Sculpture Bibliography
Paul Rigby   

 

General

Art of teaching art.  Deborah A. Rockman.
Barnes Foundation. Journal of the Art Department. V.II, no.1 (curriculum)
Problem of form.  Adolph Hildebrand.
Sculpture: theme and variation; towards a contemporary aesthetic.   E.H. Ramsden.
Zorach explains sculpture. William Zorach.

Individual Artists (includes exhibition catalogs)

Albert Paley; sculpture.  Donald Kuspit.
Albert Paley; Threshold, Klein Steel.  Linda Shearer.

Alberto Giacometti.  Christian Klemm.
Alberto Giacometti. Yves Bonnefoy. (in set with Diego Giacometti).
Alessandro Algardi. Vol I & II.  Jennifer Montagu.
Alfred Van Loen.  Paul Mocsanyi.
Allan Houser. W. Jackson Rusing III.
Anna Hyatt Huntington.  Cerinda W. Evans.
Anna Hyatt Huntington; American sculptors series.

Anthonisen.  George Anthonisen.
Antoine-Louis Barye; sculptor of romantic realism.  Glenn F. Benge.
Antoni Gaudi; 1852-1926. Juan Jose Lahuerta.
Antonio Canova.  Elena Bassi.
Antonio Salemme; paintings and sculpture.
Apel Les Fenosa. Raymond Cogniat.
Archipenko; fifty creative years.
Archipenko; international visionary. Donald Karshan.
Argenti di Peppe Romano. Carlo Giacomozzi.
Aristide Maillol. Bertrand Lorquin.
Aristide Maillol. Waldemar George.
Aristide Maillol, Kunstverein in Hamburg, 1961.
Art of Jacob Epstein.  Robert Black.
Art of William Edmondson. Cheekwood Museum of Art.
Auguste Rodin and Camille Claudel. J. A. Schmoll gen. Eisenwerth.
Augustin Pajou; royal sculptor.James David Draper.
Augustus Saint-Gaudens; American sculptor of the Gilded Age. Henry J. Duffy.
Barthé; a life in sculpture.  Margaret Rose Vendryes.
Barye; catalogue raisonne des sculptures.  Michel Poletti.
Baskin; sculpture, drawing and prints. Leonard Baskin.
Beautiful evidence.  Edward Tufte.
Bernini. Rudolf Wittkower.
Bernini; and the birth of Baroque portrait sculpture.  Andrea Bacchi.
Bernini and the excesses of art.  Robert T. Petersson.
Bernini; sculpting in clay. CD Dickerson III.
Bernini; the modelo for the fountain of the Moor. Andrew Butterfield.
Bessie Potter Vonnoh; sculptor of women.  Julie Aronson.
Bill Reid.  Doris Shadbolt.
Blake Edwards; a diversity of expression.
Brian P. Hanlon; sculptor of our times.
Boundaries.  Maya Lin.
Boy with dolphin; life and work of David Wynne.  David Elliott.
Breathing life into stone: the sculpture of Henry DiSpirito. Hopkins-Benton.
Bruce Beasley; skupturen/sculpture.  Manfred Fath.

Bruno Lucchesi. David Finn.
Bugatti.  Henry H. Hawley.
Bulletin. Philadelphia Museum of Art (Raymond Duchamp-Villon) (2)
C. Paul Jennewein; sculptor.  Shirley Reiff Howarth.
Calder; the complete bronzes. L & M Arts.

Camille  Claudel and Rodin; fateful encounter.  Musee Rodin, Paris.
Camille; the life of Camille Claudel. Reine-Marie Paris.
Canova. Fred Licht.
Captured motion; sculpture of Harriet Whitney Frishmuth. Janis Connor.
Capturing nature; cement sculpture of Dionicio Rodriguez.  Patsy Light.
Carl Milles. Henrik Cornell.
Carl Milles. Singapore Art Museum 1996.
Carl Milles; an interpretation of his work. Meyric R. Rogers.
Carole A. Feuerman; sculpture. Dena Merriam.
Casa Buonarroti. Pina Ragionieri.
Celebrating the familiar; the sculpture of J. Seward Johnson, Jr.
Chadwick (Lynn), Knoxville Museum of Art.
Chana Orloff. Felix Marcilhac.
Chana Orloff (1888-1968); exposition retrospective-120sculptures.
Charles M. Russell. sculptor.  Rick Stewart.
Charles Ray.  Organized by Paul Schimmel.
Charles Ray; sculpture 1997-2014.
Charles Umlauf; sculptor.
Chiparus; master of Art Deco. Alberto Shayo. 2nd ed.
Chips from my chisel. Grace H. Turnbull.
Claude & Francois-Xavier Lalanne. Paul Kasmin.
Clodion 1738-1814.  Anne Poulet.
Compassionate spirit; sculpture and fresco by George R. Anthonisen.
Complete works of Michelangelo.
Concrete abstractions; Craig Cowan.
Constantin Brancusi. Pierre Cabanne.
Constantin Brancusi; the essence of things. Carmen Gimenez.
Constantin Bancusi; 1876-1957. Friedrich Teja Bach. Phila. Museum of Art.
Constantin Bancusi; 1876-1957; a retrospective exhibition.  Sidney Geist.
Dagbook Diary (Gustav Vigeland)
Dan Ostermiller. Spanierman Gallery (2 catalogs).
Dan Ostermiller; les animalier. Donna Fleischer.
Dancer in relief; works by Malvina Hoffman.  Janis Connor.
Daniel Brush.  Takaaki Matsumoto.
Daniel Brush; gold without boundaries.  Daniel Brush.
Daniel Chester French; an American sculptor. Michael Richman.
David; five hundred years. Antonio Paolucci.
David Hostetler; the carver.  Richard Wooten.
David Smith; a centennial.  Carmen Gimenez.
Deborah Butterfield.  Robert Gordon.
DeGarthe; his life, marine art and sculpture.  Douglas Pope.
Desiderio Da Settignano; sculptor of Renaissance Florence.  Marc Bormand.
Despiau. Universe Books, 1959
Diana Guest; stonecarver.
Diego Giacometti.  Daniel Marchesseau.
Diego Giocometti. Francois Baudot. (in set with Alberto Giacommetti).
Discovery in stone; Jane B. Armstrong.
Donatello. (Phaidon edition).
Ed Carpenter; breath of light.
Edward Glauder; sculpture 1980-1988.  Rothberg Fine Arts.
Elie Nadelman; classical folk. Suzanne Ramljak.

