The morning prayer sculpture was sculpted by Italian artist Puttinati. It depicts a woman kneeling and praying.

Morning Prayer Sculpture

The morning prayer sculpture was sculpted by Italian artist Puttinati. It depicts a woman kneeling and…

Renaissance sculpture of Moses by Michael Angelo.

Moses Sculpture

Renaissance sculpture of Moses by Michael Angelo.

Renaissance sculpture of Nymph by Goujon.

Nymph Sculpture

Renaissance sculpture of Nymph by Goujon.

Renaissance sculpture of St. George by Donatello in Florence.

St. George Sculpture

Renaissance sculpture of St. George by Donatello in Florence.

A representation of an Assyrian griffin that adorned their buildings prior to the Persian conquest.

Sculptured Griffin from the Sculptures in the Ruins of Nineveh

A representation of an Assyrian griffin that adorned their buildings prior to the Persian conquest.

The She-Wolf of the Capitol. Etruscan." —D'Anvers, 1895

She-wolf

The She-Wolf of the Capitol. Etruscan." —D'Anvers, 1895

"Shell-work, Hôtel Cluny, Paris. In decorative design, especially carved or modeled, a motive which imitates or is suggested by the forms of shells." -Whitney, 1911

Shell Work

"Shell-work, Hôtel Cluny, Paris. In decorative design, especially carved or modeled, a motive…

"A group of Greek soldiers, drawn from sculptured figures in the temple pediment."—Gordy, 1912

Greek Soldiers

"A group of Greek soldiers, drawn from sculptured figures in the temple pediment."—Gordy, 1912

A Sphinx is a zoomorphic mythological figure which is depicted as a recumbent lion with a human head.

Sphinx

A Sphinx is a zoomorphic mythological figure which is depicted as a recumbent lion with a human head.

The Sitting Sphinx is a modern French Andiron design that was sculpted by Piat.

Sitting Sphinx

The Sitting Sphinx is a modern French Andiron design that was sculpted by Piat.

An antique sculpture.

Statue

An antique sculpture.

This statue is of Saer de Quincy. He was one of the leaders of the baronial rebellion against King John of England.

Statue

This statue is of Saer de Quincy. He was one of the leaders of the baronial rebellion against King John…

The statuette is a small statue that is small enough to be picked up by hand. This statuette depicts an Indian fruit girl.

Statuette

The statuette is a small statue that is small enough to be picked up by hand. This statuette depicts…

The statuette is a small statue that is small enough to be picked up by hand. This statuette depicts a water-bearer.

Statuette

The statuette is a small statue that is small enough to be picked up by hand. This statuette depicts…

"The relief pictures an ancient Italian sacrifice of a bull, a ram, and a boar, offered to Mars to secure purification from sin. Note the sacred laurel trees, the two altars, and the officiating magistrate, whose head is covered with the toga. He is sprinkling incense from a box held by an attendant. Another attendant carries a ewer with the libation. In the rear is the sacrificer with his ax."—Webster, 1913

Suovetaurilia

"The relief pictures an ancient Italian sacrifice of a bull, a ram, and a boar, offered to Mars to secure…

The sculpture symbol is a modern design that symbolizes architecture. It was designed by sculptor Hauptmann Dresden.

Sculpture Symbol

The sculpture symbol is a modern design that symbolizes architecture. It was designed by sculptor Hauptmann…

The Marlborough Testimonial is a sculpture depicting John Duke of Marlborough, writing the dispatch of his great victory at Blenheim on a drum-head.

Marlborough Testimonial

The Marlborough Testimonial is a sculpture depicting John Duke of Marlborough, writing the dispatch…

An example of the work of renowned English sculptor, John Flaxman, from illustrations to Homer.

The Conflict between Diomede and Mars

An example of the work of renowned English sculptor, John Flaxman, from illustrations to Homer.

"Figures sculptured in one of the tombs discovered by Belzoni, near Thebes, which represent captives of different nations brought before their Egyptian conqueror, four Jews are supposed to have been introduced after the manner shown." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Thebes

"Figures sculptured in one of the tombs discovered by Belzoni, near Thebes, which represent captives…

"The column was originally surmounted by a colossal statue of Trajan (replaced in the seventh century by one of St. Peter), and contains no less than 2500 human figures and a great number of horses." —D'Anvers, 1895

Relief of Trajan Column

"The column was originally surmounted by a colossal statue of Trajan (replaced in the seventh century…

This statuette vase is designed in an Elizabethan style. The statuettes represent Newton, Bacon, Shakespeare, and Watt, commemorating Astronomy, Philosophy, Poetry and Mechanics.

Statuette Vase

This statuette vase is designed in an Elizabethan style. The statuettes represent Newton, Bacon, Shakespeare,…

An ancient Greek statue and one of the most famous pieces of ancient Greek sculpture.

Venus de Milo

An ancient Greek statue and one of the most famous pieces of ancient Greek sculpture.

The famous ancient Greek statue, Venus de Milo.

Venus de Milo

The famous ancient Greek statue, Venus de Milo.

This is a sculture of the Greek goddess Nike.

Victory

This is a sculture of the Greek goddess Nike.

Houdon's portrait sculpture of Washington was the result of a specific invitation by Benjamin Franklin to cross the Atlantic specifically to visit Mount Vernon, so that Washington could model for him. Washington sat for wet clay life models and a plaster life mask in 1785.

Houdon's Mask of Washington

Houdon's portrait sculpture of Washington was the result of a specific invitation by Benjamin Franklin…

The marble sculpture, Winged Victory of Samothrace.

Winged Victory of Samothrace

The marble sculpture, Winged Victory of Samothrace.

A sculpture of a woman holding a writing utensil and a document.

Woman Sculpture

A sculpture of a woman holding a writing utensil and a document.

A sculpture of a woman with a lyre.

Statue of a Woman

A sculpture of a woman with a lyre.

This wood carving represents spring which is symbolized by forty-seven varieties of plants.

Wood Carving

This wood carving represents spring which is symbolized by forty-seven varieties of plants.

A sculpture of John Wycliffe, an English theologian, lay preacher, translator and reformist. Wycliffe was an early dissident in the Roman Catholic Church during the 14th century. His followers are known as Lollards, a somewhat rebellious movement which preached a legalistic Gospel. He is considered the founder of the Lollard movement, a precursor to the Protestant Reformation (for this reason, he is sometimes called "The Morning Star of the Reformation"). He was one of the earliest opponents of papal authority influencing secular power.

Sculpture of John Wycliffe

A sculpture of John Wycliffe, an English theologian, lay preacher, translator and reformist. Wycliffe…