Bronze Sculpture and its History

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The Greeks do not exceed the bronze culture. Two works of Greek sculptures are as follows: The Zeus of Artemisia (National Museum) and The Delphi charioteer (Delphi Museum). You can browse to know more about the bronze sculpture.

The Romans have taken a number of bronze statues that come from Greece and have done thousands of them. They engage bronze for furniture and doors, equipment and candles, which have recovered in Herculaneum and Pompeii.

During the middle ages, bronze mainly consists of equipment, ecclesiastical and domestic ornaments. In the early Renaissance, Italian sculptor produces beautiful bronze of various types.

The most remarkable is the Ghiberti doors in the baptism of Florence and sculpture Donatello, Giovanni Bologna, Verrocchio, Pollaiuolo and Cellini. A string of monumental effigies of some of the greatest British monarch is bronze. France was popular in the 18th century to the gold covered bronze mounts his furniture.

Bronze is the most famous metal in cast metal sculptures; a cast bronze sculpture is often called "bronze".

Bronze in the value of the other unfavorable use in the preservation of the statue, some big old bronze have survived but many of them melted in making weapons during the war or to create a new statue in commemoration of the winners in a war. Some stone and ceramic works have come through the centuries, even though they are in fragments already.