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Fun Corner: Romantic Sculptures

asked Nov 13, 2017 in Questions by longhands1 (78,355 points)
edited Nov 13, 2017 by longhands1

Sculptures That Are So Beautiful You Won’t Believe They Aren’t Real

If you are one of those people who love sculptures, then this article is something for you. Those who study history and art are somewhere or the other aware of these beautiful sculptures. Even those who have read books by Dan Brown know something or the other about them. To explain what sculptures are would be a stupidity. They probably are one of the finest forms of art. These beautiful creations by certain artists are so lifelike and beautiful that for a moment, you would feel that they are not real.

France, Italy and even Germany are some of the countries full of such beauties. Sculptures by Auguste Rodin or Pietro Canonica or Giovanni Bernini are simply the best. These used to adorn palaces, temples, cemeteries and what not. These beautiful sculptures are the proof of the rich heritage we have. Also, how art can get unrealistic at times. The Rape of Proserpina and The Rape of Polyxena are literally two of the oldest artifacts ever made. It would be wrong to even talk about them or describe their beauty in words when visuals can easily portray their true nature.

Here are some Sculptures that are so beautiful that you won’t believe they aren’t real!

Satyr and Bacchante, Jean-Jacques Pradier, France

The Monumental Cemetry in Milan, unknown sculptor, Italy

The Eternal Idol, Auguste Rodin, France

The Abyss,Pietro Canonica, Italy

The Rape of Polyxena, Pio Fedi, Italy

Adam and Eve, Gail Caulfield, USA

Venus and Adonis, Antonio Canova, Italy

The Medici Fountain, Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris, France

The Kiss, Auguste Rodin, France

Love is Blue, mini-sculpture, Germany

Sacrifice,Leonardo Bistolfi, Italy

The Kiss, Yves Pires, France

Psyche Revived by Cupid’s Kiss, Antonio Canova, Italy

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