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Arts of Love

Welcome to the Blue Sun Romance Arts of Love Great Romantic Sculptures!

SculptureEnhancing Relationship Growth through Art, Cinema, Theater, Literature, and Mutual Enjoyment.

Blue Sun Romance Arts of LoveGreat Romantic Sculpturessection is a wonderful place to inspire Relationship Enhancement.  Within this page you will find Great examples of Love and the Sculptured Arts, with awesome displays of romantic and timeless Love carved from the hearts of ancient desire, Sculptor’s bios, and more, mucho, mucho Amore’!

Love through the Ages has been a constant endeavor of endless Romantic Pursuit.  We are no different today than the spirited Romantics were a thousand years ago.  Men love Women.  And Women long for their Men.  The antics, tribulations, and tragedies we endure as humans for anything connected to Love, is sometimes utterly fascinating – and always will be.

Keeping the Flames of Youth in the Hearts of Old is the ultimate goal of dedicated Lovers.  Each partner understands the joys and efforts that go into pleasing a mate.  When you work hard to magnify surprises for your Lover, many rewards spring forth in the forms of appreciation, tenderness, and memory.  When you go out of your way to show kindness and love for your mate, it won’t go unnoticed.

Blue Sun Romance hopes to convey to you our love for these Arts with a few of the more deserving mentions in each of the disciplines we’ve covered.  To accompany your ‘Significant Other’ to even the most the most austere of Fine Arts Museums, is a treat always enjoyed in the heart.  We may strike the pose of a gallant warrior of marble, or find the lines of a bare breasted siren as alluring as the real woman we enjoy, but the magnificence and beauty of these timeless pieces are what keep us returning for more. 

So May Your Fancy Be…  Sculpture, Movies, Great Art, Dance, Poetry, Writing, or Music, we hope you find a touch of Romance in our Sculptures section that will woo and coo you into the arms of any Lover you want.  When we pursue great Love, it doesn’t come easy and it’s even harder to keep.  However, once you have found the man or woman whom you want to please for a long time to come, then you need every tool in your arsenal to win that person’s heart, energy, spirit, compassion, and love. 

Blue Sun Romance (and we’ll bet Cupid as well) surely hopes to get you there!



Blue Sun Romance found great Sculptors at www.cordair.com.

Browse a complete Spectrum of Fine Sculptor Arts at www.Cordair.com

Quent Cordair writes:

“Quent Cordair Fine Art was established by artist Quent Cordair in 1996. As a premier provider of contemporary Romantic Realism in painting, sculpture and drawing, QCFA has grown to serve an international clientele of private and corporate collectors.

Romantic Realism, the movement which renews the high esthetic standards and techniques of pre-20th century ateliers, brings a rebirth of comprehensibility, beauty, romanticism and stylization to contemporary subject matter. The gallery's collection emphasizes themes which celebrate the moments of happiness, joy and success possible to Man on earth. Subject matter includes figurative, narrative, allegorical, still-lifes, seascapes and landscapes. Award-winning painters and sculptors of international renown are represented, as well as emerging artists of unique vision and accomplishment. Commissions are available for portraiture, murals, garden and architectural projects.”

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Sculptor number one: Courtesy of www.cordair.com/eichinger -
Click name for Martin Eichinger's full collection, larger images and purchasing information.

Martin EichingerA narrative artist, sculpting the romantic and the mythic Limited-edition sculptures in bronze.

About Martin Eichinger ~


"Martin Eichinger does not refer to himself as a figurative sculptor, despite his obvious understanding of human anatomy: 'I am a narrative artist.

The language I use is form and anatomy, but what I try to sculpt is romantic, emotional, and perhaps mythic art.'

His sculptures are evidence of a visionary artist who has something positive and eternal to say ith his talent.


Sculptor number two: Courtesy of www.cordair.com/anjou -
Click name for Danielle Anjou's full collection, larger images and purchasing information.


Text Box:      Themes of pure joy and love of life include 22 limited-edition bronze sculptures.

About Danielle Anjou ~

Danielle Anjou is a classically trained figurative sculptor who has studied at the New York Institute of Fine Art, the Beaux Arts in Montreal and in France with Branlee Cadet. Her figurative bronze sculptures are shown internationally and are cherished in private collections worldwide

 

Sculptor number three:  courtesy of www.cordair.com/mack  - 
Click name for Bill Mack's full collection, larger images and purchasing information. 
    

Romantic Alto-relief and In-the-round sculpture. 

Text Box:  About Bill Mack ~

A master artist for more than 30 years, Bill Mack has created relief and in-the-round sculpture for collections and galleries worldwide — Japan, Europe, South America and the United States. Unquestionably the finest living relief sculptor, Mack has revived the long-lost alto-relief methods used centuries ago in classical art and architecture.
 

Jay Hall Carpenter  - 
Click name for Jay Hall Carpenter's full collection,
larger images and purchasing information.

From the hands of the former Artist-in-Residence, Washington Cathedral, D.C.14 limited-edition bronze sculptures.

