Sculptural Art

Whether it's the depiction of a classical statue, the bold dimensional shapes or an actual plywood composition, this edit is for sculptural artworks lovers.

Sculptural art is not defined by a movement or historical period but by the feeling we get when we see the artwork, a sense of weight and volume, even in abstract flat works like Mark Rothko's or David Hardy's. However, Picasso is also a clear example of such work as his cubist shapes, inspired by African tribal masks were highly stylised and defined by bold geometrical bodies that suggested three-dimensional shapes.

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About Sculptural Art

Artworks Featured: 
-Red on Maroon by Mark Rothko, 1959 
-The Alchemist by Adolph Gottlieb, 1945 
-Three Figures and Portrait by Francis Bacon, 1975 
-Untitled (Stairs) by Rachel Whiteread, 2001
-Les Demoiselles d'Avignong by Pablo Picasso, 1907

-Sketch by Constantin Brâncuși

"What greatly attracted me, was how to give material expression to this new space of which I had an inkling. So I began to paint chiefly still lifes, because in nature there is a tactile, I would almost say a manual space" - Octavio Paz

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