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  1. 1. From the Latin word sculpere meaning to carve It is the art of carving
  2. 2. Casting-is the process involved in producing bronze sculptures Modelling-is the process involved when clay or claylike substances are used as mediums. Assembling-it includes collage. Constructing materials into figures or forms
  4. 4. Most versatile of Baroque artists. Produce the famous “Ecstasy of St. Theresa” located at Capella Cornaro, St. Maria Della Victoria in Rome.
  5. 5. “Ecstasy of St. Theresa”
  6. 6. “Louis XIV”
  7. 7. “ Death of Lodovica Albertoni”
  8. 8. “Fontana della Barcaccia”
  9. 9. “St. Martin Dividing His Cloak”
  10. 10. Italian Renaissance painter sculptor architect poet engineer Best documented artist of 16th century.
  11. 11. “Pieta”
  12. 12. “David”
  13. 13. Italian sculptor Became famous for his marble sculptures that delicately rendered nude flesh. Born in Possagno
  14. 14. “Psyche Revived by Cupid’s Kiss”(1787-1793)
  15. 15. “Perseus Holding the Head of Medusa (1801)”
  16. 16. Italian goldsmith Born in Florence, Italy painter sculptor soldier Musician of the Renaissance He worked under several employers. Arrested and imprisoned several times for different offenses (killing, embezzlement).
  17. 17. “Bust of the Duke of Mantua”
  18. 18. “Crucifixion”
  19. 19. “Nymph of Fountainebleau”
  20. 20. “Ganymede”
  21. 21. “Bust of Cosimo”
  22. 22. Born in Tucsan town of Vinci Leornardo de ser Piero da Vinci “Leornardo, son of (Mes) ser Piero from Vinci”
  23. 23. “ Vitruvian Man”
  24. 24. “ The Last Supper”
  25. 25. “Mona Lisa”
  26. 26. Short form of Donato di Florence Known for his basso rilievo (bas relief) He received his early artistic training in a goldsmith’s workshop and later in Lorenzo Ghiberti’s studio Donatello’s sculptures are considered as supreme expressions of spirit of this era in sculpture
  27. 27. “St. Mark”
  28. 28. “St. George and the Dragon”
  29. 29. “St. Louis of Toulouse”
  30. 30. “Beardless Prophet”
  31. 31. “Sacrifice of Isaac”
  32. 32. “Jeremiah”
  33. 33. “Pazzi Madonna”
  34. 34. Born in Florence Italian artist of the early Renaissance Best known for works in sculpture and metal-working
  35. 35. “Gates of Paradise”
  36. 36. “Jacob and Esau”
  37. 37. “The Three Graces”
  38. 38. Born in Borgonovo moved to Geneva to attend he School of Fine Arts also to Paris to train under the sculptor Antoine Bourdelle, an associate of Auguste Rodin
  39. 39. “Woman with Her Throat Cut”
  40. 40. “Three Men Walking III”
  41. 41. “Woman of Venice II”
  42. 42. English artist and sculptor Born in the Yorkshire town of Castleford Became wellknown for his large-scale abstract cast bronze and carved marble sculptures.
  43. 43. “Reclining Figure”
  44. 44. “Knife Edge”
  45. 45. One of the sculptors of the Golden Age of Greece and the Chief sculptor of the Parthenon
  46. 46. another sculptor of the Golden Age of Greece A pupil of Phidias
  47. 47. “Hermes with the Infant Dionysus”
  48. 48. Puget was a Frenchman Training under Bernini
  49. 49. “The Victorious Alexander”
  50. 50. French sculptor of his time He possessed a unique ability to model a complex, turbulent, deeply pocketed surface in clay
  51. 51. “The Gates of Hell”
  52. 52. “Andromeda”
  53. 53. “Bacchus in the Vat”
  54. 54. “Balzac”
  55. 55. “Torso of a Man”
  57. 57. On September 28, 1901, the United The bronze-and-granite Rizal States Philippine Commission approved Act monument is among the most famous in No. 243, which would erect a monument sculptural landmarks in the country. of Luneta to commemorate the memory the Swiss sculptor Richard Kissling,It is almost protocol for visiting and José man who designed the Rizal Rizal, Philippine patriot, writer poet.The committee wreath at the dignitaries to lay a formed by the act Monument was born on April 14, held an international design competition monument. Located on the monument is 1848 Wolfwil in invited sculptors between 1905–1907 andthe canton of not merely the statue of the national Solothurn, Switzerland. from Europe and the United States to hero, but also his remains. submit entries with an estimated cost of ₱100,000 using local materials.
  58. 58. Sculptor Frederic Auguste Bartholdi was symbolizing freedom commissioned to design throughout the world. a sculpture with the year 1876
  59. 59. St. Theresa was was afraid that The church begun in 1647 and was completed by 1652. The because Theresa could be sculpture itself is located inpeople considered subversive that the Cornaro chapel. It is located on the would not take away the meaning chapel’s central convey.a they wanted to wall in As rectangularbefore Theresa looks mentioned niche. this was during almost enclosed Reformation and the Counter or trapped by the columns and recessedcontroversial because she was so niche she is in. This was something to show that their need intentional because of the fact that Theresa herself was while she remains a figure who can such a controversial woman is also emotionally move people shethat she looks enclosed and controlled. controlled by the church.
  60. 60. is a subject famous A in Christian art depicting the Virgin example by Michelangelo i Mary cradling the dead body s located in St. Peter's of Jesus Basilica in the Vatican City