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A work of art carried out in three dimensions. There are four basic processes: carving (in stone, wood, etc); modelling in clay; modelling in clay or wax and then casting in bronze; constructing—a 20th-century development originating with the Cubist constructions of Picasso made from scrap materials glued together.

Subjects: Classical Studies — History.

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