Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Sculpture"

The meaning of "Sculpture" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does sculptures mean?
A: These are sculptures
Q: What does The sculpture made of the plants should feel organic in nature. mean?
A: Thank you! Can you elaborate a bit more? Does 'organic in nature' mean 'natural quality'?
Q: What does sculpture mean?
A: it means a statue of a person

Example sentences using "Sculpture"

Q: Please show me example sentences with sculpture.
A: 1. Michelangelo is more famous for his sculptures than his paintings. They called him a "master of marble". His most famous sculptures are "David" and "The Pietá".

2. Cloud Gate is a famous sculpture in Chicago's Millenium Park. It is also affectionately called "The Bean".

3. The art of sculpture is less respected than painting.

4. What materials do you use for your sculptures? Metal, stone, wood, clay, or other things?

Synonyms of "Sculpture" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between The sculpture will be commissioned from a major artist . and The sculpture will be commissioned by a major artist. ?
A: "From a major artist" = someone pays a major artist to make the sculpture

"By a major artist" = the major artist pays someone else to make the sculpture.
Q: What is the difference between sculpture and statue ?
A: Statues are usually used to celebrate or remember someone or something. Sculptures are a piece of art made by an artist. The David sculpture by Michelangelo is a piece of art. The Lincoln memorial in Washington D.C. is a statue.
Q: What is the difference between "sculpture" and "statue" ?
A: statues normally represent a human or animal body, while sculptures are something that people sculpt, not necessarily human like
Q: What is the difference between sculpture and relief and statue and figure ?
A: sculpture is 3D while a relief is something that comes out of the wall a little.
Eg. that statue of Da Vinci is very realistic.
Eg. That bird relief is beautiful.

Statue is usually just an ornament made of stone, plaster, metal etc, while figure refers to something with a human shape, especially in terms of drawing or sight.

ie. this statue is a bronze cast of the original.
ie. please draw this (human) figure.
Q: What is the difference between sculpture and carve ?
A: Nouns: 'Sculpture', 'carving'
Verbs: 'to sculpt', 'to carve'

To carve is, specifically, to remove material to get a shape, e.g., carving marble.
To sculpt is (usually) to add or move material to get a shape, e.g., sculpting clay.

A carving is something made by carving (the verb).
A sculpture is something made by sculpting (the verb), or, sometimes, any 3-dimensional piece of artwork.

Translations of "Sculpture"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I see first that sculpture.
(저 조형물은 처음봤어.)

Is this sentence correct?
A: It is better to say: "This is the first time I see this sculpture."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sculpture
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? sculpture
A: Exactement pareil : sculpture !
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sculpture
A: "Sculpture"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sculpture
A: "sculpture"

Other questions about "Sculpture"

Q:
the sculpture looks like really alive! does this sound natural?
A: The sculpture looks like it's really alive!
Q: 添削をお願いします。

Recently,I'm curious about sculpture.
Sculpture has changing face by viewing position and light adjustment.
It's so interesting and fun.

最近、私は彫刻が気になります。
彫刻は観る位置や光の加減によって表情が変わります。
それはとても面白くて興味深いです。
A: 最近、私は彫刻が気になります。
I have been interested in sculptures recently.

彫刻は観る位置や光の加減によって表情が変わります。
A sculpture's expression changes when viewed in different lighting and position.

それはとても面白くて興味深いです。
That is what makes it fun and interesting.
Q: I went to the sculpture workshop to catch up with Natalia, the teacher, as this month I didn’t stop by does this sound natural?
A: I went to the sculpture workshop to catch up with Natalia, the teacher, as I hadn't stopped by this month.
Q: I would prefer to see sculptures in museum, because I can touch and feel how hard and soft of it. does this sound natural?
A: I would prefer to see sculptures in a museum, because I can touch them and feel how hard or soft they are.

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