Christina Schmidt Gallery Three

“In those cases in which the Greek artist, too, was obliged to clothe the beautiful body, which sculpture alone can and should form, when a law commanded that he hide it under weeds, did he dispose of any means by which he could escape this foreign burden or help to accommodate it? Could he clothe it in such a way that nothing is hidden? Could he drape a body and yet allow it to retain its stature and its beautiful rounded fullness? What if the body were to show through?”
-Johann Gottfried von Herder, Sculpture (1778).

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