• Michael Parkes: Stone Lithographs-Bronze Sculptures 1982-1996

    Hard to Find book

    • Brand: Brand: Steltman Editions
    • ASIN: 9071867110

  • Indian Bronze Masterpieces: the great tradition

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    • Brand: Brand: Antique Collectors Club Ltd
    • ASIN: 8171070116

  • Handmade European Bronze Sculpture Limited Edition Collector Edition Love you This Much by Mavchi Bronze Statue -3X-ST-085-Decor Collectible Gift

    He boldly stands in the buff with a look of fearless determination. This proud gay man stretches his muscular arms in front of him and poses for his admirers. Proving he knows no shame he showcases how well endowed he is, which is Just one example of his gorgeous body. He is a lean and muscular model. Take a gander at his chiseled torso and chest. Please try not to faint. He would be right at home at New York's Chippendale's and would drive all the guys and dolls mad with desire. This confident stud was cast using the "Lost Wax Method". 100% handmade bronze and carefully detailed this is a priceless unlimited edition piece of work and is signed and numbered by artist Mavchi.

    • Color: Bronze
    • Brand: Bronzioni
    • ASIN: B01M2X2NQ8

  • Japanese for Busy People III: The Workbook for the Third Revised Edition incl. 1 CD (Japanese for Busy People Series)

    The Workbook for the Revised 3rd Edition of Japanese for Busy People III offers readers longer and more complex reading passages familiarize you with new vocabulary and the conventions used in Japanese writing. It can be used either in tandem with the main text or as a self-study aid.

    • ASIN: 4770030363

  • Art of the Renaissance Bronze: The Robert H. Smith Collection, Expanded Edition

    This second and expanded edition of Bronzes 1500-1600, published in 1992, contains further major acquisitions which have greatly enhanced the collection. This book serves at once as a catalogue of one of the finest private collections of such ronzes ever formed and as an introduction to the artists who made such sculptures, the subjects they represent, the purposes some of the works originally served and the settings for which some of them were made. A separate essay provides a lucid account of the ways in which the sculptures were modelled, cast, assembled, tooled and colored.

    • Brand: Brand: Philip Wilson Publishers
    • ASIN: 0856675903
    • UPC: 884845271517

  • Renaissance Master Bronzes from the Collection of the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

    Wonderful clear photo's of master works from the Renaissance from the collection of the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

    • Brand: Brand: Olympic Marketing Corp
    • ASIN: 0865280347

  • National Museum: Sculpture-Bronzes-Vases

    Larger Black Softcover with Pictorial Cover

    • ASIN: 9607465024

  • Bronze Sculptures (German Edition)

    One of the most important representatives of contemporary sculpture, the German Abraham David Christian made an impressive career: He has gained an excellent reputation since he was nineteen years old, when giving his debut at the documenta 5. Starting off with paper and plaster sculptures, he developed a differentiated use of forms in his later bronzes, on which this book exclusively focuses. Corresponding to Christian's works in paper and plaster, the bronze sculptures testify to the artist's characteristic language, generating universal and timeless significance. Maintaining residences in New York, Düsseldorf, and Hayama (Japan), his works are not committed to Western culture alone, but are visibly open towards various cultural influences.

    • Brand: Brand: Kehrer Verlag
    • ASIN: 3933257301

  • Donald Judd: The Early Works 1955-1968

    Like no other sculptor today, Donald Judd has informed our understanding of art and its relationship to space. The Panoramas Gallery organized his first solo exhibition in 1957, at a time in which he was still focused on painting, yet moving from the flat picture plane towards the third dimension. His cadmium red pictures cut through with stripes or incisions led the viewer to perceive space as self-evident. From there Judd moved toward a complete abandonment of painting, recognizing, in the early 60s, that "actual space is intrinsically more powerful and specific than paint on a flat surface." His switch from painting to sculpture was coincident with a growing interest in architecture and in industrial processes and materials, such as galvanized steel, concrete, plywood, and aluminum, which he used to create large, hollow, Minimalist sculptures. Documented here for the first time is this very crucial development, from the early work of the 1950s to 1968, the point at which Judd's artistic vocabulary reached its complete formation. Numerous works, including previously unrecorded paintings, sculptures, sketches, and works on paper, appear here alongside unpublished documents and texts by Judd himself.

    • ASIN: 1891024515