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Ojo y Rostro del David de Miguel Ángel, El Renacimiento. Por, Ram G.

Ojo y Rostro del David de Miguel Ángel, El Renacimiento. Por, Ram G.

I just voted on Joe Cruz's  submission in the Saatchi Online Showdown art competition! Vote for your favorites.

Joe Cruz caught our eye at this year's Design Junction. Cruz is a freelance artist who dabbles in art, graphics, fashion and.

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Marcus Aurelius, Bronze, Louvre Fragment of a bronze portrait. Roman artwork, after 170 CE. (via amare-habeo)

Not that my little clay faces look like this, but a good reminder that my collections of faces could benefit from the expressive use of sculpted hands as well. Rostro de mujer maquillada, Marc Sijan                                                                                                                                                      More

Not that my little clay faces look like this, but a good reminder that my collections of faces could benefit from the expressive use of sculpted hands as well. Rostro de mujer maquillada, Marc Sijan More

Lucien Freud / John Minton - Lucien Freud have been my long time favourite modern artist...Great discovery he was!

Lucian Freud / John Minton - Lucien Freud have been my long time favourite modern artist.Great discovery he was!

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WEEK Graphite ILLUSTRATOR: Alvin Chong MATERIALS: biro/fine liner pen WHY I LIKE IT: This continous line illustration is captivating due to the light and shade created with shading and lifework. this work could have been done in pencil hence gained ins

Viejo Torlonia, (h 70 a.C.) Roma, Museo Torlonia, mármol: cabeza y cuello colocados sobre busto moderno muestran intencn de inmortalizar rasgos propios sin ninguna idealizacn en todo su verismo: arrugas de la frente, alrededor de los ojos, mejillas y cuello, acercando el retrato a la representativa funeraria romana: imagines maiorum.

A Roman Patrician with Busts of his Ancestors, late C BCE Marble, lifesize Roman Republican period

Uknown author (erroneously called Seneca, possibly the poet Hesiod), head of Roman sculpture (marble), 2nd century AD, (Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Rome).

Head so-called Pseudo-Seneca (Hesiod? (Photo by Sergey Sosnovskiy).

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