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Who decided that the museum had to be in an enclosed space? Who decided that our works of art had to be hidden in enclosed spaces?
Outdoor sculptures for landscapingThe ever-evolving status of the garden means that garden sculptures are becoming a defining characteristic in homemaker’s exteriors. It provides beauty and aesthetic to a garden but also a spruce of new, organic textures to the vegetation of your garden.
Landscaping has become more significant and symbolic to the domestic space, especially with the recent trend in botanical gardens.
This search page provides you some of the most popular and common styles to ensure your garden is more interactive.
Origins of garden sculptures in Britain and across the WorldSince the 17th century, gardens of the wealthy and elite often included sculptures of the Gods of Antiquity, which dominate the history of western garden sculpture.
Sculptures in English gardens revived after the restoration of Charles II in 1660. From then until the end of the eighteenth century, "English' garden sculpture is largely the story of north European migrants making copies of Greek statues, Roman statues, and Italian Renaissance statues.
A new generation of sculptors and garden designers boomed in the 1930s in Britain. They were influenced by the Modern Movement in art and design which promoted abstract art. This was led by Henry Moore and Ben Nicholson. The abstract nature caused scandal and was not widely accepted in Britain but more so in continental Europe and the Americas.