Elie Nadelman; sculptor of modern life. Barbara Haskell (Whitney Museum).
Elusive images of Michael Budden.
Emanuel Hahn et Elizabeth Wyn Wood.  Victoria Baker.
Emilio Greco sculpture and drawings. J.P. Hodin. (photo)
Encountering genius; Houdon's portraits of Benjamin Franklin. Jack Hinton.
Epstein; an autobiography. Jacob Epstein.
Epstein; artist against the establishment.  Stephen Gardiner.
Erastus D. Palmer; sculpture-ideas. J. Carson Webster.
Eric Gill; the sculpture. Judith Collins.
Ernst Barlach; Leben im werk.  Naomi Jackson Groves.
Ernst Barlach; skulpturen und handzeichnungen.
Eva Reichl; 1918-1998, a life’s work.
Exploring form; John Edward Svenson, an American Sculptor.  David Svenson.

Facing the other; Charles Cordier (1827-1905). Laure de Margerie.
Florence baptistery doors.  Kenneth Clark.
François Duquesnoy and the Greek ideal.  Estelle Lingo.
François Pompon 1855-1933. Catherine Chevillot.
François Pompon; sculpture animalier Bourguignon. 1964.
Franz Xaver Messerschmidt; 1736-1783.  Maria Potzl-Malikova.

Frederick Hart; sculptor.  Marshall Lee.
Freeing the angel from the stone; a guide to Piccirilli sculpture in NYC.  Jerry Koffler.
Gabo / Pevsner. Museum of Modern Art, 1948.
Gaetano Federici and the American sculptural tradition. (photo U)

Gaudier-Brzeska. Evelyn Silber.
Generals in Bronze (James E. Kelly). William Styple.
Georg Kolbe. Wilhelm Pinder.
George Carlson; dignity in art. James H. Nottage.
George Papashvily: sculptor. Retrospective catalogue. (photo U)
George Segal.  Sam Hunter.
Ghiberti’s bronze doors. Richard Krautheimer.
Giacometti; a biography in pictures.  Reinhold Holh.
(Giacomo Serpotta) Il Serpotta di scena.  Giuseppe Bucaro.
Giacomo Serpotta; Nella Chiesa di Sant'Orsola di Palermo; Studi e Restauro.
(Giacomo Serpotta) Oratoriao di San Lorenzo.  Maria Luisa Montaperto.
Giacomo Serpotta; secondo centenario Serpottiano 1732-1932. Vol I & II. Filippo Meli.
Giacomo Serpotta.  Giovanni Carandente.
Giacomo Serpotta; and the stuccatori of Palermo 1560-1790.  Donald Garstang.
Giambologna; narrator of the Catholic reformation.  Mary Weitzel Gibbons.
Giambologna; the complete sculpture.  Charles Avery.
Giuseppi Moretti; master sculptor and father of Vulcan. Miriam Rogers Fowler.
Glicenstein; sculptures.  Jean Cassou.
Grinling Gibbons and the art of carving.  David Esterly.
Gustav Vigland; his art and sculpture park.  Tone Wikborg.

Gutzon Borglum; his life and work. Robin Borglum Carter.
Harriet Hosmer; American sculptor, 1830-1908.  Dolly Sherwood.
Heads and tales. Malvina Hoffman.
Heinz Warneke (1895-1983); a sculptor first and last. Mary Cunningham.
Henri Laurens; monumental sculpture. Marlborough-Gerson Gallery.
Henry Mitchell; Philadelphia sculptor.
Henry Moore; animals. W. J. Strachan.
Henry Moore. Claude Allemand-Cosneau.
Henry Moore. Herbert Read.
Henry Moore.  Susan Compton.
Henry Moore; the life and work of a great sculptor. Donald Hall.
Hiram Powers; Vermont sculptor, 1805-1873. V. I and II. Richard P. Wunder.
Hollosy; 40 year sculpture retropective.
Hugo Robus (1885-1964). Roberta K. Tarbell.
Hugo Robus; sculpture and paintings.  Forum Gallery.
I set before you this day; a sculpture by George Anthonisen.
Ilias Lalaounis microsculptures; idols of the stone age to the helix of contemporary
    
genetics.  Ioanna Lalaounis Tsouropoulou.
Isaac Witkin; the past decade (1996). Grounds for Sculpture.
Isamu Noguchi; essays and conversations. Diane Apostolos-Cappadona.
Isamu Noguchi; portrait sculpture.  Nancy Grove.
Isamu Noguchi; sculptural design. Vitra Design Museum.
Ivan Mestrovic; sculptor and patriot.  Laurence Schmeckebier.
Jack Lenore Larsen; creator and collector.  David Revere McFadden.
Jacques Lipchitz; a retrospective selected by the artist.

Jacques Lipchitz and Philadelphia.  Michael R. Taylor.
Jean-Antoine Houdon; sculptor of the Enlightenment. Anne L. Poulet.
Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux; sculptor of the second empire.  Ann Middleton Wagner.
Jeanclos; recent sculptures (1987). Claude Bernard Gallery.

Jim Cary; his life and art.  Tova Navarro.
Jo Davidson; portrait sculpture. National Portrait Gallery.
Jo Davidson; sculpture (Knoedler Galleries, 1967).
Joe Brown; retrospective catalogue 1932-1966.
Joel Fisher; text.
John Frazee; 1790-1852, sculptor.  Frederick S. Voss.
Jon Kuhn; the story of a glass sculpture.  James Yood.

John Quincy Adams Ward; Dean of American sculpture. Lewis I. Sharp.
John Rogers statuary.  Paul & Meta Bleier.
John Rogers; the people’s sculptor. David H. Wallace. (photo)
John Rood’s sculpture.  Bruno Schneider.
John Schueler; about the sky. Diane D. Moran.
John Storrs. Noel Frackman.
Jose de Rivera.  John Gordon.

Joseph Csaky a pioneer of modern sculpture.
Julie Warren Martin; sculptor of stone.
Karl Bitter; architectural sculptor 1867-1915. James Dennis.
Kent Ullberg; monuments to nature. Todd Wilkinson.
Known by the work of his hands (Joseph Brownmiller). Claire Messimer.
Kubach-Wilmsen; inside stone 1999.
Kunslerleben in Rom. Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770-1844).
Lalanne(s).  Daniel Abadie.
Lee Bontecou; a retrospective.  Elizabeth A. T. Smith.
Lehmbruck. Reinhold Heller.
Life in bronze; Lawrence M. Ludtke, sculptor.
Lika Mutal; silent stone  (1989). Nohra Haime Gallery.
Lika Mutal; stone sculpture (1993). Nohra Haime Gallery.
Lika Mutal; the mirror of my faceless face (2000). Nohra Haime Gallery.
Lipchitz; the cubist period 1913-1930. Marlborough-Gerson.
Lynda Benglis. Carter Ratcliff. Locks Gallery.
Louis Mueller; sculpture. Helen Drutt Gallery.
Magni; peintures, sculptures & humanobiles.
Maillol.  Denys Chevalier.
Making it happen.  (David Adickes).  Linda Wiley.
Malvina Hoffman.  Arsene Alexandre.
Malvina Hoffman; American sculptors series.
Manzu.  White House Galleries 1960.

