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LPT
   means   
Low Pain Threshold
Knut Steen
   was a   
Sculptor
Norwegian, b. 1924
Italian 20c
   has   
A Sculpture
By Umberto Boccioni, leader of the Italian futurist school. Note the 7 indents or scallops on the edge.
Phidias
   was a   
Greek Sculptor
Works include the Statue of Zeus at Olympia; c. 480-430 BC
734
   represents   
Sculpture from Ca. 500 to 1399
Minette Walters
   won the award for   
The Sculptress
1994
Takis
   was a   
Sculptor
1925 - 2019. Kinetic sculptures exploring links between science and art
Praxiteles
   was a   
Greek Sculptor
4th c. BC; first to sculpt the nude female form in a life-size statue
Cupid Sculpture
   was perpetrated by   
Michelangelo
In order to make ends, together with a friend he created a fake cupid which they aged in order to make it look ancient. The forgery wasn’t discovered for several years. Michelangelo was allowed to keep his share of the money because the statue was sculpted extremely well.
Lysippus
   was a   
Greek Sculptor
Together with Scopas and Praxiteles, of the three greatest sculptors of the Classical era, 4th c. BC
Minette Walters
   won the award for   
The Sculptress
1994
Sculpture
   in Spanish is   
Escultura
735
   represents   
Sculpture from 1400
Henry Moore, Auguste Rodin, Constantin Brancusi
   are all   
Sculptors
Tina Allen
   was a   
Sculptor
Her monumental sculptures of prominent African Americans through history included A. Philip Randolph, Martin Luther King Jr., Celes King III, Dr. Charles Drew, Frederick Douglass, author Alex Haley and abolitionist Sojourner Truth – fill public spaces across the United States. b. 9 December 1955 (Hempstead, New Yrok, USA) d. 9 September 2008 (Northridge, California)
Bertrand Russell
   said   
"Mathematics, Rightly Viewed, Posses Not Only Truth, but Supreme Beauty a Beauty Cold and Austere, Like That of Sculpture"
English logician and philosopher
733
   represents   
Greek, Etruscan, Roman Sculpture
Puffball
   has the Latin name   
Calbovista Subsculpta
Edible when young
Alberto Giacometti
   was a   
Sculptor
1901-1966
Minette Walters
   wrote   
The Sculptress
1993. The Edgar Allan Poe Award in America and the Macavity Award
Scopas
   was a   
Greek Sculptor
C. 395-350 BC; sculpted parts of the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
   is situated in   
Washington D.C., U.S.A.
Part of the Smithsonian Institution. Modern and contemporary art.
Sculpted Puffball
   has the Latin name   
Calvatia Sculpta
Edible when young
730
   is the sub-category for   
Sculpture
Tiwanaku Sculpture
   was made in   
Bolivia
Andesite, c. 500; in situ, Tiwanaku
732
   represents   
Sculpture to Ca. 500
Sculptor
   constellation represents   
The Sculptor
Charles Edenshaw
   is famous for being a   
Haida Chief and Sculptor
B. British Columbia. circa 1839-1920
St Claude
   is patron saint of   
Sculptors
731
   represents   
Processes, Forms, Subjects of Sculpture
Polyclitus
   was a   
Greek Sculptor
Along with Myron, Phidias and Kresilas, one of the most important sculptors of classical antiquity
27th
   anniversary is associated with the modern gift of   
Sculpture
Pierre Toutain-Dorbec
   created the sculpture   
Sculptures Récentes, 1995
730
   represents   
Plastic Arts Sculpture






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