sculpture

Part of speech: adjective

Sculptural.

Part of speech: verb

To fashion, as statuary.

Part of speech: noun

The art of fashioning figures of stone or bronze by modeling, carving, or casting; any sculptured work.

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Usage examples "sculpture":

  1. It was a wonderful smile, and vanished slowly, leaving a rapt look; evidently he was lost in musing upon architecture and sculpture and beautiful books. - "Harlequin and Columbine", Booth Tarkington.
  2. The great churches abroad were also beautiful and more elaborately decorated, in the North with sculpture and painting, in the South with marble and mosaic. - "The Book of Art for Young People", Agnes Conway Sir Martin Conway.
  3. The fact is that literature in the proper sense is an art, as much an art as painting or sculpture or music. - "Platform Monologues", T. G. Tucker.