3D artwork & descriptions
Size:99 x 59 x 33.5 cm. (39 x 23.2 x 13.2 in.)
This sculpture has organic shapes and has them arranged to look like a human face and torso. The main part is the positive space and it takes up a thin space from one side and wide and tall space from the front. This is 3D because you can walk around it and it takes up a large space.
Similarities & influences of 2d work on 3d work
Comparison with another sculptor
Some differences are that Giacometti's sculpture is all one color. They are both made from different materials. Giacometti's sculpture is much thinner and the surface looks rough. Dubuffet's sculpture is more colorful and uses repeated shapes and patterns. Dubuffet's sculpture is more childish and uses mostly organic shapes to make it look like a person.
He gave up painting for 8 years.
He finally focused again on art at the age of 41.
He experimented a lot with different materials and techniques.
He painted and made sculptures of everyday objects.
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