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

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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