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  • Abelisaurids are known for their tall skulls with blunt snouts, extensive sculpturing on the outer surfaces of the facial bones (convergent with carcharodontosaurids), very reduced (atrophied) forelimbs (convergent with tyrannosaurids), and stocky hindlimb proportions, among other features.
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  • After 1970 there was a sharp drop in Maya stelae available on the New York art market due to the ratification of a treaty with Mexico that guarantees the return of stolen pre-Columbian sculpture that was removed from the country after the ratification date.
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  • Also in the grounds are several modern sculptures, and a sculpture trail has been designed in conjunction with these.
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  • As a video sculpture with a variety of cascade and water spout fountain modes, the sculpture is a fluid, dynamic evolving artwork.
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  • As is the case for all works of art currently covered by United States copyright law, the artist holds the copyright for the sculpture.
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  • At the entrance to Oral Roberts University stands a large statue of praying hands, which, at 60 feet (18 m) high, is the largest bronze sculpture in the world.
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  • Before the sculpture of the standing Iguanodon was completed, he held a banquet for twenty inside it.
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  • Dominating the small park, in 1997 the Minotaur sculpture was moved to a new position on the raised walkway above London Wall.
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  • Ellerhusen also cast six bronze sculptures arranged above the building's main entrance, three on the inside and three on the outside.
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  • Friedrich sketched memorial monuments and sculptures for mausoleums, reflecting his obsession with death and the afterlife.
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  • From the large sum collected, Chantrey was paid £3,000 for a huge marble sculpture that was placed in St Paul's Cathedral, London.
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  • Here, on the outer walls, the sculptures are not overdone, yet they are articulate and discretely aesthetic.
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  • His image appears in Buddhist sculptures during the late Gupta period.
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  • His most important architectural achievement was the church and Monastery of Santo Domingo el Antiguo, for which he also executed sculptures and paintings.
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  • His proposal that a wing of the latter should be devoted to his sculptures aroused hostility among some artists.
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  • His sculptures were typically signed in shorthand as Malli or simply Ma.
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  • Holden's intention to adorn the building with sculpture was also not fulfilled.
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  • In Italy at least, funerary sculpture remained of equal status to other types during the 19th and early 20th centuries, and was made by the leading artists, often receiving reviews in the press, and being exhibited, perhaps in maquette form.
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  • In Tamil Nadu, Vitthala shrines are found in Srirangam, Vittalapuram in Tirunelveli district, and Thennangur, Govindapuram near Kumbakonam and sculptures are also found in Kanchi.
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  • It appears to be an Olmec-style colossal head re-carved into a niche figure sculpture.
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  • On 19 July 2008, being the 92nd anniversary of the Battle of Fromelles, a replica of the 1998 sculpture by Peter Corlett in the Australian Memorial Park, Fromelles was unveiled.
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  • One of these was the Lion of Belfort, a monumental sculpture carved in sandstone below the fortress of Belfort, which during the war had resisted a Prussian siege for over three months.
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  • Other famous rock-cut temples in the Maharashtra region are the Dhumer Lena and Dashvatara cave temples in Ellora (famous for its sculptures of Vishnu and Shivaleela) and the Jogeshvari temple near Mumbai.
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  • Parthian sculptures depict wealthy women wearing long-sleeved robes over a dress, with necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and headdresses bedecked in jewelry.
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  • Presented by the Queen upon the opening of the Parliament building, the sculpture is modelled on the actual Honours of Scotland, the crown, sceptre and the sword of the state, and combines these three separate elements into one composition.
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  • Rolf Stucky, ex-director of the Institute of Classical Archeology of Basel affirmed during a conference in Beirut in December 2009 the successful identification and return of eight sculptures to the Lebanese national museum.
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  • Sculptural work by Alvin Meyer, the one-time head of Holabird & Root's sculpture department, is prominent on the building's façade, and represents the trading activities within.
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  • Some of the pieces assembled to create the sculptures were made using copper rod, while others were formed using the lost-wax casting technique.
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