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by Mary Jane Opie

Author: Mary Jane Opie
Subcategory: Sculpture
Language: English
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Publishing (October 1994)
Category: Photo and Art
Rating: 4.6
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Mary-Jane Opie (Author). This book is aimed at the neophyte or perhaps even the young adult. For readers who are seeking more, Nicholas Penny's excellent The Materials of Sculpture (Yale Univ. P. 1993) is highly recommended

Mary-Jane Opie (Author). 1993) is highly recommended. A possibility for public libraries.

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Categories: Non-graphic Art Forms. Eyewitness Art: 13 Sculpture. By (author) Mary-Jane Opie.

This work examines sculpture, the most ancient and basic art form of all, both in Western and non-Western settings. The author also reveals the techniques and revolutionary styles that make modern sculpture one of the most sophisticated art forms today. He examines models, sketches, and writings that show how individual pieces were achieved. From Booklist: Gr. 7-12. From the Eyewitness Art series, this book surveys the history of sculpture.

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Dorling Kindersley Eyewitness Art Series. London Metropolitan University. Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design (CASS). London, United Kingdom.

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This work examines sculpture, the most ancient and basic art form of all, both in Western and non-Western settings. The author also reveals the techniques and revolutionary styles that make modern sculpture one of the most sophisticated art forms today. He examines models, sketches, and writings that show how individual pieces were achieved.