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

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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