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T M U I V R C R D K B J I B W I P F D G K
F V Q C W F E G A X C K F Q B J M G Q T D
L X S U P J W Y A P F C O D G Q H B A R D
A B B T C O W K J C A T I N E R I E S F C
R J L B R E L I E F S C U L P T U R E W I
B E L O W T E N S I L E S T R E N G T H J
F E H B X P R G I W C D X O D W H C E K D
S Y P W F F O R E S H O R T E N I N G X B
M J S E S U G O C F O C A N O N L D C J R
C G L O S T W A X T E C H N I Q U E E L Q
H K X J Y B I T H N N U K O U R O S Y K H
C H R Y S E L E P H A N T I N E A R L F E
O O C I E E D J S V F F Q L L S R V P J X
C U U T C C G A Y X K Q T X W T R F X D B
N I C G L B S K H R P Y Y G X R Y S V U K
W X G X B W P M O D E L L I N G Y A T J P
E M U V T C O N T R A P P O S T O T V C O
I K R A N L O H N W G C O N L O O X J B G
E G K X C C X X P P E R T C U H P G S P T
T B Q O D H M Q N P Y W G N T A X U I Y U
V T D U S H H A U C D R U R O O H B E G R

Clues

  • 'U' shaped folds in drapery (10)
  • A body of Principles, rules or standards (5)
  • A Mixture of Gold and Ivory (16)
  • Counter Balance. The hips tilt in one direction and the shoulders tilt in the other. Contraction of one side of the torso, extension of the other. (12)
  • Sculpture is still attached to the original block of stone (6, 9)
  • The drapery depicts the human form beneath (9)
  • The material cannot support it's own weight (3, 7, 8)
  • The way in which Bronze statues are made. First a clay model is completed. Then covered in Wax. Then encased in a clay mould. Molten Bronze then poured in to the mould. (4, 3, 9)
  • To shorten so as to create an illusion of depth (14)
  • Young Male (6)

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