'Michelangelo's David' by Eduardo Paolozzi, 1987.  Made with plaster, plywood and string. --- I particularly like how this is largely a "traditional" sculpture, but made to look fragmented. Very interesting.

'Michelangelo's David' by Eduardo Paolozzi, 1987. Made with plaster, plywood and string. --- I particularly like how this is largely a "traditional" sculpture, but made to look fragmented. Very interesting.

Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, "Cyclops", 1957, bronze. "The skin of this lumbering bronze figure is imprinted with broken machine-parts and other industrial debris. Paolozzi made it by pressing pieces of metal into a bed of moist clay, and then pouring molten wax into the clay mould. He constructed the model from these sheets of wax forms and finally cast it in bronze."

Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, "Cyclops", 1957, bronze. "The skin of this lumbering bronze figure is imprinted with broken machine-parts and other industrial debris. Paolozzi made it by pressing pieces of metal into a bed of moist clay, and then pouring molten wax into the clay mould. He constructed the model from these sheets of wax forms and finally cast it in bronze."

Sir Eduardo Paolozzi ‘Plaster for ‘Mr Cruikshank’’, 1950 © The Eduardo Paolozzi Foundation

Sir Eduardo Paolozzi ‘Plaster for ‘Mr Cruikshank’’, 1950 © The Eduardo Paolozzi Foundation

Eduardo Paolozzi (1924–2005, Britain), Japanese War God, 1958. Bronze, 163.83 x 55.88 x 33.02 cm. Albright-Knox Art Gallery, New York. © Estate of Eduardo Paolozzi / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. (AK-475pzars)

Eduardo Paolozzi (1924–2005, Britain), Japanese War God, 1958. Bronze, 163.83 x 55.88 x 33.02 cm. Albright-Knox Art Gallery, New York. © Estate of Eduardo Paolozzi / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. (AK-475pzars)


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Eduardo Paolozzi's sculpture, Master of the Universe.    Photographed in the grounds of The Dean Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland.    ---------------------------------------------------------------------- -----------------------------------------------------

Eduardo Paolozzi's sculpture, Master of the Universe. Photographed in the grounds of The Dean Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- -----------------------------------------------------

Eduardo Paolozzi's Sculpture. To me this actually looks crap and has no meaning to it at all.

Eduardo Paolozzi's Sculpture. To me this actually looks crap and has no meaning to it at all.

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