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Jean-Babtiste Carpeaux – ANALYZED SCULPTURE

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Hey everyone, today we are take a look at Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux amazing sculpture of Ugolino and His Sons, 1860. It’s created after the story of when Ugolino is condemned to die of starvation. His children and grandchildren beg him to eat them so he can survive, but he yields to the temptation. Pretty cool story which you can read more about HERE. If you are near The MET in New York I recommend you take a look at this large sculpture. You will be amazed! Without further ado, let’s see how this master created his sculpture.

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