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Transcript of SCULPTURE
From Latin Sculptura, art of sculpting.
Plastic Art that performed figures in three dimensions:
HIGH, LENGTH AND WIDTH.
creating volume and forming spaces. High Lenght Width According to method, material and technique, there are three systems to make sculptures: 1 .- Add Method, its materials are: clay, metal, cardboard, wood, objects and techniques are: modeling, welding and gluing. 2 .-Method of Removing, use materials such as stone or wood, and techniques are sculpting and carving. 3 .-Method of Emptying, using the plaster (plaster of high quality), concrete, metal or plastics. Brief tour through history... Prehistoric and primitive peoples, ancient america Aztec Felin Inca ceremonial vessel Inuit dance mask of Alaska Egyptian Sculptures Greek Sculptures Roman Sculptures Middle Ages Renaissance Baroque Rococo Moder Age Romanesque sculpture Gothic sculpture Neoclassical contemporary age contents of this presentation Chilean Sculptors Marta Colvin, 1907 - 1995 Federico Assler, 1929 Sergio Castillo Mario Irarrázabal, 1940 Juan Pablo Langlois, 1936 Amenofis IV, 1.360 a.C. Akenatón y Nefertiti
con sus hijos, 1.345 a.C. Bajorrelieve egipcio Polímedes de Argos, Los hermanos Cleobis y Biton, 615-590 a.C. Ictino, El Partenón, Acrópolis, Atenas,
447-432 a.C. Fidias, Atenea Partenos, 447-432 a.C. Mirón, El discóbolo, 450 a.C. Praxíteles, Hermes con Dionisos joven, 340 a.C. Venus de Milo, 200 a.C. Hagesandro, Laocoonte y sushijos, 175-150 a.C. El Coliseo, Roma, 80 a.C Augustus of Prima Porta, 1st century Arco de triunfo de Tiberio, Orange, 14-37