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The University of Manitoba campuses are located on original lands of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. More

Art Now & Studio Art: Sculpture

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Eli Bornstein

Tripart Hexaplane Construction No.2 2008
Tripart Hexaplane Construction No.2, 2008.

Reference Books

NB Sub Class: Browse the Shelves!

NB1-1952                               Sculpture
NB1-50                                  General
NB60-1115                             History
NB1120-1133                          Study and teaching
NB1134-1134.4                       Competitions
NB1135-1150                          General works
NB1160-1195                          Designs and technique
NB1199-1200                          Restoration of sculptures
NB1203-1270                          Special materials
NB1272-1291                          Mobiles, color, sculpture gardens, etc.
NB1293-1895                          Special forms
NB1293-1310                            -Portrait sculpture
NB1312-1313                            -Equestrian statues
NB1330-1685                            -Sculptural monuments
NB1750-1793                            -Religious monuments and shrines
NB1800-1880                            -Sepulchral monuments
NB1910-1952                           Special subjects

Journal Articles

If you are searching for articles on a sculpture project, technique, or sculptor, search the ARTbibliographies Modern Database.

Sculpture Journals: