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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 19th Century Late sculpture Late 19th century sculpture places emphasis on the artist's directinfluence, or hand in the artwork. The artist would sculpt the work in clay and cast it in bronze afterward. Many times an artist would go back and add further details tothe piece that he hadn't included earlier.This actwas used as an analogy to the loose brushstrokesfound in Impressionist paintings;the artist's personal touch. Most of these works were done as commissionsfor wealthy families of other associations. Many ofwhich are allegorical to different historic events.This art movement started and became predominate in France. ~ Agustus Saint-Gaudens~1891~ bronze~Located in Rock Creek Cemetary Washington D.C.~Memorial dedicated to wife of Henry Adams~ No date, signature, or figure name~Solitary and serene~ Hidden ~ Agustus Saint-Gaudens~1884-1886~ bronze~ Located in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York~ A memorial commemorating the Civil War~ High relief of Colonel Shaw leading the first African-American soldiers to war.~ Great representation of the soldiers' ages~ Attention to military detail "Burghers of Calais" "Shaw Memorial" "Adams Memorial" ~ Auguste Rodin ~ 1884-1886~ bronze~ Located in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York~ Six Burghers offer their lives to the English King in return for saving their besieged city during the Hundred Years War.~ Figures were sculpted individually and then arranged.~ Different emotions are portrayed~ Reduced details to emphasize overall effect~ Meant to be placed on ground level so people could see it close up. Artists to Know : ~Agustus Saint-Gaudens~ Auguste Rodin Other Artists : ~ Camille Claudel High Flyers Other examples " The Three Shades" " The Thinker" " The Age of Maturity" ~ Auguste Rodin~1886~ bronze~ Located in Raleigh, N.C.~ Depicts the Three Shades in the Underworld, inspired from Dante's the "Divine Comedy" ~ All three figures are identical! ~ Auguste Rodin~1903~ bronze~ Located in Paris, France~ personification of Dante, author of the "Divine Comedy" ~ Camille Claudel~ 1902~ bronze~ allegory to ageing
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