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The immortal sculptors, painters, and poets have always done exactly what their critics forbade them to do.
His brown hair was somewhat tumbled; for, while the ancient sculptors are said to have known eighteen methods of arranging Minerva's tresses, Passepartout was familiar with but one of dressing his own: three strokes of a large-tooth comb completed his toilet.
Fouquet's friends had transported thither, some their actors and their dresses, others their troops of sculptors and artists; not forgetting others with their ready- mended pens, - floods of impromptus were contemplated.
It was to little purpose that Fouquet had squandered thirty millions of francs in the fountains of his gardens, in the crucibles of his sculptors, in the writing-desks of his literary friends, in the portfolios of his painters; vainly had he fancied that thereby he might be remembered.
We are all sculptors and painters, and our material is our own flesh and blood and bones.
Autumn had already shrivelled their tawny leaves, and their high branches, black and contorted, looked like horrid heads of hair, mingled with quaint reptiles such as the ancient sculptors have made on the head of Medusa.
He was a leading sculptor and his work is frequently praised for its high quality and attention to anatomical accuracy.
A seven-metre-tall tree rescued from Portmeirion has been resurrected by a Gwynedd sculptor.
Sculptor Fouad Na'im told SANA that the forum sheds light on the importance of the basalt stone which Sweida province is famous for and it shows the characteristics of this stone which contribute to enhancing the artistic work.
Village officials told The Post-Journal of Jamestown that they've talked to the sculptor about making changes to the statue's face, but the artist wants as much as $10,000 to alter his artwork.
Along with the exhibition at the Museo Nazionale del Bargello in Florence in 2014, the present show directs further attention to this important sculptor, draughtsman, print designer and, occasionally, painter.
HEAD for the Lawrence Batley Theatre in Huddersfield to see an exhibition which focuses on the work of sculptor Vivien Whitaker and English alabaster, a material soon to be extinct.