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  1. The sculpture park occupies the 500-acre parkland of Bretton Hall and straddles the border of West Yorkshire and South Yorkshire. [3] The Yorkshire Sculpture Park, opened in 1977, [4] was the UK's first sculpture park based on the temporary open air exhibitions organised in London parks from the 1940s to 1970s by the Arts Council and London County Council (and later Greater London Council) .

  2. Sculpture. The Great Art of the Middle Ages fron th Fifth Centurey to the Fiteenth Century (en inglés). Colonia: Taschen. ISBN 3-8228-8556-8. Barral i Altet, Xavier (1987). Historia Universal del Arte. Volum II. Barcelona: Planeta. ISBN 84-320-8902-8. Biaggi, Carlo Felice (1983). Leonardo Da Vinci: La anatomía artística. Barcelona: Teide.

  3. Dream is a 2009 sculpture and a piece of public art by Jaume Plensa in Sutton, St Helens, Merseyside. Costing approximately £1.8m (equivalent to £2.57 million in 2021), it was funded through The Big Art Project in coordination with the Arts Council England, The Art Fund and Channel 4.

  4. Baroque sculpture is the sculpture associated with the Baroque style of the period between the early 17th and mid 18th centuries. In Baroque sculpture, groups of figures assumed new importance, and there was a dynamic movement and energy of human forms—they spiralled around an empty central vortex, or reached outwards into the surrounding space.

  5. Despite the massive size of the sculpture, its design is such that viewers can walk underneath and around it, thus enabling one to perceive it in human scale. The shape of Flamingo alludes to the natural and animal realm, which is a stark contrast to more literal interpretations in sculpture from previous decades.

  6. A sandcastle is a type of sand sculpture resembling a miniature building, often a castle. The drip castle variation uses wet sand that is dribbled down to form organic shapes before the sands dries. Most sand play takes place on sandy beaches, where the two basic building ingredients, sand and water, are available in abundance.

  7. Architectural sculpture is the use of sculptural techniques by an architect and/or sculptor in the design of a building, bridge, mausoleum or other such project. The sculpture is usually integrated with the structure, but freestanding works that are part of the original design are also considered to be architectural sculpture.