Marie-Helene Allain; the symbolism of stone. Carolle Gagnon.
Mark Lere; sculpture/installation.
Marino Marini.  Alberto Busignani.
Marino Marini; scultore.  Raffaele Carrieri.
Martha Pettigrew.

Martin Puryear.  John Elderfield.
Martinazzi.  Paolo Fossati.

Masayuke Nagare; the life of a samurai artist.  Masayuke Nagare.
Michael Dunbar.  Suzanne Deats.
Michael Lord. Marion Scott Gallery.
Michel Anguier's Pluto: the marble of 1669.  Bernard Black.
Michelangelo.  Angelo Tartuferi.
Michelangelo. Frederick Hartt.
Michelangelo; sculptor.  Cristina Acidini Luchinat.
Michelangelo's David. Franca Falletti.
Michelangelo's Florence Pieta.  Jack Wasserman.
Milton Hebald. Frank Getlein.

Miracles; the sculptures of William Edmondson.
Modigliani; beyond the myth.  Mason Klein.
Moises; esculturas. (1990).
Monumental vision; the sculpture of Henry Moore.  John Hedgecoe.
Moroles; granite sculpture. Jan Ernst Adelmann.

Museum without walls; Henry Moore: in New York City. (2)
Nakian. Frank O’Hara.
Natalie Charkow: sculpture. John Hollander.
Nathan Rapoport sculptures and monuments.  Richard Yaffe.
Nevelson at Purchase; the metal sculptures.
Nicolaus Widerberg.  Grounds for Sculpture.
Novelli; a forgotten sculptor.  Josephine Murphy.
No green berries or leaves. Paul J. Stankard.
Osip Zadkine.  (photo U)
Oteiza; myth and modernism.  Guggenheim Museum.
Pal Svensson: sculptor.  Hans Hammarskiold.
Passion for metal; reflections and techniques of a metal sculptor.  Henry Harvey.

Paul Manship. John Manship.
Paul Speck; 1896-1966.  Kunsthous Zurich.
Peter Beard. Peter Beard.
Peter Gourfain; clay, wood, bronze, and works on paper.  Russell Panczenko.
Picasso's concrete sculpture. Sally Fairweather.
Piccirilli; life of an American sculptor.  Josef Vincent Lombardo.
Raccolta Amici Di Manzu (Giacomo Manzu
Randolph Rogers; American sculptor in Rome. Millard F. Rogers, Jr.
Raymond Duchamp-Villon; pioneer of modern sculpture.  Judith Zilezer.
Rembrandt Bugatti; life in sculpture. Edward Horswell.
Rembrandt Bugatti; New York-2004. James Graham and Sons.
Robert A. Baillie; carver of stone.  Beatrice Gilman Proske.
Robert Graham; eight statues. Miguel Angel Corzo.
Robert Graham; statues. Graham W. J. Beal.
Robert Graham; statues.  Nuendorf.
Robert Graham; the Duke Ellington memorial in progress.
Robert Smithson.  Eugenie Tsai.
Rodin and Michelangelo; a study in artistic inspiration.
Rodin rediscovered. Albert E. Elsen.
Rodin; sculptures.  Ludwig Goldscheider.
Rodin; the B. Gerald Cantor collection. Joan Miller.
Rodin’s monument to Victor Hugo. Ruth Butler.
Ron Mueck. David Hurlston.
Ron Mueck. FOIL (Japan).
Ron Mueck. Fondation Cartier.
Ron Mueck. National Galleries of Scotland.
Ruotolo; man and artist.  Francis Winwar.
Samuel Murray.  Michael W. Panhorst.

Sculptor; Asmundar Sveisson. And edda in shapes and symbols.
Sculptor in buckskin. an autobiography by Alexander Phimster Proctor.
Sculptor's clay; Charles Grafly (1862-1929).  Dorothy Grafly Drummond.
The sculptors O'Connor; Andrew Sr. 1847-1924  Andrew Jr. 1874-1941.
Sculpture by Antoine-Louis Barye in the collection of the Fogg Art Museum.
Sculpture by Bruce Beasley; a 45 year retrospective.  Oakland Museum, CA.
Sculpture of Clement Meadmore.  Eric Gibson.
Sculpture of Donald DeLue; gods, prophets and heroes. D. Roger Howlett.

The sculpture of Elie Nadelman.  Lincoln Kirstein. (photo U)
The sculpture of Falconet.  George Levitine.
The sculpture of Fred and Mabel Torrey. Gladys E. Hamlin.
The sculpture of  Jacques Lipschitz.  Henry R. Hope. (photo U)
Sculpture of Joseph Coletti.  Introduction by Alan Priest.
Sculpture of Matisse.  Alicia Legg.
Sculpture of Nicola and Giovanni Pisano. Cesare Barzacchi.
The sculpture of Ivan Mestrovic. Norman L. Rice.
Sculptures by Duane Hanson.  Martin H. Bush.
The sculptures of Houdon. H.H. Arnason.
The sculptures of Michelangelo. Ludwig Goldscheider.
The sculpture of Picasso. Roland Penrose.
Sergei Konionkov. K. Kravchenko.
Seymour Lipton: aspects of sculpture.  Harry Rand.
Shay Rieger; sculpture; animals and birds in bronze. (sales catalog).  Shay Reiger.
Sheila Hicks; 50 years.  Joan Simon.

Six wars at a time.  (Gutzon Borglum) Howard Shaff.
Sketches in clay for projects by Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
Slavik; sculptures evolutives. Photos de Lamberto Scipioni.
Solon Borglum; a man who stands alone. A. Mervyn Davies.
Sophia Vari. Justin Spring..
Sophia Vari; recent sculpture. Nohra Haime Gallery. (1991).
Spark the creative flame. Paul J. Stankard.
Spirit of man; the sculpture of Kaare Nygaard.  Nathan Cabot Hale.
Spirit of the wild things; the art of  Sandy Scott.
Sports sculpture of R. Tait McKenzie.  Andrew J. Kozar.
Stella Elkins Tyler; a legacy born in bronze. Roberta A. Mayer.
Steve Tobin; reconstructions. Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art.
Strong-Cuevas; premonitions in retrospect. 
Grounds for Sculpture.
Tilman Riemenschneider; master sculptor of the late middle ages. J. Chapuis.
Tullio Lombardo and Venetian Renaissance sculpture.  Alison Luchs.
Twenty-one figures by Robert Graham.  Robert Miller 1990.
Uncommon clay; the life and work of Augustus Saint Gaudens. Burke Wilkinson.
Vigelands skulpturpark, Oslo.
Vincenzo Vela; l'homme, le patriote, l'artiste.  Romeo Manzoni.
Voices in bronze; the creation of a sculpture by Richard McDermott Miller.
Walter Bodmer.  Hoffman-La Roche 1968.
Walter T. Matia; a question of balance.  
Wharton Esherick; journey of a creative mind.  Mansfield Bascom.
Wildlife and western heroes; Alexander Phimister Proctor, sculptor. Peter Hasrick.
Willard Stone. Gilcrease Museum.
William Daley; ceramic artist. Ruth Fine.
William Rush; American sculptor. Penna. Acad. Fine Arts.
World of Bernini; 1598-1680. Robert Wallace.
Yesterday is tomorrow; a personal history.  Malvina Hoffman.

