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The Gates of Hell on which Auguste Rodin worked for two decades,is presently among twenty bronzes outside in the Sculpture Garden of the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University. Designed by Robert Mittelstadt, the concept seeks to evoke the spirit … Continue reading
The ancient marvels of bronze casting and sculpture could not be matched by medieval man. But, they were seen by Donatello, the sculptor who., like Ghiberti, bestrides the opening decades of the Renaissance. It was Donatello who created for the … Continue reading
The long history of bronze has had many dark ages spaced through it, and the lost sculptures overwhelmingly outnumber the survivals. Among them the bronze Colossus of Rhodes, a wonder of the world, stood a hundred and twenty feet high … Continue reading