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Sculpture is the branch of the visual arts that operates in three dimensions. It is one of the .... The materials used in sculpture are diverse, changing throughout history. ... Many sculptors seek new ways and materials to make art. One of Pablo  ...

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Because present-day sculptors use any materials and methods of ... and abiding concern of sculptors: the art of sculpture is the branch of the visual arts that is ... For the history of sculpture in antiquity, see art and architecture, Anatolian; art and ...

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Egyptian sculpture and all Egyptian art was based on the belief in a life after death. ... Egyptian sculptors made standing and seated figures in the round and in relief. ... in the 6th century B.C. brought with them a tradition of fine craftsmanship.

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American Sculptors (1850-present): Best Modern Plastic Artists in America. ... Minnesota-born sculptor, took classes at the Art Institute of Chicago, also studied in ...

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In fact many of the Ancient Greek sculptures which appear in Art History textbooks are ..... And art once again, becomes based on observation of the visual world.

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carving, see: Stone Sculpture. For sculptures in wood, see: Wood Carving. For sculpting in clay, see: Ceramic Sculpture. Chronology of Fine Art Sculpture.

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For the origins of the plastic arts see: History of Sculpture. BEST WORKS OF SCULPTURE For the top 3-D artworks, see: Greatest Sculptures Ever.

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Sculpture is the branch of the visual arts that operates in three dimensions. ... LOVE DON'T COME EASY. Amon Carter Museum of American Art · Story ...

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In an art-historical context, the Italian word paragone (“comparison”, ... study of ancient art inform the arguments on either side of the painting/sculpture paragone. ... 15th-century Florentine sculptors largely initiated the stylistic developments of the ... views about the importance of the visual arts and the social status of artists.