Collections (includes exhibition catalogs)

3 generations of  African American women sculptors. Leslie King-Hammond.
19th and 20th century sculpture. (Christies, 9-14-79)
Allure of bronze, masterpieces from the Walters Art Gallery.
American figurative sculpture in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.
American masters; sculpture from Brookgreen Gardens.
American paintings, drawings and sculpture of the 19th and 20th centuries
       
(Christies, 12-8-78).
American sculpture 1951; a national competitive exhibition. Metropolitan Museum of Art.
American sculpture in the Metropolitan Museum of art;  vol. 1 & 2.
American sculpture at Yale University.  Paula B. Freedman.
American sculpture in the Museum of American Art of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
Ancient bronzes; a guide to the Yale collections.
Animals in Greek sculpture; a survey. Gisela Richter.
Animals in four worlds; sculptures from India.
Art of the classical world in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  Carlos A. Picon.
Asian traditions/modern expressions. Asian American artists and abstraction 1945-1970.
Bronzes of the American West. Patricia Janis Broder.
Brookgreen Gardens. Kennedy Kipps.
Brookgreen Gardens sculpture. Beatrice Gilman Proske.
Brookgreen Gardens sculpture; volume II. Robin R. Salmon.
Brooklyn's Green-Wood cemetery.  Jeffrey Richman.
Canadian Eskimo art. Department of Northern Affairs (Canada).
Chiseled with a brush; Italian sculpture 1860-1925 from the Gilgore collections.
Cimitero di Staglieno. Giovanni Grasso. Sagep Editrice. 1976.
The color of sculpture. Andreas Bluhm.
Connor Rosenkranz Gallery.  Catalogs:
           
19th and 20th century American sculpture (2007)
           
19th and 20th century American sculpture (2013)
            American sculpture 1845-1925
            American sculpture 1850-1950
            Selections form thirty years 1980-2010
Contemporary American sculpture issued for the exhibition held by the National
     
Sculpture Society in cooperation with the trustees of the California Palace of the
     
Legion of Honor.  (1929)
Comtemporary outdoor sculpture.  Brooke Barrie.
Continuity and change: twentieth century sculpture in the Ashmolean Museum. Katharine
      
Eustace.
La escultura del Mexico Antiguo.  Paul Westheim.
Farm on fifth avenue (animal figures in the Metropolitan).
Fifty masterpieces of sculpture; Victoria and Albert Museum.
Figure in American sculpture; a question of modernity.
Five sculptors: Peter Agostini, Christopher Cairns, Bruce Gagnier, Jonathan Silver, George Spaventa.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt memorial. Lawrence Halprin.
From the studio; selections of American sculpture 1811-1941.
Glass flowers at Harvard.  Richard-Evans Schultes.
Introduction to the Hirshhorn museum and sculpture garden.
Kroller-Muller State Museum.
Light on stone; Greek and Roman sculpture in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Living with modern sculpture; the John B. Putnam, Jr. memorial collection Princeton 
      
University.  Patrick Kelleher.
A marble quarry; the James Ricau collection of sculpture at the Chrysler Museum of Art.
Masterpieces of the J. Paul Getty Museum; European sculpture.
Metropolitan Museum of Art; Greece and Rome. Joan R. Mertens.
National Sculpture Society celebrates the figure, 1987.
National Sculpture Society, 1988 annual exhibition.
National Sculpture Society, 1989 annual exhibition.
National Sculpture Society, 1991 annual exhibition.
National Sculpture Society, 1993 annual exhibition.
National Sculpture Society, 1996 annual exhibition.
National Sculpture Society, 1997 annual exhibition.
National Sculpture Society, 1998 annual exhibition.
National Sculpture Society, 1999 annual exhibition.
National Sculpture Society, 2000 annual exhibition.
National Sculpture Society, 2001 annual exhibition.
National Sculpture Society, 2002 annual exhibition.
National Sculpture Society, 2003 annual exhibition.
National Sculpture Society, 2004 annual exhibition.
National Sculpture Society, 2005 annual exhibition.
National Sculpture Society, 2006 annual exhibition.
National Sculpture Society, 2008 annual exhibition.
National Sculpture Society, 2009 annual exhibition.

National Sculpture Society exhibition (Whitney Museum, 1940).
Natural habitat; contemporary wildlife artists of North America.
Pepsico Sculpture Gardens. Purchase, New York, 1982.
Philadelphia Sculptors; 2000.
Philadelphia Sculptors; Zero One.
Power and the pathos; bronze sculpture of the Hellenistic World.
Public Sculpture in New Jersey. Meredith Arms Bzdak.
Raymond and Frances Bushell collection of Netsuke (LACMA).
Record of the Art Museum Princeton University. V.48, no.2. (Olmec sculpture)
Rediscoveries in American sculpture; studios works 1893-1939. Janis Connor.
Return to life; a new look at the portrait bust. Penelope Curtis.
Roman Portraits. Gisela Richter. (Metropolitan Museum of Art).
San Lorenzo and the Medici Chapels.  Bruno Santi.
San Lorenzo e le Cappelle Medicee.  Renzo Chiarelli.
Saving graces; images of women in European cemeteries.  David Robinson.
Sculptor of the human spirit. (Bruno Lucchesi) Dena Merriam. (photo)
Sculpture; an illustrated catalogue. National Gallery of Art (Wash.).  
Sculpture from the Albert A. List Family collection.
Sculpture in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Cornelius C. Vermeule.
Sculpture of Angkor and ancient Cambodia, National Gallery of Art, Wash, DC.
Sculpture of the exposition palaces and courts; descriptive notes on the art and statuary at
     
the Panama Pacific International Exposition San Francisco (1915).
Sculpture since the sixties; from the permanent collection of the Whitney Museum of
         
American Art.  (2)
Skulpturen 1925-1950; Kunsthandel Wolfgang Werner KG.
Staglieno. Giovanni Grasso.
Tigers of Princeton University; a campus safari and photo essay. Wink Einthoven.
Wallace collection catalogues; sculpture; marbles, terra-cottas and bronzes,
    carvings in ivory and wood, plaquettes, medals, coins and wax reliefs.
Washington sculpture.  James M. Goode.
Wildfowl art; carvings from the Ward World Championship.

