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ART 101 Appendix D - Francois Auguste Rene Rodin 1886...

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Axia College Material Appendix D Sculpture: Mediums and Process Complete the following chart with examples of each type of sculpture. Fill in the title of the artwork, the artist, the year made, and the medium. In the last column, determine whether the work is additive, subtractive, or neither. Type of Sculpture Title Artist Date Medium Additive, Subtractive, or Neither Carving David Michelangelo 1501 Marble Sculpture Subtractive Carving The Kiss
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Unformatted text preview: Francois Auguste Rene Rodin 1886 Marble Sculpture Subtractive Modeling Case of Bottles Robert Arneson 1964 Glazed ceramic and glass Sculpture Additive Casting The Burghers of Calais Auguste Rodin 1884 Bronze Sculpture Additive Assemblage Monticello Charlottesville Thomas Jefferson 1770 Architecture Additive Earthworks Spiral Jetty Robert Smithson 1970 Black rock, salt crystals, earth, and red water algae Additive...
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  • Spring '09
  • Auguste Rodin, Sculpture Bronze Sculpture, Francois Auguste Rene Rodin Robert Arneson Auguste Rodin, Subtractive Subtractive Additive, Monticello Thomas Charlottesville Jefferson Earthworks Spiral Jetty Robert Smithson

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