|sculptor, sculptress, sculpture||sculp.|
|3-dimensional sculpture or cast of a person or animal||stat. (statue)|
|abstract sculpture made of various parts that are affixed to an immovable frame, not changing chemically, sculpture attached to something, see also:mobile, stable, firm, lasting||stabile|
|aid to those in need, bas-relief, diverting contrast, easement, alleviation; liberation, release; support provided to the needy; embossment, sculpture in which the forms project outward from the surface; aid, assistance; person who fills the role of an...||relief|
|Amedeo Modigliani (1884-1920), Italian expressionist painter and sculptor; family name||Modigliani|
|armor, protective covering; framework around which an artist forms a sculpture; part of an electric generator, framework for a sculpture, keeper, keeper for magnet, moving part in electromagnetic device, protective part||armature|
|asymmetrical pose in sculpture||contrapposto|
|Auguste Rodin (1840-1917), French sculptor (well-known for his work "The Thinker")||Rodin|
|basso-relievo, basso-rilievo, flat sculpture, high relief, low relief, sculpture in which the carved images project slightly from the background surface (Art), piece of bas-relief, see also:low relief||bas-relief|
|be sculptor, carve or model material, change shape of something naturally, create three-dimensional artwork using any of several techniques (carving, modeling, welding, etc.); form, mold, make sculpture||sculpt|
|body of a human being without the head or arms and legs; image of a body lacking limbs or the head, sculpture, something with parts missing, upper body||torso|
|carved groove in ancient Greek architecture, carved symbol or character, character in font, modern symbolic character, small decorative sculpture of a figure, carving; heiroglyph, picture used to represent a word or idea; symbol that conveys an idea no...||glyph|
|carving wood, engraving in wood; wood sculpture, something carved from wood||woodcarving|
|characterized by fame, conventional, of or pertaining to an icon; having the characteristics of an icon; made according to tradition, executed in a conventional design or pose (Sculpture), typical of a religious icon||iconic|
|Edgar Degas (1834-1917), French painter and sculptor famous for his portrayal of scenes from everyday life; family name||Degas|
|female sculptor, woman who creates three-dimensional artwork; woman who molds or shapes||sculptress|
|fine arts (painting, sculpture, etc.)||beaux arts|
|Henri Matisse (1869-1954), French painter and sculptor, leader of the Fauvist movement; family name||Matisse|
|irregularly shaped sculpture, self-contained linguistic unit||free form|
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