Historical Reviews (periods and regions)

19th century sculpture. H.W. Janson.
200 years of American sculpture.  Tom Armstrong.
African sculpture. William Fagg.
American way in sculpture 1890-1930.
The ancient ones; sacred monuments of the Inka, Maya, and Cliffdweller. Hans Li.
Angkor; a tour of the monuments.  Thierry Zephir.
Animaliers; collectors guide to animal sculptures.  James Mackay.
Art and architecture at the Philadelphia Zoo.
Art Deco 1910-1939. Charlotte Benton.
Art of carved sculpture. 2v.  Kineton Parkes.
Art of ceramics; European ceramic design 1500-1830.  Howard Coutts.
Beyond modern sculpture.  Jack Burnham.

Breaking the mold; sculpture in Paris from Daumier to Rodin.  Phillip Dennis Cate.
Bronze, clay and stone; Chinese art in the C.C. Wang family collection.  Annette
           
L. Juliano.
Bronze menagerie; mat weights of early China.  Michelle Wang.
Bronze sculptures of les animaliers.  Jane Horswell.

Cast and carved; American sculpture 1850-1950. Geral Peters Gallery.
Cast in bronze; French sculpture from Renaissance to Revolution.
    
Geneviève Bresc-Bautier.

Carved in stone. A history of the Barre granite industry. Rod Clarke.
Cathedrals of France.  Auguste Rodin.
Centaur's smile; the human animal in early Greek art.
Century of American sculpture; treasures from Brookgreen Gardens.
Chaos and classicism; art in France, Italy, and Germany, 1918-1936.
Cimitero di Staglieno. Giovanni Grasso. (pamphlet)
Circle of bliss; Buddhist meditational art. John C. Huntington.
Concise history of bronzes.  George Savage.
Concise history of modern sculpture. Herbert Read.
Contemporary American Sculpture. C. Ludwig Brumme. (photo)
Contemporary American Sculpture; the California Palace of the Legion of Honor, 1929.
Contemporary Japanese sculpture. Janet Koplos.
Craft of the Japanese sculptor.  Langdon Warner.
Curator’s focus: turning in context.  Albert LeCoff.
Depth of field, relief sculpture in Renaissance Italy.  Peter Lang.
Earth and fire; Italian terracotta sculpture from Donatello to Canova. Bruce Boucher.
Egyptian sculpture; Cairo and Luxor. Edna R. Russmann.
Essential Art Deco.  Iain Zaczek.
European Bronzes from the Quentin Collection. Manfred Leithe-Jasper.
Evolution of modern sculpture; tradition and innovation. A. M. Hammacher.

Fingerprints of the artist; European terra-cotta sculpture from the Arthur M. Sackler Collections.
From the sculptor’s hand; Italian Baroque terracottas from the State Hermitage Museum.
Geschichte der Deutschen plastik. Adolf Feulner.
Giacomo Serpotta and the stuccatori of Palermo 1560-1790.  Donald Garstang.
Glass art ; from Urban Glass.  Richard Yelle.
Greek and Roman sculpture in America. Cornelius C. Vermeule.
Greek sculpture. (2 vol.) Andrew Stewart.
The Greek miracle; classical sculpture from the dawn of democracy, 5th cent BC.
Heritage of Thai sculpture. Jean Boisselier.

International glass art.  Richard Yelle.
Introduction to Greek sculpture.  John Barron.
Italian memorial sculpture 1820-1940.  Sandra Berresford.

Italian Renaissance sculpture. Andrew Butterfield.
Italian sculpture from the Gothic to the Baroque. Andrew Butterfield.
Maquette to monumental; sculpture from Rodin to our days.
Masters of American sculpture.  Donald Martin Reynolds.
Meaning of modern sculpture. R. H. Wilenski. (photo)
Modern European sculpture 1918-1945.  Albert E. Elsen.
Modern Sculpture. Alan Bownes.
Monuments; America’s history in art and memory.  Judith Dupre.
New bamboo; contemporary Japanese masters.  Joe Earle.
Outdoor monuments of Manhattan; a historical guide.  Dianne L. Durante.
Parthenon; Centennial Park, Nashville, Tennessee.

The Parthenon frieze. Jennifer Neils.
The partial figure in modern sculpture from Rodin to 1969. Albert E. Elsen.
Passion and power; iron artists in Western U.S.  Nancy Zastrow.
Philadelphia's treasures in bronze and Stone.
Playing with fire; European terracotta models, 1740-1840. James David Draper.
Polykleitos, the Doryphoros, and tradition.  Warren G. Moon.
Prehistoric stone sculpture of the Pacific. Paul S. Wingert.
Public art in Philadelphia. Penny Balkin Bach.
Relief sculpture.  L. R. Rogers.
Renaissance Florence; the art of the 1470’s.  Patricia Lee Rubin.

Roman sculpture.  Diana E. E. Kleiner.
Roman baroque sculpture; the industry of art.  Jennifer Montagu.
Sculpture 1900-1945. Penelope Curtis.
Sculpture; 19th and 20th century.  Fred Licht.
Sculpture of the world; a history.  Sheldon Cheney.
Sculpture Victorious; art in the age of invention 1837-1901.
Sculptures anciennes figurees.  Musee d'histoire et d'art-Luxembourg.
Sketches and bozzetti by American sculptors 1800-1950. Millard F. Rogers, Jr.
Skupturen 1925-1950.
The spirit of American sculpture; written for the National Sculpture Society.
         
Adeline Adams. 1929.
The sport of life and death; the Mesoamerican ballgame. E. Michael Whittington.
Stone images of Esie, Nigeria. Phillips Stevens.
Stones of Florence. Mary McCarthy.
Stories in stone; a field guide to cemetery symbolism and iconography.  Douglas Keister.
Stories in stone; travels through urban geology.  David B. Williams.
Taino; Pre-Columbian art and culture from the Caribbean.  Fatima Bercht.
Three American sculptors and the female nude. (Lachaise, Nadelman, Archipenko).
Totem poles.  Pat Kramer.
Victorian Sculpture.  Benedict Read.
Wessobrunner des 17. jahrhunderts.  Hans Rohrmann.  (German stucco artists, 1700's)
Young people's story of sculpture.  V. M. Hillyer.

