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A History of Sculpture by Harold North Fowler

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A History of Sculpture
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Publisher: MacMillan
ISBN/ASIN: 1112282564
Number of pages: 445

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In this book the author have attempted to give a sketch of the history of sculpture from the beginnings of civilization in Egypt and Babylonia to the present day. He have attempted no detailed criticism. A brief description of the materials and methods employed in sculpture is contained in the Introduction.

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