Out of all arts, I think sculpture appeals to me most. It’s like catching a moment and freezing it forever. In the set below, I’ve collected pieces that I find particularly evocative and brilliant. Different epochs, different artists, different locations, but the same attention to detail and emotion. I just can’t believe how tremendously talented some people are.
Fannie, the Fairy Sitting Statue
Quaint garden statue depicting a fairy sitting in a relaxed pose with a gentle smile on her face - the whole is perfect to introduce a chill-out mood and romantic accent to an outdoor decor. The figurine is made of premium resin and painted by hand.
Basking in God's Glory Statue
Alluring decorative garden statue in the shape of a smiled young girl figurine with birds on arms. It is finely sculptered of durable waetherproof resin and hand-painted in a grey antique stone colour. It should be stored indoor during winter.
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"Le Grand Van Gogh" ~ by French sculptor Bruno Catalano at the waterfront in Marseille, France
Day 6: My favorite major Greek god is Artemis. I love everything about her. I mean, come on. Who doesn't love her?
Fantasywire sculptures by Robin Wight
Angel by past1978 - One of the many tombstones in the Slavin cemetery of Prague
Angel statue in the graveyard of Trzic, Slovenia by ~lordradi
Marie-Paule Deville-Chabrolle 1952 | French painter and sculptress
Break Through From Your Mold by Zenos Frudakis, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Jason de Caires Taylor’s underwater sculpture garden in Cancun.
"La romantique" bronze de Valérie Hadida, peintre/sculptrice française. Son site :
The Kiss of Death in Barcelona’s Poblenou Cemetery. 1930. White marble. Attributed to Jaume Barba, but possibly created by Joan Fontbernat
How to grow moss on anything. This is beautiful.
Gravedad, Lorenzo Quinn, bronce, 67 cm, deze is me al zolang bij gebleven, prachtig vind ik deze.
"The Fisherman's Daughter" -- Philippe Faraut. SnoWave says, "This is my favorite sculpture by this artist."
I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free. ~ Michelangelo
"Transcendence" by Gaylord Ho. Gaylord Ho was born April 11, 1950, in Hsin-Wu, Taiwan. Gaylord Ho is masterfully skillful sculptor and an inspired artist. His goal in every sculpture is to bring to life the emotion of the moment being frozen forever in cl
Achilles and Polyxena, sculpture by Pio Fedi (living with the statues of Florence, Ann Street Studios)
Michael Talbot - More works at (Thx ricci)
Beautifully Oxidized Bronze Sculptures of Elongated Women - My Modern Metropolis #statue #wman #art
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Statue of Goddess Durga. The word Shakti means divine energy/force/power, and Durga is the warrior aspect of the Divine Mother/Brahman(Supreme Absolute Godhead). As a goddess, Durga's feminine power contains the combined energies of all the gods. Each of
Dryad Statue by Dellamorteco // absolutely beautiful detailing
Serene Beauty & Profound Sorrow: Michelangelo's Pietà
Degas, the one that started it all. This statue made me fall in love with the beauty and effortlessness that is art. Sweet and innocent beauty.
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Moses - Michelangelo Buonarroti. Marble sculpture. 235 cm. 1513-1515. S. Pietro, Vincoli, Rome.
Degas' sculpture of The Little Dancer, and Impressionist Paintings of Ballet and Ballerinas in Art.
Nike of Samothrace Statue. Saw this when I visited the Louvre in Paris. It's my favorite historical statue.
Fotos de Anatomy 4 sculptors...stunning! The skin folds and the way it looks like skin is stretching over her rib cage and the thighs. so cool! I want to learn how to sculpt!
Paul Fryer: he Holy Trinity Church in Marlebone, Westminster, built specifically to celebrate the defeat of Napoleon, hasn't been used as a place of worship since the 30's, but that didn't stop artist Paul Fryer from making a religious statement by hangin
Amazing vintage photo of the famous gargoyle at Notre Dame
Veiled Souls Carved from Stone and Embedded with Crystals by Livio Scarpella
Weeping Angel Statue - remeberance and deliverance
Heartbreakingly Beautiful... This statue is in Slovakia. It was created for all the unborn children in that country.
In this post, we present to you some of the most famous sculptures that are currently in the Staglieno as well as in other cemeteries around the world
Li Hongbo is a Beijing-based artist who turns ordinary paper into extraordinary sculptures - The sculptures are incredibly detailed and realistic but also bend and flex in incredible ways. Imagine how much time this took! So cool!
Bronze sculpture by UK artist Sukhi Barber, who spent twelve years in Kathmandu, Nepal studying Buddhist philosophy and lost-wax bronze casting
Ok this is cool but I don't have a place to put it so I'll just say its a mythical creature... I like this sculpture because it's not too big. You sort of have to do a double take to see it.
The Appennine Colossus, italy | Incredible Pictures
Minerva (Athena), Roman statue (marble) copy, 1st century AD / 1st century BC (original 4th c. BC), (Musée du Louvre, Paris).
Robert Glen, "Mustangs," Fountain, Los Colinas, Texas, United States, Bronze Sculptures, n.d.
Burning Man is a temporary community that is based on self reliance and self- expression. Thousands of strangers come together to experience the burning of a large wooden sculpture.
☫ Angelic ☫ winged cemetery angels and zen statuary - Psyché, Louvre Museum
Weeping Angel Statue I've seen this in a restaurant and thought this must be a weeping angel. It was so scary. But then I thought that can't be one of these angels. They don't exist. Now I don't know. But I will never ever go to this restaurant. Ok. May
Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Estasi di Santa Teresa d'Avila, 1647-52, Roma, chiesa di Santa Maria della Vittoria
This has got to be the coolest statue I've ever seen. And framing a lighthouse! By French Sculptor Bruno Catalano.
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