The Materials and Methods of Sculpture
"Promises to become a standard reference book." — The Art Digest. Exhaustive, profusely illustrated guide to all of the technical aspects of sculpting in stone, metal, wood, and other materials. The author expertly covers casting, surface treatment, exotic materials such as amber, coal, and even butter! Much more. 281 illustrations.
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THE ANATOMY OF SCULPTURE
THE PLASTIC EARTHS
SURFACE TREATMENT OF METALS
SCULPTURE IN STONE
OTHER SCULPTURAL MATERIALS
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