Method, general (see also specific types of sculpture)

3-D wizardry; design in papier-mache, plaster and foam. George Wolfe.
Automobile design techniques and design modeling.  Frederick E. Hoadley.
A brief lesson on the importance of proportion and grace of line in sculpture. (photo)
Carving techniques. Glynis Beecroft.
Complete guide to sculpture, modeling and ceramics; techniques and materials.
Contemporary sculpture techniques; welded metal and fiberglass.  John Baldwin.
Creating sculpture. Jules Struppeck.
Creative carving.  Dona Z. Meilach.
Elementary instructions for students of sculpture.  Francesco Carradori.
Encyclopedia of sculpture techniques. John Mills.
Living materials; a sculptor’s handbook.  Oliver Andrews.
Materials of sculpture.  Nicholas Penny.
Modelling and sculpture in the making.  Sargeant Jagger.
Modelling and sculpture.  Albert Toft.
Modelling and sculpture; a practical treatise for students, with a brief history of the art.
        
Roderick Glass.  (photo)
New and classic sculpture methods.  Arthur Zaidenberg.
Practical carving; in wood, stone, plastics and other materials.  Robert Dawson.
Practical sculpture. Tuck Langland. (photo)
Primer of sculpture.  E. Roscoe Mullins.
The process of sculpture.  Anthony Padovano.
Sculpting techniques bible.  Claire Waite Brown.
Sculptor’s bible.  John Plowman.
The sculptor's way; a guide to modelling and sculpture. Brenda Putnam.
Sculpture.  Philip Rawson.
Sculpture; a basic handbook for students. 3rd ed. Ronald L. Coleman.
Sculpture at your finger tips.  Fred Press.
Sculpture for beginners. Henry Lion.
Sculpture, form, and philosophy.  Alexander G. Weygers.
Sculpture; inside and out.  Malvina Hoffman.
Sculpture Options. Bas relief; the guide to a hands on approach to sculpting on a field, or
        
background.  Ken Bradford (photo).
Sculpture; principles and practice.  Louis Slobodkin.
Sculpture reference illustrated.  Arthur Williams.
Sculpture; technique, form, content.  Arthur Williams.
Sculpture; techniques in clay, wax, and slate.  Frank Eliscu. (photo U)
Sculpture; tools, materials, and techniques.  Wilbert Verhelst.
Sculpture; toutes les techniques.  Philippe Clerin.
Sound Construction. Solon Borglum.
Starting with sculpture. Robert Dawson.
Structure in sculpture. Daniel L. Schodek.
The technique of sculpture.  John W. Mills.

Stone

Animals in Stone; architectural sculpture in New York City.  Robert King.
The art of stoneworking; a reference guide. Peter Rockwell.
Art of the stonemason.  Ian Cramb.
Canadian Inuit sculpture. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.
Carrara marble quarries.  Frederick Bradley.
Carving the human figure; studies in wood and stone. Dick Onians.
Contemporary stone sculpture. Dona Z. Meilach.
Cutters, carvers and the cathedral (St. John Divine). George Ancona.
Dall’argilla al marmo.  (From clay to marble) Gabriele Rovai.
Direct stone sculpture. Milt Liebson.
Do-it-yourself tombstones and other markers.  Dale Power.
Epoxy resins in stone conservation. Charles Selwitz.
Faces in stone; architectural sculpture in New York City.  Robert King.
Izapa relief carving: form, content, rules for design, and role in Mesoamerican art history
     
and archeology. Virginia Smith.
Lettercutting in stone. Richard Grasby.
Il mestiere del marmista. (The marble worker) Gabriele Rovai.
Marble; art historical and scientific perspectives on ancient sculpture. (photo)
Museo del Marmo; Carrara.
Natural stone; a guide to selection.  Studio Marmo.
Rodin on art and artists. Auguste Rodin.
Sculpture in stone. Josepmaria Teixido I Cami.
Short history of Indiana Limestone.  Bill McDonald.
Slate and soft stone sculpture.  Frank Eliscu.
Stone; a legacy and inspiration for art.  Jake Harvey.
Stone and marble carving. Alec Miller.
Stone conservation; an overview of current research. C A Price. 1996.
Stone in architecture; properties, durability. 3rd ed. E. M. Winkler.
Stone sculpture by direct carving.  Mark Batten.  (photo U)
Stones of the Parthenon.  Manolis Korres.
Stoneworks exhibition at Powis Castle. (1988, photo)
Urban animals.  Isabel Hill.

Ceramic

500 figures in clay; ceramic artists celebrate the human form.
500 figures in clay; volume 2.
Animals in pottery and porcelain. John B. Cushion. (photo)
Boehm porcelain art; 45th anniversary edition.
Brickwork; architecture and design.  Andrew Plumridge.
Ceramic figures; a dictionary of artists. Michael Flynn.
Ceramic sculpture.  Betty Davenport Ford. (photo U)
Ceramic sculpture. John B. Kenny. (photo)
Ceramic Technology for potters and sculptors. Yvonne Cuff.
Ceramics for gardens and landscapes. Karin Hessenberg.
Classical terracotta figures (excerpt).  Chesterman James. (photo)
The clay modelling (sic) handbook; learning from the masters. Mario Molteni.
Contemporary clay; Japanese ceramics for the new century.
Cowan pottery and the Cleveland school; with values.  Mark Bassett.
Creating lifelike figures in polymer clay.  Katherine Dewey.

The figure in clay; contemporary sculpting techniques by master artists.
The figure in fired clay. Betty Blandino.
Figure sculpting, Vol. 1. Philippe Faraut.
The human form in clay. Jane Waller.
Images in clay sculpture; historical and contemporary techniques.  Charlotte F. Speight.  
Inside Japanese ceramics; a primer of materials, techniques, and traditions. 
    
Richard  L. Wilson.
Large-scale ceramics.  Jim Robison.
Mastering portraiture; advanced analysis of the face sculpted in clay.  Philippe Faraut.

Modeling the figure in clay; a sculptor’s guide to anatomy. Bruno Lucchesi.
eling the head in clay. Bruno Lucchesi.
Modelled portrait heads. T.B. Huxley-Jones (photo).
Paper clay for ceramic sculptors.  Rosette Gault.
The portrait in clay. Peter Rubino.
Portrait sculpting; anatomy and expressions in clay. Philippe Faraut.
Pueblo storyteller.  Barbara A. Babcock
Sculptural ceramics.  Ian Gregory.
Sculpting clay. Leon I. Nigrosh.
Sculpting made easy; the Barjansky method of figure and portrait sculpture by outline.
        
Catherine Barjansky. (photo)
Sculpture en terre.  Philippe Clerin.
Sketches in clay for projects by Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Ivan Gaskill.
The technique of modeling clay.  Eric Griffiths.
Techniques of terracotta.  Quentin Bell.
Terracotta; the technique of fired clay sculpture. Bruno Lucchesi.
Terra-cotta skyline.  Susan Tunick.

