The Story of Sculpture

The Story of Sculpture

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Carson Dellosa Pub Co Inc

This is the story of sculpture through the ages and around the world. It illustrates and explains materials, tools, techniques, and features the brilliant work of the great sculptors through history. Included are the Stone Age figures, ancient Egyptian reliefs, Greek statues and sculptures from Roman history, images of Indian deities, and the great terracotta army discovered in China. Discover Bronze-casting through the centuries, the woodcarver’s workshop, terracotta, and Michelangelo’s marble technique and the impact of modern technology. China, Japan, India, Africa, pre-Columbian America and Oceania – sculpture from these great world cultures emerge in high quality reproductions. Influences are traced through history, from the Romanesque, Renaissance and the Baroque to the movements of the 20th Century.



Baker & Taylor
Traces the development of sculpture from prehistoric times to the present, with information on the techniques and themes of Michelangelo, Canova, Rodin, and other notable sculptors through the ages

Book News
Another wonderful large format book (10.5x13.5") in this charming young adult series (which many older adults find an irresistible browse). Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

Baker
& Taylor

Tracing the development of sculpture from ancient times to the present day, an art historical study combines full-color artwork, meticulous reproductions, and informative captions to detail the work of Michelangelo, Rodin, Picasso, and other notable sculptors through the ages.

McGraw Hill
This is the story of sculpture through the ages and around the world. It illustrates and explains materials, tools, techniques, and features the brilliant work of the great sculptors through history. Included are the Stone Age figures, ancient Egyptian reliefs, Greek statues and sculptures from Roman history, images of Indian deities, and the great terracotta army discovered in China. Discover Bronze-casting through the centuries, the woodcarver’s workshop, terracotta, and Michelangelo’s marble technique and the impact of modern technology. China, Japan, India, Africa, pre-Columbian America and Oceania – sculpture from these great world cultures emerge in high quality reproductions. Influences are traced through history, from the Romanesque, Renaissance and the Baroque to the movements of the 20th Century.

Publisher: New York : P. Bedrick Books, 1995.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780872263161
0872263169
Branch Call Number: J 730 ROM
Characteristics: 64 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 36 cm.

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