Realistic life-size Sculptures
The realistic life-size sculptures by Duane Hanson. He uses various materials such as polyester resin, fiberglass, Bondo, bronze, and accessories.
Notes about Hanson’s sculpting technique (from Wikipedia):
These works, cast from actual people, were made of fiberglass reinforced with fiber resin, then painted to make the revealed skin look realistic with veins and blemishes. Hanson then clothed the figures with garments from second-hand clothing stores and then theatrically arranged the action. Clearly these works contained strong social comment and can be seen as modern parallels to the concerns of 19th-century French Realists such as Honore Daumier and Jean Francois Millet, artists Hanson admired.
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