The sculpture is a three-dimensional object created with various mediums as a way of expression. For several centuries, humans have made use of sculptures. It is believed that the first-ever sculptural piece was made in hopes to help hunters while hunting. Over the decades, its purpose evolved in such a way that by the beginning of civilization, many used them as a symbol of gods.
The sculpture represents a variety of techniques, styles, and art movements in its creations. Read on to know about some of the most popular ones.
Greek sculpture and carving became widely recognized for the depiction of forms of humans and gods. The style is also commonly known as the Hellenistic style.
Another style that has earned the attention of many collectors is the High Renaissance style. Originated in Italy, the High Renaissance style was derived from classic techniques and subjects. It has transformed the way people perceive art and has influenced several art movements since.
While Renaissance is known to incorporate naturalism, the Baroque style is widely recognized for employing dynamism art movement into sculpture. The style can be identified by elaborative details and intricate designs.
The introduction of the Rococo style led to the end of the Baroque art movement. Rococo is featured as sensational, detailed, and colorful.
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