamit | Sculpture

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Marie-Paule Deville-Chabrolle, 1952 | Tutt'Art@ | Pittura * Scultura * Poesia * Musica |

Marie-Paule Deville-Chabrolle 1952 | French painter and sculptress

Marie-Paule Deville-Chabrolle, 1952

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Cleo de Mérode, marble sculpture Mariano Benlliure, 1910.

♔ Louis Alexandre Bottee (1852-1940) - L'Amour à l'affut

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Frishmuth Harriet 1880-1980 US

An Art Deco bronze by Pierre le Faguays, France circa 1930.

Rejuvenation-Gaylord Ho

❤ - Satyre et Bacchante. Marbre de Jean-Jacques Pradier (Genève, 1790 - Bougival, 1852). Musée du Louvre (Paris).

Eric Michael Wilson

This is a detail from Bernini's famous Pluto and Proserpina/Persephone 1621 in the Borghese Gallery in Rome.

The Three Graces, 1831, by Jean-Jacques Pradier - Musée du Louvre, Paris