Auguste Rodin: Bacchante, also known as Grapes (1975.312.7) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Magnificent Sculpture: Kiss of Death
Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux: Bacchante with Lowered Eyes (11.10) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Regency Hairstyles and their Accessories
This is a statue of Athena. She is a goddess known to be the first one to work with wool. Just like Athena, many Greek women were gifted weavers.
Inspired by Japanese folklore, myths and dreams, Yoshimasa Tsuchiya carves each sculpture from wood then adds plaster and paint during the finishing process. Tsuchiya holds a Doctor of Fine Arts degree in Conservation, Classical Technique.
suggested line and form
Sculpture by Edgar Degas
Pictures Really Don’t Do It Justice
Pictures Really Don't Do It Justice
Detail of head of Zeus, Museum of Archeology, Antalya, Turkey