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Head Of The Goddess Mut, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Head Of The Goddess Mut, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of an incomplete statue found at the Karnak Temple Complex in Egypt. Original is housed in the Cairo Museum, circa 1550-1292 BCE (XVIII Dynasty).


Assyrian Relief Representing A Return After A Victory, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Assyrian Relief Representing A Return After A Victory, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a relief panel found at the ruins of King Ashurnasirpal II's palace. Original housed in the British Museum, circa 9th century BCE.


Head Of A Pharaoh, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Head Of A Pharaoh, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

A plaster cast of a head from a statue found at the Temple of Amun in Thebes, Egypt. Original housed in the Egyptian Museum in Turin, Italy circa 1550-712 BCE (New Kingdom).


Relief From The Tomb Of Ptahhotep: Oxen Led To The Sacrifice, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Relief From The Tomb Of Ptahhotep: Oxen Led To The Sacrifice, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a relief depicting oxen being led to a sacrificial rite. Site of origin is the Tomb of Ptahhotep, Saqqara necropolis, Memphis, Egypt, circa 2494-2345 BCE (Old Kingdom, Dynasty V).


Athena (Minerve Au Collier), Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Athena (Minerve Au Collier), Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a marble statue of Athena, completed circa 1st-2nd century CE. Original housed in the Louvre. Roman copy of a 5th century BCE Greek sculpture.


Grave Stele Of An Athlete, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Grave Stele Of An Athlete, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a grave stele of an athlete. Original is housed in the Archaeological Museum in Topkapi Palace, Istanbul, Turkey. Site of origin is Nisyros, Greece, circa 5th century BCE.


David With The Head Of Goliath, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

David With The Head Of Goliath, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of David with the Head of Goliath, a bronze statue by Andrea del Verrocchio created between 1466 and 1476. Original housed in the Bargello, Florence, Italy.


Figure From Group Of Two Boys Quarreling, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Figure From Group Of Two Boys Quarreling, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a figure from two boys quarreling over a game of knucklebones. Original found in the Baths of Titus, Rome, now housed in the British Museum, circa 1st century.


Group Known As Orestes And Elektra, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Group Known As Orestes And Elektra, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a group by sculptor Menelaos, often identified as Orestes and Elektra. Original is housed at the National Museum, Rome circa 1st century BCE to 1st century CE.


Seated Statuette Of Amenemhat, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Seated Statuette Of Amenemhat, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a small statue of the Pharaoh Amenemhat. Original is housed in the British Museum, circa 1991-1802 BCE (Dynasty XII).


Saint John The Baptist, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Saint John The Baptist, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a statue of Saint John the Baptist, circa 1525 attributed to Francesco da Sangallo. Original is housed in the National Museum of the Bargello in Florence, Italy.


Cleopatra As The Goddess Isis, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Cleopatra As The Goddess Isis, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a relief depicting the pharaoh Cleopatra VII as the goddess Isis, from the Ptolemaic period. Original is housed in the Dendera temple complex, Egypt, circa 332-30 BCE.


Muse With Lyre (Kithara), Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Muse With Lyre (Kithara), Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a relief depicting a muse with a lyre. Original is housed in the Archaeological Museum, Topkapi Palace, Istanbul, circa 2nd-1st century BCE.


Goddess Hathor, Relief, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Goddess Hathor, Relief, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a relief depicting the Goddess Hathor in human form. Original location unknown.


Voltaire, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Voltaire, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a portrait-bust of Voltaire. Original is housed in the Louvre, France, circa 1778.


Bust Of Piero Di Cosimo De'medici, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Bust Of Piero Di Cosimo De'medici, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a marble portrait-bust of Piero de'Medici. Original housed in the Bargello, Florence, Italy, circa 1454.


Altar Of The Lares Augusti, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Altar Of The Lares Augusti, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of the Altar of the Lares Augusti. Original is housed in the Uffizi Museum, Florence, Italy. Site of origin is Vicus Sandaliarus, Rome, circa 2 BCE.


Arch Of Augustus At Susa, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Arch Of Augustus At Susa, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Scale model of the Arch of Augustus at Susa, circa 1st century BCE. Origin site is Susa, Turin, in the Piedmont province of Italy.


Agrippa, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Agrippa, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a portrait bust of Agrippa. Original is housed in the Louvre in France, circa 25 BCE.


Nike Sacrificing A Bull, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Nike Sacrificing A Bull, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of Nike Sacrificing a Bull. Original was found in the Villa of Antoninus Pius at Lanavium (southeast Rome), now housed in the British Museum, circa 2nd century CE.


Angels Singing And Playing Musical Instruments, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Angels Singing And Playing Musical Instruments, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a relief panel titled Angels Singing and Playing Musical Instruments. Original is currently housed in its site of origin, the Basilica di Sant'Antonio, Padua, Italy, circa 1447-1450 CE.


Dancing Maenad (Relief I), Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Dancing Maenad (Relief I), Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a relief depicting a maenad. Original relief was discovered at Rome, Villa Albani.


Group Representing Hathor In The Form Of A Cow, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Group Representing Hathor In The Form Of A Cow, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a statue depicting the goddess Hathor in the form of a cow protecting the government official Psamtik. Original housed in the Cairo Museum, Egypt. Site of origin is the Tomb of Psamtik, Saqqara necropolis, Memphis, Egypt, circa 664-332 BCE (the Late Period).


Antoninus Pius, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Antoninus Pius, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a marble portrait-bust of Antoninus Pius, Roman Emperor from 138-161 CE. Original is housed in the British Museum. Site of origin is the house of Jason Magnus at Cyrene, North Africa circa 160 CE.


Dancing Maenad (Relief Ii), Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Dancing Maenad (Relief Ii), Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a relief depicting a Maenad, attributed to Callimachus. Original is a Roman copy (120–140 CE) of a Greek original (late 5th century BCE), housed in the Museo del Prado, Spain.


Ionic Capital And Base, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Ionic Capital And Base, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a model depicting one of the classical practices of Greek architecture. Ionic order arose around the 6th century BCE in Greece.


Empathetic Reactions Derived Through Abstract Sculptured Forms, Bruce Frederick Literal Jan 1978

Empathetic Reactions Derived Through Abstract Sculptured Forms, Bruce Frederick Literal

Dissertations and Theses

This thesis project consists of sixteen abstract sculptures. The material most often used is polyester resin. The work explores the emotive potential of the relationship between the organic forms and geometric spaces. The forms are derived from observing the environment, other current artists’ works, and the works of art history.

The sculptures generally divide into three groups. The first is composed of geometric and organic forms that are altered slightly so that aspects of each form reside in its opposite. The second group maintains a purity of organic and geometric elements. Here a balance is kept by weighing the visual ...


Bronze Sculptures : A Thesis Report, Michael T. Story Jan 1978

Bronze Sculptures : A Thesis Report, Michael T. Story

Dissertations and Theses

A thesis report submitted by Michael T. Story in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture.


One Artist’S Experimental Approach To Sculpture, John J. Smith Iv Jan 1978

One Artist’S Experimental Approach To Sculpture, John J. Smith Iv

Masters Theses

This paper is intended to reflect the creative sensibilities of one artist-scientist as he experiments with media and his perceptions of nature as an approach to growth. His philosophy revolves around the relationship of his experience, his natural instinctive sensibilities, their affection upon his intuition, and the resulting creative process. The stimuli for the process are found in the natural realm around him whether perceived scientifically or artistically. Due to the intrinsic nature of the creative phenomenon, it is very difficult for the artist to separate the scientific and artistic modes from the naturalistic or experiential stimuli. So he goes ...