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  • Funerary monument - Batak Dairi

    Funerary monument - Batak Dairithingiverse.com
    Funerary monument, Batak Dairi, North of lake Toba, Sumatra, Indonesia, 16-17 century, Stone, Musée du Cinquantenaire (Brussels, Belgium). Ride
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    Oddworlds ABE Bust Sculpture

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    Oddworlds ABE Bust Sculpture
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    Fathers Day Sculpture

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    Fathers Day Sculpture
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    Moai Head in Rano Raraku, Easter Island

    Moai Head in Rano Raraku, Easter Islandmyminifactory.com
    Rano Raraku is a volcanic crater formed of consolidated volcanic ash, or tuff, and located on the lower slopes of Terevaka in the Rapa Nui National Park on Easter Islandin Chile. It was a quarry for about 500 years until the early eighteenth century, and supplied the stone from which about 95% of the island's known monolithic sculptures (moai) were carved. Rano Raraku is a visual record of moai design vocabulary and technological innovation, where 397 moai remain. Rano Raraku is in the World Heritage Site of Rapa Nui National Park and gives its name to one of the seven sections of the park.
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    James Bond Girl  Height 10cmVolume 75,54cm3  Triangles 1175302.Print: dagoma discovery 200With PLA
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    The Spirit of the Dance at The Musée d'Orsay, Paris

    The Spirit of the Dance at The Musée d'Orsay, Parismyminifactory.com
    In 1863 Charles Garnier, the architect of the new Paris Opera, commissioned four sculpted groups by four artists who had won the Grand Prix de Rome to decorate the facade of the building. Carpeaux was to cover the theme of Dance. Over a three-year period, he produced a variety of sketches and models before conveiving this turning farandole of women encirlcling the spirit of dance. The sculptor's main convern was to convey the feeling of movement, and this he achieved through a dual momentum of circular and vertical motion. The leaping spirit dominates the group, urging on the curcle of bacchantes, in unbalanced postures. The public was shocked by the realism of the female nudes, which they judges unseemly; indeed, a bottle of ink was thrown against the sculpture and its removal was requested. However, the war of 1870, followed by the death of Carpeaux, put an end to the controversy.
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    The Bodhisattva Mahasthamaprapta at The Asian Art Museum, San Francisco

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    The Bodhisattva Mahasthamaprapta at The Asian Art Museum, San Francisco
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    The Clarity at The Palace of Versailles, France

    The Clarity at The Palace of Versailles, Francemyminifactory.com
    Carved around 1755 and not installed until 1795 in the Allée nord (north alley) of the Bassin d'Apollon in the gardens of Versaiiles, this marble statue title La Clarté (The Clarity) is the work of Italian artist Lazzaro Baldi, born in Pistoia (Tuscany) in 1624 and died in Rome in 1703. The statue was restored in 2008.
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    The Bread Carrier at The Petit Palais, Paris

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    The bread carrier was a job primarily given to women at the end of the 19th Century. The job would be to carry bread home multiple times a day. The women would carry the bread either in a cart or winin a large blue apron. This is a sculpture depicting a typical 'porteuse de pain' (bread carrier), sculpted by French artist Jules Félix Coutan (Paris, 1848-1939). This piece in the 'Courbet and Realism' section of the Petit Palais is a plaster cast of 1882 used a a replacement from an original bronze statue in the square of Saint-Jacques in Paris, destroyed in 1942.
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    Saturn Abducting Cybele at The Louvre, Paris

    Saturn Abducting Cybele at The Louvre, Parismyminifactory.com
    This is one of the four groups of scenes of abduction (much like 'Boreas Abducting Orithya' by the Marsy brothers, on Scan the World! [1]) created to decorate the ponds of the Park of Versailles, designed by the painter Charles Le Brun in 1674 as a commission for Louis XIV. The two large groups represent the four elements, this one depicts the Earth, which would have been placed close to many other groups of four sculpture sets representing: The elements, The continents, The temperaments of man, The hours of the day, The Poems and The Seasons (many of which can be found here on Scan the World [2]).[1] /object/14164[2] /category/versailles
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    Saint Catherine at The National Art Gallery in Copenhagen, Denmark

