Sculptures, Garden Decor

Sculptures, Garden Decor

Historical Sculptures - the material used is generally resin in the form of a cement binder. Handmade.
Works of art have been used to decorate dwellings and holy places for as long as we have been human. Sculptures made from wood or stone (statues), or reliefs showing pictures that seem to serve social or spiritual purposes arose in the world’s oldest cultures, and they are some of the most valuable archaeological discoveries. Of course no noble palace or cathedral would lack ornamental statues, but even the homes of common people held treasures that bore witness to the luxurious fantasies and technical skill of craftspeople, told tales of trade and exchange, and had their magical, religious and ritual roles to play in people’s lives.

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    Historical Sculptures - the material used is generally resin in the form of a cement binder. Handmade.
    Works of art have been used to decorate dwellings and holy places for as long as we have been human. Sculptures made from wood or stone (statues), or reliefs showing pictures that seem to serve social or spiritual purposes arose in the world’s oldest cultures, and they are some of the most valuable archaeological discoveries. Of course no noble palace or cathedral would lack ornamental statues, but even the homes of common people held treasures that bore witness to the luxurious fantasies and technical skill of craftspeople, told tales of trade and exchange, and had their magical, religious and ritual roles to play in people’s lives.