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1200 Years of Italian Sculpture
- An illustrated history of sculpture in Italy, by period. Includes author and sculptor indexes.
A Love of Monsters: Gargoyles and Architectural Details in New York City
- Amateur enthusiast Amelia Wilson tours us round the wealth of Gothic Revival carving in New York: creatures real and fantastic, and mock-medieval figures.
Gargoyles Then and Now
- Origins and symbolism of gargoyles and grotesques, with photo tours of their natural habitats in French cathedrals.
Indian Sculpture and Temple Ornamentation
- Images and historical notes by Shishir Thadani relating to Indian sculpture and temple carvings, from Image India.
Origins of Art
- The Museum of the Origins of Man declares that sculpture is more ancient than painting. Illustrated description of stone sculptures of the Lower Paleolithic.
- Ian Swindale and his students in Crete present the history of the magnificent frieze and sculptures from the Parthenon in Athens and the campaign to return to Greece those now in the British Museum.
Sculptured Stones of Early Medieval Scotland
- The University of Glasgow research project aims to create a record of these monuments using traditional and digital techniques, including three dimensional modelling.
The Ancient Reception of Pheidias' Athena Parthenos
- Essay by Kenneth D.S. Lapatin on the visual evidence of the sculpture of Athena Parthenos by Pheidias and the impact it had on classical Athens.
The Gargoyle Hunter
- Amateur photographer Todd Hansell captures gargoyles and grotesques on camera, along with the US Gothic Revival buildings he finds them on.
The Tello Obelisk
- Photographs, description and discussion by James Q. Jacobs of this prehistoric carved granite monolith from Chavín de Huantár in Peru, with bibliography.
Tribute to Four Sculptors from Zimbabwe
- John and Bernard Takawira, Brighton Sango and Henry Munyaradzi created a vital African movement in modern sculpture with their work in serpentine. On-line exhibition.
Wodan Still Speaks
- Photographs by Guido Deseijn and Gerda Verheeke of Romanesque and Gothic sculptures on medieval religious buildings in Europe, suspected to represent the old pagan god Wodan or Odin.
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