    Saint Catherine at The National Art Gallery in Copenhagen, Denmarkmyminifactory.com
    Saint Catherine of Alexandria, also known as Saint Catherine of the Wheel and The Great Martyr Saint Catherine (Greek: ἡ Ἁγία Αἰκατερίνα ἡ Μεγαλομάρτυς) is, according to tradition, a Christian saint and virgin, who was martyred in the early 4th century at the hands of the pagan emperor Maxentius. According to her hagiography, she was both a princess and a noted scholar, who became a Christian around the age of fourteen, and converted hundreds of people to Christianity. She wasmartyred around the age of 18. Over 1,100 years following her martyrdom, St. Joan of Arc identified Catherine as one of the Saints who appeared to her and counselled her.
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    Saint Catherine at the Louvre, Paris

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    Saint Catherine at the Louvre, Paris
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    Reclining Nude at Tate Modern, London

    Reclining Nude at Tate Modern, Londonmyminifactory.com
    This small sculpture is part of a series in which the female nude is treated with increasing abstraction. The reclining figure takes up the languid pose of the odalisque, a traditional view of the female nude, which Matisse regularly used in his paintings and drawings. A balance is struck between the sensual, relaxed curved and the robust form of the supporting arm and shoulder.
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    Reclining Woman at the Izmir International Fair , Turkey

    Reclining Woman at the Izmir International Fair , Turkeymyminifactory.com
    This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.
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    Protestors at the Middelheim Museum

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    Protestors at the Middelheim Museum
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    Psyche at The Louvre, Paris

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    Psyche at The Louvre, Paris
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    Pázmány Péter in Szeged, Hungary

    Pázmány Péter in Szeged, Hungarymyminifactory.com
    Péter Pázmány, S.J. (4 October 1570 – 19 March 1637), was a Hungarian Jesuit who was a noted philosopher, theologian, cardinal, pulpit oratorand statesman. He was an important figure in the Counter-Reformation in Royal Hungary.
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    Prince Charles-Joseph De Ligne in Brussels, Belgium

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    Prince Charles-Joseph De Ligne in Brussels, Belgium
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    Abundance in Brussels, Belgium

    Abundance in Brussels, Belgiummyminifactory.com
    This is one of a pair of sculptures by sculptor Ludovicus Willemssens, the other being 'Prudence'. Both depict the allegories of wealth, personified as young children. With this sculpture, the child holds a bountiful crop of corn and a sort of crown on his head, suggesting a good harvest. Both sculptures feature a signature and a date: 'L.WILLEMSENS.fecit.1700'
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    Parvati at The Asian Art Museum, San Francisco

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    Parvati at The Asian Art Museum, San Francisco
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    Pandora at the Middelheim Museum in Antwerp, Belgium

    Pandora at the Middelheim Museum in Antwerp, Belgiummyminifactory.com
    Edwin Scharff (March 21, 1887 – May 18, 1955) was a German sculptor. He was born in Neu-Ulm and died in Hamburg. Scharff attended the Kunstgewerbeschule (1902–3) in Munich and studied painting at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste from 1904 to 1907. He lived in Paris between 1912 and 1913, where he was influenced by the work of Aristide Maillol and Auguste Rodin. After serving in the German army during World War One, where he was badly wounded, he became a professor of sculpture at the Vereinigte Staatsschulen für Freie und Angewandte Kunst, Berlin (1923). He was removed by the Nazis in 1933, after which he found a position at the Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf (1934–1937).
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    Pan Pursuing Syrinx at The Fine Arts Museum in Brussels, Belgium

    Pan Pursuing Syrinx at The Fine Arts Museum in Brussels, Belgiummyminifactory.com
    This slightly larger than life marble sculpture depicts the narrative of Pan pursuing Syrinx. In a similar structure to Apollo and Daphne, Pan (The God of Nature and sexuality) falls deeply in love with Syrinx, a nymph known for her chastity. Pursued by Pan, she ran to a river's edge and asked for assistance from the river nymphs. In answer, she was transformed into hollow water reeds that made a haunting sound when the god's frustrated breath blew across them. Pan cut the reeds to fashion the first set of pan pipes, which were thenceforth known as syrinx.
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    Seated Nymph at The Cinquantenaire Museum in Brussels, Belgium

    Seated Nymph at The Cinquantenaire Museum in Brussels, Belgiummyminifactory.com
    This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.
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    Night Texture at the Middelheim Museum

