Definition of Sculpturesque. Meaning of Sculpturesque. Synonyms of Sculpturesque

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Definition of Sculpturesque

Sculpturesque
Sculpturesque Sculp`tur*esque", a. After the manner of sculpture; resembling, or relating to, sculpture.

Meaning of Sculpturesque from wikipedia

- of the year" and that he has composed the group to be "so thoroughly sculpturesque" without losing the "simplicity of nature" and that it favourably compared...
- of Saint Vincent “Sant Vicenç” dating from c. XI-XII which has very sculpturesque doors and windows. Near to the main Town Square, there is the “Prat...
- which was entirely intellectual and academic—clear and precise drawing, sculpturesque modelling, and pictorial erudition were esteemed above all. Makart,...
- the difference is almost imperceptible but sufficient to give it a sculpturesque quality and a life, that cannot pertain to rectangular blocks of stone...
- women relays a message of cultural identity. Romas painted attractive sculpturesque figures and brilliantly emplo**** a complex shadowing technique. The...
- metal-panelled door, fixed furniture, display systems, and exposed concrete sculpturesque gargoyles are symbolic of the prevailing style of Chandigarh's architecture...
- however that they were sometimes slightly over-p****ionate, and generally 'sculpturesque' in character". By this, he meant that "each stanza was a separate unit"...
- tendency was to use this metal for large works of an architectural or sculpturesque nature; while at the same time smaller objects were produced for domestic...
- covered with heather, across valleys and plains from which loom out sculpturesque m****es of foliage, dark and strong against the blue mist and distant...
- continuous band of sculpture in high relief, designed in a very broad sculpturesque way, but with somewhat crude colouring. Six of these reliefs are by...