Cement, Plaster

The art of doing plaster techniques.
Cement sculpture; a studio handbook. Dik Schwanke. (photo)
Concrete at home.  Fu-Tung Chen.
Concrete, beton, beton.  Joachim Fischer.
Concrete, cements, Mortars, artificial marbles, plasters and stucco.  Fred T. Hodgson.
Concrete countertops. Fu-Tung Chen.
Concrete countertops. Fu-Tung Chen. (DVD)
Concrete design. Sarah Gaventa.
Concrete handbook for artists; Andrew Goss.
Concrete planet.  Robert Courland.
Creating with plaster. Dona Z. Meilach.
Creative concrete ornaments for the garden . Sherri Warner Hunter.
Figure sculpture in wax and plaster.  Richard McDermott Miller.
Liquid stone; new architecture in concrete.  Jean-Louis Cohen.
Making concrete garden ornaments. Sherri Warner Hunter.
Modelled sculpture and plaster casting. Arnold Auerbach.
Plastering; an encyclopedia. 3rd. ed.  W.D. Stagg.
Plastering skills.  F. Van Den Branden.
Sculpting with cement. Lynn Olson.
Sculpture in concrete. John W. Mills. (photo)
Substance form & color through concrete. (John Joseph Earley).
Working with concrete. Rick Arnold.

 

Bronze, Metal

Basic techniques for working with steel.  Ron Covell. (DVD)
Bronze casting; a manual of techniques.  Guy Thomas.
Creating welded sculpture.  Nathan Cabot Hale.
Direct metal sculpture; creative techniques and appreciation.  Dona Meliach.
From clay to bronze; a studio guide to figurative sculpture. Tuck Langland.
Gas tungsten arc welding.  William H. Minnick.
Gas tungsten arc welding; a guidebook to advance arc welding.  Lincoln Welding.
How to gold leaf antiques and other art objects. Donald L. Chambers.
Metal fabricator's handbook. Ron and Sue Fournier.
Metals and how to weld them.  Lincoln Welding.
Practical gilding.  Peter Mactaggart.
Procedure handbook on arc welding.  Lincoln Welding.
Sculpture with a torch.  John Rood.
Sheet metal handbook. Ron and Sue Fournier.
Welder's handbook. Richard Finch.
Welding essentials, 2nd.  Frank Marlow.
 

Wood

Art of the woodcarver;  the best from Woodcarving Magazine.
Big cats; carving lions, tigers and jaguars.  Desiree Hajny.
Bird carving; a guide to a fascinating hobby.  Wendell Gilley.
Carving classic female faces in wood.  Ian Norbury.
Carving classic female figures in wood.  Ian Norbury.
Carving flora & fables in wood.  E.J. Tangerman.
Carving heads, hats and hair.  Claude W. Bolton.
Carving miniature wildfowl with Robert Guge; how to carve and paint birds and their
    habitats.  Roger Schroeder.
Carving flowers in wood.  Wanda Marsh.
Carving the head in wood in the classic European tradition.  Martin Geisler-Moroder.
Carving the head in wood; step by step instruction.  Ivan Whillock.
Carving wood and stone.  Arnold Prince.
Cedar; tree of life of the Northwest coast Indians.  Hilary Stewart.
Connections; International Turning Exchange 1995-2005.  Albert LeCoff.

Contemporary art with wood; creative techniques and appreciation.  Dona Z. Meilach.
Craft and creation of wood sculpture. Cecil C. Carstenson.
Design and figure carving.  E.J. Tangerman.
Direct wood sculpture; technique, innovation, creativity.  Milt Liebson.
Elements of woodcarving.  Chris Pye.
Expressions in wood.   J. Christopher White.
Fundamentals of figure carving.  Ian Norbury.
Game bird carving.  Bruce Burk.
How to carve wildfowl; 9 North American masters reveal the carving and painting
      
techniques that win them international blue ribbons.  Roger Schroeder.
How to carve wildfowl Book 2; best-in-show techniques of 8 master bird carvers.
      
Roger Schroeder.
John Scheeler; bird carver.  Roger Schroeder.
Lost carving; a journey into the heart of making. David Esterly.
Magic gouge; wood sculpture. Benoi Deschênes.
Masters of wood sculpture.  Nicholas Roukes.
Perfect edge; the ultimate guide to sharpening for woodworkers.
Realistic dogs.  Jack Kochan.
Relief carving in wood; a practical introduction.  Chris Pye.
Sculpting in wood.  Peter Clothier.
Sculpture in wood.  John Rood.
Techniques of wood sculpture.  David Orchard.
Tool making for woodworkers.  Ray Larsen.
Treasures of our nation; furniture and restoration of Robert Whitley.
Turning to art in wood; a creative journey; 25 years of the Wood Turning Center. Albert LeCoff.
Whittling a woodcarving.  E. J. Tangerman.
Wood in Art. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Woodcarving; the beginner's guide.  William Wheeler.
Woodcarving; tools, materials and equipment. 2 vols. Chris Pye.
Woodcarving with Rick Butz; 14 projects. Rick Butz.
Woodcarving with Rick Butz step by step; American eagles. Rick Butz.
Woodcarving with Rick Butz step by step; how to sharpen carving tools. Rick Butz.
Woods we live with; a guide to the identification of wood in the home. Nancy Schiffer.

Plastics

Plastics as sculpture.  Thelma R. Newman.
Sculpture in Plastics. Nickolas Roukes.
Working with acrylic.

 Mold  Making, Model Making

Casting techniques for sculpture.  Glynis Beecroft.
Clay lover’s guide to making molds.  Pierce Clayton.
Moulding and casting; its technique and application. Carl Dame Clarke.
Plaster mold and model making. Charles Chaney.
Prop builder’s mask-making handbook.  Thurston James.
Sculpture casting; mold techniques and materials: metals, plastics, concrete.
    
Dennis Kowal and Dona Z. Meilach.
Technique of casting for sculpture. John W. Mills.

Anatomy and Drawing (human and animal)

Anatomy drawing school; human. Andras Szunyoghy.
Anatomy for art students. Arthur Thomson.
Anatomy for artists. Reginald Marsh.
Anatomy of humans.  Ian Simpson.
Animal anatomy for artists. Eliot Goldfinger.
Animal drawing; anatomy and action for artists. Charles R. Knight.
Animal painting and anatomy. W. Frank Calderon.
Animal skulls.  Mark Elbroch.
Animals; 1419 copyright-free illustrations.
Animals and men. Kenneth Clark.
Art anatomy of animals. Ernest Thompson Seton.
Art and the life. George J. Cox.
Art of animal drawing. Ken Hultgren.
Art of responsive drawing.  Nathan Goldstein.
Art students’ anatomy.  Edmond J. Farris.
Artistic anatomy.  Dr. Paul Richer.
Artist’s complete guide to drawing the head.  William L. Maughan.
Artist’s complete guide to figure drawing.  Anthony Ryder.
The atlas of animal anatomy for artists. W. Ellenberger.
Atlas of  facial expression.  Stephen Rogers Peck.
Atlas of human anatomy for the artist. Stephen Rogers Peck.
Big cats; an artistic approach.  Desiree Hajny.
Cats; how to draw them. Melvyn Petterson.
Chauveau's comparative anatomy of the domesticated animals.
Charcoal Drawing. Francis Meyers.
Classic human anatomy; artist’s guide to form, function and movement. 
    