    Night Texture at the Middelheim Museummyminifactory.com
    Masayuki Nagare (born February 14, 1923) is a modernist Japanese sculptor, nicknamed "Samurai Artist" for his commitment to traditional Japanese aesthetics. He was born in 1923 inNagasaki to Kojuro Nakagawa, the founder and president of Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto. As a teenager, he received training in the martial artsof a samurai, particularly swordsmanship, and lived in several temples in Kyoto, where he observed the patterns of rocks, plants, and water created by traditional landscape artists. In 1942, he enrolled at Ritsumeikan University, where he studied Shintoism and was apprenticed to a master swordsmith. He left university in 1943 to join the Imperial Japanese Navy and did not return to complete his studies. Nagare served as a Zero Fighter pilot in the Pacific War. After the War, he traveled all over Honshu Island until the mid-1950s, witnessing the desolation of the ruined countryside, developing a thorough understanding of the Japanese landscape, and becoming interested in local crafts such as pottery. His fascination with graveyard tombstones that had survived wartime bombing led to his longtime choice of stone as his preferred medium.
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    Milon of Croton at The Palace of Versailles, France

    Milon of Croton at The Palace of Versailles, Francemyminifactory.com
    Milo was a Greek athlete several times champion of the Olympic and Pythian games. As an old man, he wished to test his vigor by splitting a tree trunk that he found already cleft. His hand remained caught in the stump and he was devoured by wolves. Puget replaced these animals with the nobler figure of a lion and created a composition imbued with baroque passion and drama. Milo's body is writhing in pain and his flesh appears to be shuddering under the chisel's touch. 
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    The Fountain of Minerva in Brussels, Belgium

    The Fountain of Minerva in Brussels, Belgiummyminifactory.com
    The Minerva fountain (Dutch, Minervafontein) is a fountain erected on the Place du Grand Sablon in Brussels thanks to a bequest of Lord Thomas Bruce, 2nd Earl of Ailsebury and 3rd Earl of Elgin, in gratitude to the city for the hospitality he had received during his exile. The sculpture was crated by Jacques Bergé and replaces a fountain since 1751 created in 1661 which used to be a swamp called Zavelpoel.
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    Marble Statue of Demeter at The British Museum, London

    Marble Statue of Demeter at The British Museum, Londonmyminifactory.com
    Demeter is shown seated on a throne. The lower arms are lost, together with the hands, at least one of which probably held a libation bowl or torch. The head was carved separately from the body. The goddess is portrayed as a paradigm of Greek womanhood, serene, mature, motherly and modestly veiled. A statue of her daughter Persephone (now lost) was perhaps shown standing beside her. The sculpture was found in the sanctuary of Demeter at Knidos.
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    Louis-Joseph Seutin in Brussels, Belgium

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    Louis Joseph Seutin (18 October 1793 – 29 January 1862) was a Belgian doctor, surgeon and professor at the Université Libre de Bruxelles.
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    Kouros Fragment in the National Archaeological Museum of Athens, Greece

    Kouros Fragment in the National Archaeological Museum of Athens, Greecemyminifactory.com
    A kouros (Ancient Greek: κοῦρος, plural kouroi) is the modern term given to free-standing ancient Greek sculptures which first appear in the Archaic period in Greece and represent nude male youths. In Ancient Greek kourosmeans "youth, boy, especially of noble rank."
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    Jephthah's Daughter at The Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois

    Jephthah's Daughter at The Art Institute of Chicago, Illinoismyminifactory.com
    Jephthah's Daughter at The Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois
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    Franz Kafka Monument in Prague

    Franz Kafka Monument in Praguemyminifactory.com
    This little square in the middle of Prague's Dusni Street is what the city's famous native, writer Franz Kafka, probably saw each time he looked out of his window. The historic Jewish Quarter in Prague is where Kafka spent most of his life - and often features in his novels and short stories. But despite that, for years there was no permanent memorial to the man who changed the face of 20th century literature. But now, all that has changed.
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    Dugonics András in Szeged, Hungary

    Dugonics András in Szeged, Hungarymyminifactory.com
    Andrew Dugonics (Szeged, October 17th 1740 - Szeged, 25th Juky 1818) was a Pious monk, writer and university professor.
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