About Jay Hall Carpenter ~

Jay Hall CarpenterA professional sculptor for three decades, Jay Hall Carpenter earned his reputation creating sculptures dedicated to public purpose. During 20 years as sculptor for the Washington National Cathedral, he created the original carver's models for over 500 sculptures that adorn the gothic, limestone building. These sculptures include saints, angels, grotesques, and gargoyles. Many American churches contain his work, as do the State Department, the Smithsonian, Canterbury Cathedral, and the New England Medical Center. Other clients include West Point Military Academy, the Washington Theater Awards, and the State of Maryland.


 
Other Sculptors include:

Auguste Rodin, French 1840 – 1917.
Click name for Auguste Rodin's full collection,
larger images and purchasing information courtesy www.Statue.com.

About Auguste Rodin ~

Auguste RodinThe passionate love of Francesca da Rimini and Paolo Malatesta was a theme which Rodin used to inspire The Kiss. Although it was originally intended to be part of the Gates of Hell, Rodin did not feel that it fit and removed the figures to make them an individual statue. The form of the lovers emerges from the highlights and shadows of the statue. Light and shade were used by Rodin to create an impression of actuality. He did with modeling that which his contemporaries, the French impressionist painters, were doing with pigment. Notice the convulsive contraction of the toes on the man's right foot and the tenseness of his hand in contrast to the woman's thigh. Such details reveal much of the passion that inflames the lovers, but they reveal it with taste and refinement.

Wrote the poet Rainer Maria Rilke of this masterpiece: One has the impression of seeing the delight of this kiss all over these bodies; it is like a sun which rises and its light is everywhere.

Statue.com is proud to offer reproductions of this famous statue in both bonded marble and bronze. To view our entire collection of Auguste Rodin Sculpture, please click here.




Venus De Milo; Aphrodite – The Goddess of Love 

Click name for Aphrodite’s full collection, larger images and purchasing information courtesy www.Statue.com .

There is no mistaking the classical elegance that has made the Venus statue one of the most common sculptures used in decorating today.

AphroditeWhether known as Venus or her Greek name Aphrodite, she is the goddess of love, beauty, and fertility. She represents affection and the attraction that binds people together in marriage. Her beauty is said to have caused the Trojan War and she was pursued by every God.

In Greek Mythology, her son Eros is the God of love and sexual desire. Her Roman son, Cupid, is the messenger of Love.

Venus de Milo Statue

The most famous Venus statue is the Venus de Milo housed in the Louvre in France. Although the sculptor is unknown and the date of origin can only be estimated the second century B.C., it remains a masterpiece with few equals.

In the early 19th Century the statue was discovered in an underground cavern on the Aegean island of Melos by a farmer digging in his field. It was missing its arms but it is believed that one held a shield while the other held a mirror so that she could admire her own beauty. After a unique series of events, the French acquired the statue and renamed it the Venus de Milo.

Birth of Venus

Coming from the sea, is this lovely statue of the Birth of Venus. The ancient legends say that Venus sprung from the foam of the sea. Her arrival at the abode of the Gods threw Mount Olympus into an uproar. Everyone was charmed by her beauty and each asked her hand in marriage. This legend was taken by Botticelli for his famous painting The Birth of Venus, which now hangs in the Uffizi gallery in Florence.

Venus by Canova


Canova carved the original Venus Italica to replace the ancient Roman Medici Venus, seized by Napoleon in 1802 from the Uffizi Gallery in Florence. In the true Neoclassical spirit, Canova decided to reinterpret the ancient work rather than carve an exact replica. Drawing inspiration from other classical statues of the goddess, he made several significant changes in the figure; as a result, his Venus appears more natural and her movement more gentle than the Medici Venus. The Venus Italica was immediately hailed as Canova's masterpiece and a worthy successor to the ancient Venus. When I saw this divine work of Canova, wrote the poet Ugo Foscolo in 1811, I sighed with a thousand desires, for really, if the Medici Venus is a most beautiful goddess, this is a most beautiful woman.

At Statue.com, we are proud to offer an extensive collection of Venus statues ranging from replicas of the classical pieces above to more modern erotic sculptures. Most of our Venus Statues can be found in our Venus Statue Gallery by clicking on the link below, but you will also find some modern Venus sculptures in the Classical Sculptures Gallery and some large Venus statues in our Life Size Sculpture Gallery.

 


 

At www.statue.com, you will find many great examples of visionary and classical art.  -  The Classical Statue Gallery consists of marble and bronze reproductions of many of the world’s most famous statues. You will find a large assortment from the world’s greatest sculptors like Michelangelo, Auguste Rodin, Donatello, and Canova.

Blue Sun Romance found other great Sculptors at: www.Sensual-Arts.com 

Specifically: www.sensual-arts.com/inspiration/sculpture/sculp-entry.htm  

Text Box:  Of course, there are many excellent examples that comprise the Sculpture Arts.  Many imaginative, modern-day sculptors as well as ancient, historical masters are waiting to be discovered.  Let your imagination and your desire prompt you to explore the best of these exhibits.  Through the resources we’ve mentioned in our “Arts of Love” highlights, be sure to include your Lover in your journey here and compare, imitate, or create your own aspects of passionate, artistic Love.

Good Luck and Have a Wonderful, Artistic Romance!


Blue Sun Romance.



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