Marble sculpture  

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Laocoön and His Sons ("Clamores horrendos" detail), photo by Marie-Lan Nguyen
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Laocoön and His Sons ("Clamores horrendos" detail), photo by Marie-Lan Nguyen

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Marble sculpture is the art of creating three-dimensional forms from marble. Sculpture is among the oldest of the arts. Even before painting cave walls, early humans fashioned shapes from stone. From these beginnings, artifacts have evolved to their current complexity. The point at which they became art is for the beholder to decide.

A few well known marble sculptures

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