Sculpture inside and out [by] Malvina Hoffman.

New York, W.W. Norton and Company [1939] .

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George Washington
Mt. Vernon campus stacks
NB1140 .H6 Available Request
Mt. Vernon campus stacks
NB1140 .H6 1939 Available Request
Visual Arts Collection (N-NX,TR) Lower Level
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Subjects Bildnerisches Gestalten.
Plastische kunst.
Sculpture -- Technique.
Theorie en praktijk.
Description 330 pages including illustrations, plates, diagrams 26 cm
Copyright Date [1939]
Notes "First edition."
Summary "Part I includes a brief historical outline of sculpture and is enlivened by anecdotes and personal experiences with Rodin, Mestrovic, Brancusi and other famous artists. In Part II Miss Hoffman takes the reader behind the scenes and shows what goes on in the sculptor's studio ... lavishly illustrated with photographs taken in collaboration with experts and technicians"--Cover.
Contents Origin of form -- A brief outline of sculpture -- The timelessness of art -- "Having eyes, see ye not?" -- Can sculpture be taught? -- Suggestions for a practical art center -- The sculptor's studio -- Anatomy, the human machine -- Drawing and modeling -- Carving -- Garden and architectural sculpture -- Reliefs and medals -- Animals -- Enlarging and reducing -- Photography and lighting -- Plaster and terra cotta -- Bronze -- Originals or fakes?
Network Numbers (OCoLC)517773
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WorldCat Identities Hoffman, Malvina, 1887-1966.
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