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True and pure sculpture

Frank Dobson 1886-1963 : a Kettles Yard exhibition, toured by the Arts Council of Great Britain.

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      • Exhibition shown at Kettles Yard, Cambridge, 4 July - 9 August 1981; Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston, 5 September - 3 October 1981; Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, 10 October - 8 November 1981; City Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham, 21 November - 3 January 1982.

        StatementKettles Yard
        PublishersKettles Yard
        LC Classifications1981
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 57 p. :
        Number of Pages81
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100907074103

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I think that is why many of the replicas have a red eyeline. French Baroque sculpture was exemplified by 1628-1715a sort of French Algardi, and his rival 1640-1720 whose looser style was still relatively restrained compared to Bernini, and 1620-94 who was one of the very few sculptors to recapture the immediacy of Bernini's best work.

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At least NFTs are usually tied to actual work of art they did and you and everyone else can admire that work and get some kind of enjoyment out of it. That just kicks the can down the road. Kind of a retro move now in the age of NFTs and Patreon, but there's a history to it, even if this is probably one of the least interesting examples it I've seen [1] Maybe there's something wrong with me, but I'm very much into conceptual art.

Historically, nearly all Kings, Popes and tyrants have recognized the propaganda effect of inspirational sculpture. 10,000-4,000 BCE witnessed more bas-reliefs and free standing sculpture such as the anthropomorphic figurines unearthed in Nevali Cori and near Urfa in eastern Turkey, and the statues of Lepenski Vir eg. Modern tyrants, from Stalin to Saddam Hussein, have errected statues as monuments to their glorious rule. In the field of the heroic male nude he remains the supreme exponent.

Interpretation [ ] Ahimelech's death was seen as a partial fulfilment of the curse on the House of Eli — that none of Eli's male descendants would live to old age; the other part of the curse on the House of Eli — that the priesthood would pass out of his descendants — was fulfilled when Abiathar was deposed from the office of High Priest.