Henry Moore - The Genius of Plaster Art
In sculpture, gypsum is often considered as a means to create the primary model, which is then used to make more durable work of stone or metal. Nevertheless, it is…

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Romanesque art
Romanesque art, a style of architecture and other branches of art that arose in Western Europe in the 10th century. The term “Romanesque” (French: Romanesque, Spanish: romanico, German: Romanik from…

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The greatest sculptors of the XIX century
The development of sculpture at the beginning of the XIX century is associated with a significant influence of neoclassicism on sculpture and art. Moreover, over the course of a century,…

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Contemporary sculptural art embodied in the best works of MoMA

Classical styles in gypsum stucco and sculpture do not lose their relevance to this day. Refined elements of baroque and neoclassicism still adorn luxurious mansions and the most ordinary apartments. However, with the advent of new interior and architectural trends, people are increasingly striving for minimalism and surrealism. This found expression in contemporary sculptural and plaster art.

To fully appreciate the originality of the modern sculptural style, it is enough to visit the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan in New York. In short, the Museum of Modern Art is called MoMA all over the world. It is here that the largest collection of masterpieces of modern art of the XX and XXI centuries is collected. Consider some of the most famous contemporary sculptures presented at the MoMA Museum.

Auguste Rodin Monument to Balzac (1898)

Experts consider this Auguste Rodin sculpture to be the starting point of a new sculptural style. The creation of this work was commissioned by the literary society as a monument to the outstanding French Continue reading

Amazing stucco molding of the hunting castle Stupinigi
The Stupinigi Hunting Castle is one of the residences of the Royal House of Savoy in northern Italy, included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Built as a royal hunting…

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National Gallery, London, England
In England, as every more or less stubborn student knows, the oldest constitutional monarchy. Therefore, it is customary to think that there, especially in former times, nothing was done without…

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Plaster stucco on the marine theme
At all times, magnificent temples and palaces were erected dedicated to the sea and the noble profession of sailors. Such architectural monuments can be found in Russia, in the countries…

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Amazing stucco molding of the hunting castle Stupinigi
The Stupinigi Hunting Castle is one of the residences of the Royal House of Savoy in northern Italy, included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Built as a royal hunting…

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