A sculpture that only includes the head, perhaps with the neck, is more strictly called a "head", but this distinction is not always observed. A bust is a sculpted or cast representation of the upper part of the human figure, depicting a person's head and neck, and a variable portion of the chest.
Buratino (Russian: Буратино) is the main character of the book The Golden Key, or the Adventures of Buratino (1936) by Aleksey Nikolayevich Tolstoy, which is based on the 1883 Italian novel The Adventures of Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi.
The Cosmopolitan is committed to presenting fresh, innovative, and provocative art that satisfies the cultural sensibilities of its sophisticated guests. Our wide-ranging program features installations and immersive experiences throughout the resort intended to be interactive and accessible.
The Olmec colossal heads are stone representations of human heads sculpted from large basalt boulders. All portray mature individuals with fleshy cheeks, flat noses, and slightly crossed eyes; their physical characteristics correspond to a type that is still common among the Olmec population.
“Desert Wildlife” was commissioned by Clark County, Nevada for the new “Gate D” terminal of the McCarran International Airport serving Las Vegas. The installation consists of five individual sculptures; each depicting an animal that lives in the surrounding desert.
Sculpture is the branch of the visual arts that operates in three dimensions. The term "sculpture" is often used mainly to describe large works, which are sometimes called monumental sculpture, meaning either or both of sculpture that is large, or that is attached to a building.
The Madonna of Bruges is a marble sculpture by Michelangelo of Mary with the Child Jesus. It is believed the work was originally intended for an altar piece. This was the only sculpture by Michelangelo to leave Italy during his lifetime. It is displayed in the Church of Our Lady in Bruges, Belgium.