How should I look at a sculpture? Is a crumpled up ball of paper a sculpture? Do all sculptures last a long time? Sculptures are different than other types of art because they are three-dimensional. We can look all around them. We can even touch some sculptures. But what do they all mean? Why do the artists make them? This book will show you some very different kinds of sculptures, from the Ancient Greeks to the very modern. It will also explain what the artists might have been trying to say with their sculptures.
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