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Charles-Henri-Joseph Cordier. FRENCH 1827 - 1905. MAURESQUE D'ALGER CHANTANT (MOORISH WOMAN OF ALGIERS SINGING)

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Charles-Henri-Joseph Cordier. FRENCH 1827 - 1905. MAURESQUE D'ALGER CHANTANT (MOORISH WOMAN OF ALGIERS SINGING)

A FRENCH, CIRCA 1856, BRONZE AND GILT BRONZE BUST OF MOORISH WOMAN OF ALGIERS SINGING, BY CHARLES CORDIER

Charles Henri-Joseph Cordier (French, Bust of Moorish woman of Algiers singing. Bronze and gilt bronze, 1856

Bust of Madame Recamier, by Joseph Chinard, French, about 1801-1802   Terracotta. The Getty Center.

Bust of Juliette Récamier - Joseph Chinard [French, 1756 - Date: about 1801 - 1802 Medium: Terracotta

SUSAN WAKEEN Carla 13 x 21 x 8 ½ in.

Fine Art Connoisseur - Prize-Winning Portraits Susan Wakeen, "Carla," oil based clay, 13 x 21 x 8 in. First Place Sculpture

Marble Sculpture ~ By Luigi Pagani (1893-1905) ~ Finely detaild  "Bust of Gypsy" ~ ORIGIN italy ~ Circa 1859-1905

Form Marble Sculpture ~ By Luigi Pagani ~ Finely detaild "Bust of Gypsy" ~ ORIGIN italy ~ Circa

Joseph Chinard (1756-1813) - Portrait présumé de Juliette Récamier

Joseph Chinard (1756-1813) - Portrait présumé de Juliette Récamier

Félicité Sophie de Lannion, duchesse de La Rochefoucauld, at the Age of 29 Years (1745–1830), by Jean -Baptiste Lemoyne the Younger (1704-1778)

Félicité Sophie de Lannion, Duchesse de La Rochefoucauld, at the Age of 29 Years ~Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne the Younger (French, Paris Paris) 1774 French White marble H.

Ziccy: Art By Philippe Faraut

Philippe Faraut is a figurative artist specializing in life-size portrait sculptures and monumental stone sculptures.

Image titled Mix Plaster for Sculpture Step 9

Mix Plaster for Sculpture

Image titled Mix Plaster for Sculpture Step 9

White polyhedric plaster sculpture on a tree trunk                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Nature vs Man Made I was unable to find the artist who created this sculpture, but I think this image is powerful. It directly comments on destruction and creation. Juxtaposing a paper mold growing from a tree makes the viewer think about paper and waste.

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