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"Portrait sculpture" is a book by William Carter Wescott.
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by Deyao Tan
The head portrait sculpture is an image-sequence object including 32 pictures. When the camera (eye) moves, the images switch smoothly. The three pictures in figure 3 are different effects from three viewing directions, and the last one are ...
by John Plowman
Portrait sculpture has always existed in other cultures, too. Egyptian, African, and Mexican sculpture spring to mind, and as these have all become accessible through museums and publications, they have had an enormous influence on ...
A Daily Life Encyclopedia by James W. Ermatinger
Portrait Sculpture. https:// www.boundless.com/art‐history/the‐romans/the‐republic/ portrait‐sculpture/.
by Joan M. Marter
Christman: Gaston Lachaise: Portrait Sculpture ( Washington, ...
A Daily Life Encyclopedia by Peter Lacovara
head of a priest, commonly known as the “Boston Green Head,” is perhaps the finest portrait sculpture known from the Late Period. It depicts an elderly man with a bald pate, usually a signifier of priestly office because priests had to be ...
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