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This African art bronze ceramic figurine is hand painted in a three step process to achieve a beautiful professional faux finished bronze art piece. I then finished the bronze sculpture with a coat of matte sealer for protection and durability.

This African art bronze ceramic figurine is hand painted in a three step process to achieve a beautiful professional faux finished bronze art piece. I then finished the bronze sculpture with a coat of matte sealer for protection and durability.

Frank Gehry's Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain by JFS & Spider sculpture un buena estructura arquitectónica con ming tan #feng shui # arquitectura # diseño de interiores www.espaciosawa.com

Bilbao - In the north. An important seaport, and the most important mining and steel manufacturing city in Spain. Bilbao - En el norte. Un importante puerto marítimo, y la más importante ciudad minera y siderúrgica de España.

aquí y ahora: Jean Louis Corby - escultura, bronce

Equilibrio Jean Louis Corby , nació en París el 31 de enero de Estudió en el Liceo Técnico Eucalyptus de...

L'art de cette photo, l'art de cette sculpture...

Psique reanimada por el beso del amor, también llamada El amor de Psique o El beso, es una escultura de mármol de estilo neoclásico que representa a Cupido y Psique, realizada por el escultor Antonio Canova y conservada en el museo del Louvre en París.

Amedeo Modigliani (Livorno, Italy 1884-1920). Painting, sculpture. Expressionism. “Alice” (1915). Oil on canvas.

Amedeo Modigliani (Livorno, Italy 1884-1920). Painting, sculpture. Expressionism. “Alice” (1915). Oil on canvas.

"The Frick Art Reference Library was founded in 1920 to serve “adults with a serious interest in art,” among them scholars, art professionals, collectors, and students. The Library’s book and photograph research collections relate chiefly to paintings, drawings, sculpture, and prints from the fourth to the mid-twentieth centuries by European and American artists. "

"The Frick Art Reference Library was founded in 1920 to serve “adults with a serious interest in art,” among them scholars, art professionals, collectors, and students. The Library’s book and photograph research collections relate chiefly to paintings, drawings, sculpture, and prints from the fourth to the mid-twentieth centuries by European and American artists. "

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