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

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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