Frozen In Time

Outdoor sculpture at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Outdoor sculpture at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Each of these sculptures stopped me in my tracks.  I was drawn towards their expressions, emotions, muscularity and movement.  The ability to transform bronze and marble into life amazes me. Aside from the sculpture at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the rest reside in the American Wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Reaching Jaguar, Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington

Reaching Jaguar, Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington

Jaguar, Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington

Jaguar, Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington

Jaguar from a different angle.

Jaguar from a different angle.

Amor Caritas, Augustus Saint-Gaudens

Amor Caritas, Augustus Saint-Gaudens

Fragilina, Attilio Piccirilli

Fragilina, Attilio Piccirilli

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2 thoughts on “Frozen In Time

  1. Thanks Denise! The sculptor of Fragilina said he purposefully left her face opaque in expression so that viewers could assign their own emotions to the sculpture. She and the girl with the flowers and sundial are my favorites!

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