Sculptures (including Installation Art)

This artist utilizes the technique of carving to create this sculpture. The detail and attention to detail show one of the oldest ways sculptures were created
This sculpture is an example of the constructivism time period in the sculpture world. This was a big movement during the 1920's in the Soviet Union that solely focused with the working class and the need for scientific art, not fancy art. 
This piece of art represents a kinetic sculpture. The usage of movement in the sculpture puts a modern twist to this art piece making it very unique. This can also be considered installation art because it is using our sense of feeling
This art piece is another example of installation art. It requires the viewers to interact with his/her senses and the environment surrounding the art work.
This art piece represents the some of the major themes during the Neoclassical time era. Created by Antonio Canova, the sculpture represents a in the round type sculpture meaning that it can viewed from many different angles.
This art piece shows a sunken relief sculpture. The piece is concealed between the walls and does not pop out towards viewers. Ancient Egyptian art is known to exclusively be mostly sunken relief sculptures. 
This sculpture here represents a freestanding sculpture. The art piece is meant to only be seen at one point of view putting all the emphasis on that main POV.
This art piece is an example of a low relief scuplture. The characters briefly project out of the walls making the sculpture look less 3-D
This art piece is an example of a high relief sculpture. Most of the characters are popping out of the background putting an emphasis on their actions.
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