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C.130 BCE

Gian Lorenzo Bernini

DORA CHALLENGE

SCROLL DOWN

(1840 — 1917)

These sculpture types range in size from small enough just
 to fit in the flat of a hand to massive stone reliefs cut into the mountainside.

OLDEST SCULPTURE

29 — 19 BCE

1621 — 1622

WHAT SCULPTURE IS TO A BLOCK OF MARBLE, EDUCATION IS TO A HUMAN SOUL

1647 — 1652

Sculptures have been a part of human existence for as long as people have created art. While the creations may differ through time, the purpose and meaning behind the sculptures endure.

1647 — 1652

(370 — 330 BCE)

MATERIALS

Carl Schlüter

2023

29 — 19 BCE

1846 — 1884

Hagesandros & Polydoros & Athenedoros

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Carl Schlüter

(1887 — 1968)

1621 — 1622

2023

Sculptures are three-dimensional forms created by the physical manipulation and placement of hard materials like clay, metal, concrete, glass, and plastic. Their forms vary but generally represent an emotion,
a scene, or a topic.

(1840 — 1917)

(18887 — 1968)

1501 — 1504

(1598 — 1680)

Gian Lorenzo Bernini

210 — 209 BC

DORA CHALLENGE

C.130 BCE

The sculpting arts have lasted as one of the most prominent forms of human expression throughout the world. Types of sculpture have been utilized by several civilizations to express a significant significance and remember their leaders or other crucial societal figures.

(1598 — 1680)

Sculpture is the branch of the visual arts that operates in three dimensions. Sculpture is the three-dimensional art work which is physically presented in the dimensions of height, width and depth. It is one of the plastic arts. Durable sculptural processes originally used carving (the removal of material) and modelling (the addition of material, as clay), in stone, metal, ceramics, wood and other materials but, since Modernism, there has been almost complete freedom of materials and process. A wide variety of materials may be worked by removal such as carving, assembled by welding or modelling, or moulded or cast.

DESIGNED
FOR

Gian Lorenzo Bernini

DORA CHALLENGE

(1876 — 1957)

ALL MATERIAL WERE USED
FOR EDUCATIONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL PURPOSES ONLY AND BELONG TO IT’S OWNERS

DESIGNED
BY

AURIGNACIAN

Michelangelo

Dribbble

Dribbble

(1876 — 1957)

ABOUT 35–40,000 BP

PLACE OF ORIGIN

The history of art is rich with masterpieces made from every imaginable material. The sculpture is a form of art in which form is created from a solid piece of material by removing or retaining material. Sculpture plays a vital role in art because of the large number of materials needed to make it

Alexandros of Antioch

(1757 — 1822)

(1475 — 1564)

Michelangelo

(1757 — 1822)

Alexandros of Antioch

(1386 — 1466)

Behance

Behance

210 — 209 BC

CLAY, METAL, CERAMICS, WOOD, ETC.

VITALIY KASHTANOV

1501 — 1504

Qin Shi Huang workers

A GREAT SCULPTURE CAN ROLL DOWN A HILL WITHOUT BREAKING

1846 — 1884

Qin Shi Huang workers

Gian Lorenzo Bernini

Hagesandros & Polydoros & Athenedoros

— ADOLPH "AD" REINHARDT