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S both the idea that portrait necessarily implies painting and the assumption that Enlightenment thought is manifest chiefly in French art By considering the bust and the statue as genres Malcolm Baker a leading sculpture scholar addresses the uestion of how these seemingly traditional images developed into ambitious forms of representation within a culture in which many core concepts of modernity were being formed The leading sculptor at this time in Britain was The Marble eBook Û Louis Francois Roubiliac – and his portraits.

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