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Beyond Beautiful: 15 Sculptures That Look Too Real To Be True

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The Despair, Louvre, Paris
Not only is this sculpture made with care and consideration to detail, but you can also feel the emotion of the despair as if you were looking at a real person, not a statue. It was created by Jean-Joseph Perraud in 1868.
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The Three Graces, Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
These three ladies depict mythological daughters of Zeus: Aglaea, Euphrosyne, and Thalia. Created by Antonio Canova in 1814.
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Boy Removing a Thorn, Alte Nationalgalerie, Berliini, Saksa
This outstanding work was created by Gustav Eberlein, a German painter, writer, and sculptor, whose sculptures remained banned for a long period of time in the 1900s.
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David, Florence
Created around 1500, the statue of David reveals Michelangelo’s incredible attention to detail. David’s face is a real masterpiece!
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Perseus with the Head of Medus, Loggia dei Lanzi, Florence
Benvenuto Cellini created this incredible sculpture in 1554 using bronze. It tells the story of Perseus beheading Medusa.
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