Sculpture: Head

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Raffaelo Monti, Veiled Lady C. my wife Elizabeth & I enjoyed seeing this in Minneapolis. Online Drawing, Marble Art, Indigenous Art, Sacred Art, Old Art, Figure Drawing, Sculpting, Art Drawings, Art Photography

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Medardo Rosso: Second Impressions (Harvard University Art Museums) Sculpture Head, Sculpture Painting, Lion Sculpture, Contemporary Sculpture, Contemporary Paintings, Italian Sculptors, Harvard Art Museum, Harvard University, Auguste Rodin

A Major Exhibition Recasts the Influence of Italian Sculptor Medardo Rosso

Peers like Auguste Rodin may have overshadowed Rosso, but time has vindicated him as a decisive contributor to the birth of Modernism.

'Constructed Head Naum Gabo was a pioneer of the Russian Constructivist art movement. His work utilized what is known as "stereometric construction," by which form is achieved through the description of space rather than mass. Contemporary Sculpture, Contemporary Art, 3d Figures, Kinetic Art, Scrap Metal Art, Art Walk, Land Art, Art Plastique, Oeuvre D'art

Naum Gabo 'Constructed Head #2'

Naum Gabo 'Constructed Head #2', 1916, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas

Akhenaten, fragment from Amarna Ancient Egypt Dynasty ca. Details a common Amarna family trait in the narrow nose bridge and full lips Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Egypt, Ancient History, African History, African Art, Black History, Art History, Pin Up, African Diaspora

Akhenaten, fragment from Amarna

Ancient Egypt Dynasty 18, ca. 1363-1347 B.C. Limestone

Portrait Vessel of a Ruler Moche Peru 100 BCE - 500 CE, Ceramic. Art Institute of Chicago. Photo by Mary Harrsch. Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Mayan History, Peruvian Art, Art Premier, Equador, Mesoamerican, Art Sculpture, Art Institute Of Chicago

Portrait Vessel of a Ruler Moche Peru 100 BCE-500 CE Ceramic (2)

Photographed at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

 BCE) Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa - a friend and son-in-law of Emperor Augustus, and his most illustrious general. BC – 12 BC Roman consul, statesman, general and architect Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Ancient Aliens, Roman History, Art History, European History, American History, Roman Sculpture

Marcus Agrippa (Italian General) He first served under Julius Ceasar after Ceasar's assassination he became the General under Octavius and defeated Mark Anthony and Cleopatra at the battle of Actium. He enlarged the empire and brought it such wealth the emperor Octavius claimed,"I started my reign in brick and ended it in Marble." (Rome)