Véronique Richard - Sculpteur (French Edition)
This example was accomplished in The small version is thought to have never been cast; the large version apparently was cast only once. This is a cast of the large version made in by Roman Bronze Studio with new moulds from the original plaster model. Designed as a companion to Cheiron and exhibited at the New York World's Fair, this creature was given female attributes within a male form. The fierce stance and primitive features add a menacing quality to the depiction 3. The Centaur Cheiron by Anna Hyatt Huntington Cheiron, a wise centaur in Greek mythology, was an expert in medicine due to his knowledge of herbs.
For his skill in healing arts he was rewarded with immortality. But after a painful wound in battle, he chose death over an eternity of suffering. Zeus placed him in the heavens where he became the constellation known as The Archer, Sagittarius. The Hungry Loop by Herb Mignery b. This sculpture depicts an African-American on horseback, parrot of the history of cowboys in the West.
The title is a term used to describe a rodeo roper who desperately need to win his event. Mignery wrote "the subject is bviously well worn from her efforts. However, I have portrayed his demeanor and posture to indicate that he will eventually succeed. After Chicago became the center for his work, Hortn began tyo focus onteh field of architectural sculpture, click each photo to enlarge.
A multi-talented artist, Joseph Renier was equally skilled in creating monumental, architectural and relief sculpture, His award winning garden figures reflect both gaiety and originality of design.
The sketch for this figure earned a Garden of America prize in 2. Gentle Tapir.
Dorothea Schwarez Greenbaum - In , after several decades of formal study in painting, Dorothea Schwarez Greenbaum began to mode lanimals in culpture. Her versatility in media-terra cotta, bronze, and hammered lead - resulted in Greenbaum's popularity among museums. This pice was modeled in from a Central American tapir in the Washington Zoo. The friendly, place temperament of the animal is evident. Dancing Goat by Albert Laessle - Bronze A goat prances om its hind legs, forefeet waving in the air and neck arched.
It is standing on a clump of rushes containing a snail, turtle and other marsh crushes. The goat's hair rises in a ridge with a braid at each side.
A collar encircles its neck and horns are coveredwith knobs. Doe by Marion Branning dates unknown Bronze. Designed in broad planes, this gentle sculpture evoks visions of a quiet woodland scene. The artist, who graduated from the Rinehart School of Sculpture at Baltimore in , also taught techniques of jewelry and metal work at the the Maryland Institute.
Warm Currents Steve Kestrel b. Acquired with funds from the Sculpture Acquisition Fund.
Sea turtles are air-breathijng reptiles remarkably adapt to living in the sea. A streamlined shape, large and powerful fore flippers enable them to dive to great depths and travel long distances. Although home in the ocean, sea turtles are tied to the land because females must leave the water to lay their eggs on a sansy beach. Great Blue Heron by Catherine K. Ferrell b. Acquired with funds from the Sculpture Fund and friends of the sculptor. The largest of the herons on this continent, the Great Blue Heron typically lives near ponds, marshes, streams and tidal flats.
Herons nest in communities eith their own and many other birds. My Niece, by Jo Davidson 1 Jo Davidson distinguished himself as a portraitist, working rapidly so that he could express his thoughts as they came. April, by Charles Cropper Parks - Bronze Modeled in the late 80s, this figure was based on the design of an earlier small sculpture of the Roman Goddess of Flowers, Flora. This work was an experiment, cast in a commercial foundry from several small rubber molds.
Each part was then welded together to create a seamless casting in bronze. The lifetime works of Charles Cropper Parks is a Delaware treasure. Often referred to as the "Figure Sculpture of Soho," Miller focused his work on the human figure, and, in particular, the female form. His bold figures always featured interesting composition and dynamic movement. Another casting of this size is located on the campus of Kent State University. Duck and Turtle by Albert Laessle - Philadelphia native Albert Laessle's choice of animals as subjects began in his student days. An art critic wrote that he presented his studies with something of the flavor of a humorous naturalist who observes the tragedies and comedies enacted in his little kingdom.
Rockwell's early career was spent at the National Museum in Washington D. Later, in the Museum of Natural History, Rockwell helped create the Akeley African Hall, where the life-size version of this rhinoceros was mounted.
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This study was modeled as a sketch for a habitat group placed in scenery of the northwest slope of Mt. Bernard Baruch Maira J. Kirby-Smith b. Maria Kirby-Smith has cfreated several monuments of his otic persons such was Gen. Thomas Sumter, Judge Matthew W. Perry, and Strom Thurmond. Call of the Bison by Herb Mignery. Bronze, on long-term loan from the Private Collection of Tia. Spirit of American Youth by Donald H. Lue , bronze 3. Jaguars by An na Hyatt Huntington Aluminium 4.
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Barton "Bart" Walter b. Bart Walter's animal subjects aredrawn from many regions of the world. His composition and modeling style, building layered surfaces of clay to depict muscle and movement, provide a fresh approach to his work. Bart Walter's background as a biologist brings a deep interest in the animal world, not only as subjects, but as important links to the future of the environment Click each photo to enlarge.
Tidal Rhythm by Christopher Smith b. Published by Charta. Text: Anthony Vidler. Texts by Laurent Busine and Denis Gielen. Heike Munder and Adam Budak eds. Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Napoli. Essays by Eduardo Cicelyn and Mario Codognato. Published by Electa Napoli. Published by Kunsthaus Bregenz and Lisson Gallery.
Blast to Freeze. Oeuvre et Lieu. Essais et documents, published by Flammarion. Imagine you are standing here in front of me, The Caldic Collection in the Boijmans van tticken, interview with the collector by Brooke Alexander. Taratantara, Naples. Text: Eduardo Cicelyn and Mario Codognato. Hayward Gallery, Unversity of California Press. Edizioni Charta Srl, Germano Celant.
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