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Lions have been widely used in sculpture to provide a sense of majesty and awe, especially on public buildings. Lions were bold creatures and many ancient cities would have an abundance of lion sculptures to show strength in numbers as well.
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One of the most common purposes of sculpture is in some form of association with religion. Cult images are common in many cultures, though they are often not the colossal statues of deities which characterized ancient Greek art, like the Statue of Zeus at Olympia.
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Romanesque Sculpture (1000-1200): History, Statues, Reliefs, Ottonian Art Styles, Norman Architecture: Cathedrals, Pisa, Abbey of Cluny
A character has been petrified — literally. Transformed into stone (or another inanimate substance) by someone else, the archetypal result is a perfectly sculpted gray (concrete?) statue, complete with matching gray clothes and accessories, frozen in whatever position they were in when the spell took effect, presumably for all time.
The reproduction of the Parthenon in Nashville is a remarkable artistic and architectural achievement. Moreover, it houses the renowned Cowan art collection.
Washington, D.C.: Washington, D.C., capital of the United States, coextensive with the District of Columbia, located on the northern shore of the Potomac River. Often referred to simply as D.C., the city is an international metropolis, a picturesque tourist destination, and an unmatched treasury of the country’s history and artifacts.
Kannon, God or Goddess of Mercy, Sanskrit = Avalokitesvara, Chinese = Guanyin, Buddhism in Japan, Buddhist Art.