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Vintage 80s G RUGGERI SCULPTURE DAVID BUST ALABASTER RESIN ITALY ITAL CHIC +base
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Carrara Marble Queen Victoria Bust Sculpture - JE Boehm
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Modigliani & Picasso -Inspired Modern Art Head Statue Sculpture Bust w/ Base
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Museum Quality Hot Cast Bronze Horse Head Bust Sculpture Statue Equestrian Decor
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NewNapoleon Bonaparte Bust Statue Sculpture Figure - WE SHIP WORLDWIDE
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Rare Indian Native American Art Chief Eagle Bust Bronze Statue Sculpture Figure
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Large Venus De Milo Alabaster Bust Sculpture Signed Savvakos Estate Find
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BEETHOVEN BUST CLASSICAL MUSIC ART BUSTO MUSICA ARTES STATUE SCULPTURE FIGURINE
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Marilyn Monroe Fiberglass Resin Bust Sculpture Statue
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Vintage Bronze Stag Deer Bust Sculpture
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Where can I find replicas of Classical Sculpture ? I am looking for anatomical casts, classical busts.?

I intend to use these reproductions to read academic Art, Classical Realism, Oil Painting and naturalist. In paritcular I'm looking for Camouflage Laocoon. What gallery has a good reputation for service quality and customer?


The best place to get plaster casts of ancient sculpture is Giust Wobern Gallery, MA.
http://www.giustgallery.com/
P is the name of Bob, of course, very nice. His rehearsals are the best I have seen anywhere.


Instead of the upper class to buy plaster casts of ancient sculpture is Giust Wobern Gallery, MA.
http://www.giustgallery.com/
The owner name is Bob, of course, very nice. His rehearsals are the best I have seen anywhere.

Should I do Hayley Williams or Sonic the Hedgehog for a bust sculpture?

For my art hurl, I have to do a bust sculpture of a person or character. I'm stuck between the two!!! Sonic or Hayley?


Sonic.

People will still recall him in a few years.


aaahhh Sonic!

Presidents' Day is Washington's time to shine

His likeness graces currency, stamps, sculptures and paintings. This year Presidents' Day will be celebrated Feb. 22 to the existing federal holidays of New Year's Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Washington's Birthday had thus become the first federal holiday to recognize an individual's birth date. By 1968, strong support from both business and labor had urged Congress to consider standardizing holiday observances to Mondays, thereby creating a three-day weekend. In May of that year, the Congressional Record noted a three-point benefit package to Monday holidays directed specifically at families:. Three-day holidays offer greater opportunities for families — especially those whose members may be widely separated — to get together. " "Monday holidays would improve commercial and industrial production by minimizing midweek holiday interruptions of production schedules and reducing employee absenteeism before and after midweek holidays. The implementation of the Uniform Monday Holiday Law in 1971 officially moved the observance of Washington's Birthday to the third Monday in February. (Meaning the observed holiday can never fall on Washington's actual birthday. JUST GEORGE Contrary to popular belief, there is no federal holiday called "Presidents' Day. " Although Congress created a uniform federal holiday law, it could not force a uniform holiday title agreement among the states. Although the states dutifully shifted their recognition of Washington's Birthday to the third Monday in February, many chose not to retain the federal title. One of the first was Texas, which shortly after the implementation of the law renamed their state holiday President's Day.

Sculpture Busts - Bookshelf

Sculpture in Britain, 1530-1830
522 pages
Sculpture in Britain, 1530-1830

Margaret Whinney. demand, for they were for the most part Flemings, without the strong tradition of bust sculpture common to seventeenth-century Italy and France . Their ability, on the other hand, enabled them to provide the supply. The bust ...

British Sculpture and Sculptors of Today
176 pages
British Sculpture and Sculptors of Today

Busts of Mr. J. Passmore Edwards, Dr. Garnett and Mr. Rathbone, Statue of Queen Victoria for Calcutta, Chaucer Bust, Decorative Work, Terra Cotta Work on Constitutional Club, Frieze at St. Clement's, Bedford, Bronze Memorial, ...

Classical Sculpture, Catalogue of the Cypriot, Greek, and Roman Stone Sculpture in the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
332 pages
Classical Sculpture, Catalogue of the Cypriot, Greek, and Roman Stone Sculpture in the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

Skupinska-Løvset (1983) published 161 funerary busts from Scythopolis, including 5 in the UPM (95, 97–100) and ... of the sculptures from their specific tombs or their contents is regrettable and makes dating these crude busts dependent on ...

Modigliani in Martigny

 These early years were a turning point between Post-Impressionism and Cubism, and the dual influence of Cezanne and Picasso can be clearly discerned in Modigliani’s ‘Nu Assise’ (above).  It is painted on the reverse of a portrait of his early supporter, Jean Alexandre, and is framed by wooden supports covered with gallery and transport labels.  The unmistakable Modigliani style has not yet evolved, the girl’s face and proportions realistic, unstylised, though crudely outlined – however, a suggestion of it begins to appear by 1909 in ‘Jean Alexandre’ on the other side…. But following a crude stone sculpture of a head, and an abstracted study, it suddenly appears fully formed. ‘Beatrice Hastings’ (right, 1915) – the artist’s partner for several years – exhibits the classic Modigliani hallmarks of elongated neck, sloping shoulders and slanting almond eyes, though in a slightly more primitive form than they would later...  He was greatly influenced by the austere, primitivist stone busts of Brancusi, to whom he was introduced in 1909.   Modigliani’s early, pared-down, timeless style is most similar to Brancusi’s ‘The Kiss’ (below, 1907-8) – and is also comparable to Eric Gill’s stone reliefs, such as Ecstasy (1910-11).  Later Brancusi produced sleek bronze heads which, rather than speaking of the primitive past, appear to derive from the technological present of machinery and industrial modernism – like Epstein’s Rock Drill or Gaudier-Brzeska’s Vorticist bronzes.  Of these heads ‘Mlle Pogany’ (below right, 1912) is displayed, the long smooth curving neck, tilted head and large lozenge-shaped eyes so very like those adopted by Modigliani. However, when the war began in 1914, sculptural materials were in short supply, and this coincided with a further decline in Modigliani’s health (tuberculosis was intensified by work, drink and drugs)....

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Sculpture Busts - News

Artist sculpts out his life's work
His subject material has included war memorials, works for private collections, busts of American presidents and statues of local heroes. Johnson's works in North Georgia alone include “The Discovery,” a bronze sculpture of a gold miner in White County

Brookgreen Gardens exclusive venue for National Sculpture Exhibition
is the National Sculpture Society's most popular show. Hundreds of artists apply to the juried competition that awards thousands of dollars in prizes. Highlights of this year's exhibit include a springing Jack-in-the-Box; an aviary of exotic birds

Ruth Bancroft Garden features Sculpture in the Garden
Among the many distinguished works were The Eroded Sphere by David Mudgett, Eileen Fitz-Faulkner's King Flamingo, and bronze busts by Danielle Fafchamps. Different types of materials were used in these works of art, ranging from ceramic cats and dogs 

The Adam Hughes Bust That Wasn't Really A Bust That Almost Was But Wasn't
The dictionary definition of a bust is this: “a sculptured, painted, drawn, or engraved representation of the upper part of the human figure,especially a portrait sculpture showing only the head and shoulders of the subject.” Somewhere along the way