Posts Tagged ‘sculptures’

Giant Camel Sculptures in Saudi Desert Found To Be Incredibly Ancient

A team of archaeologists studying life-size rock carvings of animals in the Saudi Arabian desert were shocked to discover the true age of these impressive stone sculptures. These carved figures of giant camels were %20first found in 2018 , and it was originally estimated that they were about 2,000 years old. But the new analysis utilized […]

The Horse Tamers – Sculptures on Anichkov Bridge in Saint Petersburg

From Faces of Ancient Europe The Anichkov Bridge (Russian: Аничков мост, Anichkov Most) is the oldest and most famous bridge across the Fontanka River in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The current bridge, built in 1841-42 and reconstructed in 1906-08, combines a simple form with some spectacular decorations. As well as its four famous horse sculptures (1849–50), […]

The Sculptures of Respected German Artist Ernst Seger

Biography from German Art Gallery Ernst Seger (1865 1939), born in Neurode (Nowa Ruda, now Poland), studied sculpturing from 1884 at the Kunstschule in Breslau under Robert Härtel. From 1886 he worked in the Atelier of Christian Behrens, where he created the Eichendorff-Memorial for the Silezian City of Neisse. From 1893 to 1894 Seger stayed […]

Epic Sculptures of Willy Meller – You Are The Torch Bearers Of The Nation

Jakob Wilhelm Meller was a famous German sculptor. He was born in Köln on 4 March 1887. He became well-known through his work with the architect Clemens Klotz during the time of the National Socialism, among others for the Olympiastadion Berlin, the NS-Ordensburg Vogelsang and the NS-Ordensburg Krössinsee. Artwork by Willy Meller suffered greatly during […]

Ottmar Obermaier’s Sculptures of Physical Prowess, Athletic Pursuits and Beauty

From German Art Gallery Ottmar Obermaier (1883–1965) was born in Inzzell, Bavaria. In 1907 he went to Akademie der Bildende Kunsten in Munich, where he studied under Professor Erwin Kurz, who at that time was a famous teacher and sculptor of statues. Obermaier’s works were frequently displayed in the Glaspalast in Munich. From 1923 on […]

Wilhelm Tank’s Detailed Drawings and Sculptures of Human Anatomy

Wilhelm Tank (1888 – 1967), born in Kuschlin (Wartheland), was a German professor of anatomy, drawing and sculpting. His father, Emil Tank, was a superintendent (head of an administrative division of the Protestant church). Initially Tank studied engineering, but he then transferred to the ‘Universität der Künste’ in Berlin. Later, he studied anatomy under Hans […]

Planet X To Really Cause Mass Extinction?

The celestial body, theorized in many an ancient text – most notably among the Sumerians –  is predicted to be 10 times our size, and is currently still thousands of times further away from us than our sun. But if the latest research is correct, something is having a skewing effect on a group of […]

Cell Phones Are Cooking Our Reproductive Organs And Causing An Epidemic Of Cancer

Is your cell phone keeping you from having kids and slowly killing you at the same time? Most people have no idea that one of the greatest threats to their health may be something that they are willingly carrying around with them all day long.  A brand new study has just come out that shows […]

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