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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #125958: Stone carving
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    1. The " Venus de Milo " is one of the most famous works of ancient Greek .

    2. A is a free-standing sculpture, such as a statue,made to be viewed from multiple angles.

    3. The is used for making one-to-one copies of existing sculptures. A reduced one isn't possible.

    4. Once the general shape of the statue has been determined,the sculptor uses to refine the figure.

    5. are very small tools but very effective at detailed work within stone sculptures.

    6. A is a sculptural relief in which the projection from the surrounding surface is very slight.

    7. Nelson's stands on a fluted column built from blocks of granite.It faces south towards the Admiralty.

    8. In a , the forms project at least half or more of their natural circumference from the background.

    9. The final stage of the carving process is . Sandpaper can be used as a first step.

    10. The "Venus of Brassempouy" (or Lady with the Hood) is a fragmentary ivory from the upper Paleolithic.










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