To drape or clothe a figure in a particular manner can add to the emotional content of the sculpture or drawing. Even when Homer has a resolute idea or story to tell, it is more natural and powerful when the pose and draping come from within the model.


Woman of Solitude
Madonna and Child
Cold Night in the Desert
Stele of the Villa of Mysteries
Eleni (“My Children!”)
Out of Africa
Eve in Her Modesty (Detail)
The Old Ways

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