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From Torment to Ecstasy: The Sculpture of Alonso Berruguete
St. Christopher stares directly at me, and in a heartbeat I feel what he feels—even my mouth mirrors his. This realization, and level of intimate communion, makes me feel more ...
May 10, 2020
‘Laocoön and His Sons’: Suffering Unabated, Frozen and Forever
According to the ancients, our actions have consequences. The whole of the world expresses itself by way of ...
August 19, 2019
Learning From the Classics: ‘Farnese Hercules’
Helen Valentine, senior curator at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, shares her short talk on the ...
March 6, 2019
The Pure Ecstasy of Saint Teresa
Between the years of 1647 and 1652, Gian Lorenzo Bernini produced what is considered his greatest sculpture: “Ecstasy ...
February 11, 2019
Rethinking Rodin as a Bridge
NEW YORK—If you were asked to imagine a sculpture, you would likely conjure an image of a robust man ...
September 29, 2017
Sculptor Charlie Mostow Keeps It Universal
NEW YORK—Charlie Mostow likes to keep things simple—from the singular to the universal. Everything he does, everything he ...
August 11, 2017
Art of Fine Furniture: Carving an Elegant Form of Expression
Sam Forrest stepped around a couple of pieces of furniture so he could reach a window in the ...
December 6, 2015
The Associated Press
The Bloody History of a Waxworks Museum: Madame Tussaud and Her Eerie Creations
Some of Madame Tussaud's first models were the severed heads left by the guillotine of the French Revolution.
February 19, 2015
Artist Builds 60 Tonne Underwater Sculpture in the Bahamas (Video)
On the ocean floor is a hidden secret - a young girl holding up the ceiling of water. ...
October 13, 2014
Excavations Reveal Göbekli Tepe Had Oldest Known Sculptural Workshop
Gobekli Tepe is a very ancient archaeological site located at the top of a mountain ridge in south-eastern ...
September 16, 2014
Pencils Like You’ve Never Seen Them Before, With a Use You Wouldn’t Expect
Tuomas Markunpoika created a collection titled "Amalgamated" to use pencils in a different way.
July 31, 2014
Dancing Faun of Pompeii: Removed From Habitat, Out of Context
The destructive power of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in A.D. 79 effectively ended civic life in Pompeii ...
May 20, 2014
Matthew James Collins
The Art and Anguish of Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux
NEW YORK—It may be that the brightest flames burn out the fastest. Whatever Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux was put on ...
March 9, 2014
The Lost Monuments of Tibet’s Densatil Monastery
NEW YORK—We look to images of deities, in part, for spiritual comfort. We expect their sculptural and painted ...
March 1, 2014
Sydney’s Sculpture by the Sea Broadens Reach of Art (Photos)
For David Handley, founding director of Sydney's Sculpture by the Sea, the 17 years since the event's inception ...
October 23, 2013
Groundbreaking Fine Art Lands in Georgian Scotland
Groundbreaking artworks revealing the history and present persecution of Falun Gong begin global tour in Europe.
October 20, 2013
Sparks Fly in Vladivostok for Dutch Sculptor
The Jetski World Offshore Championship hosted Joshua Pennings' exhibition of powerful animals and fantasy figures.
October 11, 2013
St. George Slaying the Dragon in Prague
There’s always something special in the air every time we get across a statue of St. George slaying ...
July 31, 2013
Sculpture of Saint Elzéar: Taking It on the Cheek
Bodies in medieval sculpture are often expressively distorted, but the gesture of this figure’s head is endlessly fascinating ...
July 26, 2013
Boxer at Rest at the Metropolitan Museum
Exhausted, a boxer, bloodied from a fight, is taking a breather, shoulders hunched, sitting on a stone in ...
June 27, 2013
Prestigious Art Fair Opening in New York
International Fine Art & Antiques Dealers Show will include 65 of the world’s renowned dealers.
October 18, 2012
Meredith Bergmann: Beauty and Irony in Sculpture
Walking along an avenue or through a city park, one is likely to encounter sculptures. They are permanent ...
September 17, 2012
Reading Art: Laocoön and His Sons
“The road to hell is paved with good intentions” is a common expression. Having good intentions is, of ...
August 30, 2012
Wim Van Aalst
Sculptures Become Flash Point for New Renaissance
A new vigor for classical arts is in the air at the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art, ...
March 7, 2012
Sabin Howard: The Man Who Sculpts Gods
Entering Sabin Howard’s studio in the Bronx is a unique experience. Through his lifelike sculptures, the gods’ penetrating ...
March 1, 2012
Lindsey Graham Urges Chuck Schumer to Dismiss Trump Impeachment
CCP Virus Updates: US Death Toll Approaching 400,000
Epoch Times Staff
DC Pedestrians View Inaugural Lockdown With Sadness and Dismay
Trump Lawyer Ousted as Law School Professor
UK Must Not Do Trade Deals With Rights Abusers, Foreign Minister Says
Parler’s Website Back Online With a Message From Its CEO
CCP Virus Outbreaks in Northern China Continue to Worsen
US Prepares for One of the Most Unusual Inaugurations in History
Ugandan Opposition Party Says It Will Challenge Election Result; 2 Dead in Protests
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Temporarily Suspended by Twitter