2 edition of manual of sculpture found in the catalog.
manual of sculpture
Spine title: Ancient sculpture.
|Statement||by George Redford.|
|Series||Illustrated handboos of art-history of all ages|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 274, p., f.p. :|
|Number of Pages||274|
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A Sculptor's Manual focuses on the methods involved in sculpture. The manual first outlines drawing as a manual of sculpture book by which artistic creativity can evolve.
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A range of sculpting materials is covered - from the traditional (such as wood, stone and clay) to the less traditional (such as resin and polystyrene). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Paris, Pierre, Manual of ancient sculpture.
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