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

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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