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Royal Academy of Arts Bronze Exhibition
Publication date: Sep 16, 2012 2:59:24 PM
Sep 15, 2012 12:00:00 AM
End: Dec 9, 2012 12:00:00 AM
Experience some of the world's most iconic bronze sculptures both past and present in this wonderful exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts.
Covering over 5000 years of bronzes from Asia, Africa, and Europe, this exhibition bring together 150 sculptures from across the ages. The exhibition will include the recently unearther Crosby Garrett Roman cavalry helmet which was analysed by the IoA's Ruth Fillery-Travis. This is the first time this privately held masterpiece will go on display and may be the last.
Other highlights include the severed head of King Seuthes III and the 14th Century BC bronze and gold Chariot Of The Sun from Denmark.
In addition to these exceptional pieces of art, the exhibition will also offer insight into the various sculpting, casting, and finishing techniques employed by the artists.
Further information can be found and tickets can be purchased from the Royal Academy of Arts' website.
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