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Sculpture, an eminent art form for millennia, captivates and mirrors reality through its figurative and realistic representation of the human form. Classical sculptures, ranging from full-length figures to busts, often gain their significance from the architectural settings they enhance or the mythological and religious narratives they depict. Since prehistory, the portrayal of the human body in both paintings and sculptures has been a profound means of expression, capturing the fullness of human experience—be it through the depiction of the body, head, hands, or the act of hunting, or simply as a testament to the passage of time.

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What is the difference between Eastern and Western figure sculpture?

In the vast river of history, East and West art each put colorful, due to cultural differences, regional differences, and regime differences in the diversity of factors catalyzed the formation of a variety of unique characteristics of the art style and expression, especially in the art of sculpture, the difference is more intense. Through the eyes of time over the years, whether oriental art or Western art, under the precipitation of history, always looks particularly fascinating.

One thing that is unquestionable about ancient Western sculpture is its authenticity. Efforts were made to imitate and reproduce nature, and realism was very strong. As mentioned earlier, Western sculpture was initially in the service of royalty and religion. In addition, the West likes to carve mythological figures, and they personify God. This undoubtedly makes the road of Western sculpture realistic wider and wider.

In the spatial performance, western human sculpture is strictly spatial art, with the help of changes in light and shadow to express the form of spatial reality. Paying great attention to all kinds of details, perspective, light and dark, and coordination, it is no exaggeration to say that it is like copying down the characters in one’s mind or in front of one’s eyes. We can naturally appreciate the emotions of the sculptures as they emerge from the extremely realistic surfaces. We can appreciate the elegance, sensuality, modesty, etc. of the sculptures.

Although there are fewer purely sculptural works of art in the Orient, the high degree of realism in sculpture has resulted in works of art that are universally recognized and respected around the world. Especially in Chinese sculpture, traditional Chinese sculpture continues the poetic, romantic, hazy beauty, focusing on the expression of “God”, the requirements of the form are more ambiguous, pay more attention to the details. Oriental sculpture often does not appear as an isolated entity but tries to use “virtual”, “virtual”, etc., to integrate into the natural landscape. The expression of “emptiness” in sculpture extends the realm beyond the physical and is more full of the ethereal spirit of imagination. For example, the system of “using the mountain as a mausoleum” established in the mausoleums of China’s Tang Dynasty empire skillfully combines the mausoleums, the sculptures in front of the mausoleums, and the natural undulations of the mountains.