Valerie L. Winslow.

Classical drawing atelier.  Juliette Aristides.
Composition in Pictures. Ray Bethers.
Constructive anatomy.  George B. Bridgman.
Cyclopedia anatomicae; more than 1.500 illustrations of the human and animal figure for
     
the artist.  Gyorgy Feher.
Design and composition. Nathan Goldstein.
Draw 50 dogs.  Lee J. Ames.
Drawing animals.  Norman Adams.
Drawing dynamic hands. Burne Hogarth.
Drawing manual.  Thomas Eakins.
Drawing the human head.  Burne Hogarth.
Drawing handbook; themes, tools, and techniques. Nathan Goldstein.
Drawing on the right side of the brain.  Betty Edwards (1999).
Drawing realistic textures in pencil. J. D. Hillberry.
Drawing the head and figure.  Jack Hamm.
Drawing wildlife.  J.C. Amberlyn.
Dynamic anatomy.  Burne Hogarth.
Dynamic figure drawing. Burne Hogarth.
Dynamic wrinkles and drapery. Burne Hogarth.
Elements of drawing. John Ruskin.
Facial expressions; babies and teens.  Mark Simon.
Facial expressions; a visual reference for artists.  Mark Simon.

Figure drawing. Richard G. Hatton.
Figure drawing; the structure, anatomy, and expressive design of human form. Nathan
        
Goldstein
The figure in motion; a visual reference for the artist.  Thomas Easley.
Figures/Faces; a sketcher’s handbook.  Hugh Laidman.
First lessons in drawing and painting.  Jack Hamm.
Hands and their construction.  Victor Perard.
Hopper drawings; 44 works by Edward Hopper.
How to carve pretty faces. Ian McCoy.
How to draw bears. Joseph Maniscalco.
How to draw cats and kittens.  Frank Smith.
How to draw dogs. Barabara Levy.
How to draw dogs. Carrie A. Snyder.
How to draw heads and portraits.  Jose M. Parramon.
How to draw the human figure.  Jose M. Parramon.
Human Anatomy for artists; the elements of  form.  Eliot Goldfinger.
Human figure; an anatomy for artists.  David L. Rubins.
Ingres; portrait drawings.
Methods in the art of taxidermy. Oliver Davie.
Michelangelo; life drawings.
Modeling and sculpting animals. Edouard Lanteri.
Modeling and sculpting the human figure. Edouard Lanteri.
The natural way to drew.  Kimon Nicolaides.
The nude; a study in ideal form. Kenneth Clark.
Practice and science of drawing.  Harold Speed.
Secrets to drawing realistic faces. Carrie Stuart Parks.
Skeleton; Steve Parker.
Virtual pose; the ultimate visual reference series for drawing the human figure.
     
Mario Henri Chakkour.
Virtual Pose 2.
Virtual Pose 3.
Weatherly guide to drawing animals. Joe Weatherly.
Wild cats of the world. John Green.
 

Restoration and Conservation

Conservation and restoration of ceramics. Susan Buys.
Conservation and restoration of glass, 2nd ed. Sandra Davison.

Conservation of Glass and Ceramics; research, practice and training.  Norman H. Tennent.
Distance learning in the art of ceramic repair and restoration.  Mary Rose Wrangeham         (one manual and two VHS tapes).
Gentle art of applied pressure.  Robert Barclay
Graveyard preservation primer.  Lynette Strangstad.
Historic preservation technology.  Robert A. Young.
Porcelain; repair and restoration, 2nd ed. Nigel Williams.
The restorer’s handbook of ceramics and glass.  Jean-Michel Andre.
The restorer’s handbook of sculpture.  Jean-Michel Andre. (photo)
Sculptural monuments in an outdoor environment. Virginia Norton Naude.
Stain removal guide for stone.  Frederick M. Heuston.

Audio/Visual Format 

American experience: Gutzon Borglum. (VHS)
Basic techniques for working with steel.  Ron Covell. (DVD)
Biography: Michelangelo; artist and man. (VHS)
Deborah Butterfield; dialogue with the artist.  (DVD)
Face to face with Giocometti. (VHS)
Gerald Lynch; sculptor. Craig Rinkerman.  (DVD)
Isamu Noguchi. (VHS)
Mount Rushmore/ George Segal. (VHS)
Paul Puccio; sculptor. (VHS)
Profile in American Art: George Carlson. (VHS)
Turner sculpture: history, design, process.  (VHS)

A. Wasil:
    Full figure in high relief. (VHS)
    Sculpting the female torso. (VHS)
    Shortcuts to portrait sculpture. (VHS)
Art of sculpting with Philippe Faraut. (VHS)
Bruno Lucchesi. Sculpting the portrait. (VHS)
Ceramic repair and restoration.  Mary Rose Wrangham. (VHS)
Concrete countertops. Fu-Tung Cheng. (VHS)
Concrete fabrication; advanced techniques.  Buddy Rhodes.  (DVD).
Forgotten technology (rigging). (VHS)
How to make a brush-on rubber mold you can work with. Timothy Maslyn. (VHS)
Mold making instructions. Silpak, Inc. (VHS)
Robert Fida:
   
Casting with concrete. (VHS)
    Casting with hydrostone and hydrocal. (VHS)
    Casting with plaster. (VHS)
    Finishing techniques. (VHS)
    Moldmaking and csting for profit. (VHS)
Polytek Development Corporation:
   
Tape 1: Materials, methods and techniques. (VHS)
   
Tape 2: Product demonstration. (VHS)
   
Tape 3. Moldmaking and casting projects. (VHS)
Sculpting in stone. Milt Liebson. (VHS)
Stone carvings by Paul Rigby.  Fred Barrett (DVD)
Triple-S acid stain instructional video. (VHS)
Vaugel:
   
Sculpting the figure in clay. (VHS)
    Sculpting the portrait in clay. (VHS)
Wayne “the Dane” Hansen:
   
Introduction to tools, materials, and basic super sculpey sculpting. (VHS)
    Video Magazine; Issues #1; April 1996. (VHS)
   
Video Magazine; Issues #16 Sept. 1996. (VHS)
    Sculpting the human head. (VHS)
Welding. (VHS)