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Charcoal drawing of the Farnese Hercules, Hellenistic Sculpture, by P. Brad Parker

Charcoal drawing of the Farnese Hercules, Hellenistic Sculpture, by P. Brad Parker

Farnese Hercules in the National Archeological Museum in Naples, Italy; version of the Hellenistic bronze statue by Lysippos, ca. 330 BC, signed by Glykon of Athens; charcoal drawing made on site by P. Brad Parker
Michelangelo’s, Day, charcoal drawing made on site, by P. Brad Parker

Michelangelo’s, Day, charcoal drawing made on site, by P. Brad Parker

Day figure by Michelangelo, ca. 1526-1531, from the Giuliano de’ Medici tomb in the Medici Chapel, Florence; charcoal drawing of plaster cast in the Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen, made on site by P. Brad Parker
Charcoal drawing of the Dancing Faun, Hellenistic Sculpture, by P. Brad Parker

Charcoal drawing of the Dancing Faun, Hellenistic Sculpture, by P. Brad Parker

The Dancing Faun of Pompeii in the National Archeological Museum in Naples, Italy; version of the Hellenistic bronze statue by Lysippos, ca. 330 BC, charcoal drawing made on site by P. Brad Parker
Charcoal drawing of “Pan”, Hellenistic Greek Marble, by P. Brad Parker

Charcoal drawing of “Pan”, Hellenistic Greek Marble, by P. Brad Parker

Charcoal drawing of a Pan figure from a group sculpture, Pan and Daphne; Hellenistic marble copy of a late 2nd century BC bronze original attributed to Heliodoros of Rhodes; drawing of copy made on site in the National Archeological Museum in Naples by P. Brad Parker
Charcoal drawing of one of the figures from the Sperlonga Polyphemus Group, by P. Brad Parker

Charcoal drawing of one of the figures from the Sperlonga Polyphemus Group, by P. Brad Parker

Figure from the Polyphemus group in Sperlonga, Italy; copy or variant version of a 2nd century BC bronze original made for the Roman emperor Tiberius by three Rhodian sculptors—Athanadoros, Hagesandros, and Polydoros; drawing made at the Sperlonga Archeological Museum by P. Brad Parker
Zeus fights against Poryphion, by P. Brad Parker

Zeus fights against Poryphion, by P. Brad Parker

Portion of Pergamon Altar relief in the Pergamon Museum, Berlin, showing Zeus in combat; charcoal drawing of plaster cast in the Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen, made on site by P. Brad Parker
Pergamon Altarpiece, Tete de Tityos, by P. Brad Parker

Pergamon Altarpiece, Tete de Tityos, by P. Brad Parker

Tityos figure from the Pergamon Altar relief in the Pergamon Museum, Berlin; charcoal drawing made on site by P. Brad Parker
Charcoal drawing of life model, Paula, by P. Brad Parker

Charcoal drawing of life model, Paula, by P. Brad Parker

Dusk composition figure, rear view, charcoal drawing by P. Brad Parker
Paula, from front view, charcoal drawing from life model, by P. Brad Parker

Paula, from front view, charcoal drawing from life model, by P. Brad Parker

Dusk composition figure, front view, charcoal drawing by P. Brad Parker
Charcoal drawing of life model, Lea, quick study, by P. Brad Parker

Charcoal drawing of life model, Lea, quick study, by P. Brad Parker

Reclining Siren, charcoal drawing of life model Lea by P. Brad Parker (quick study)
Life Model: Mehrnosh, Diana composition by P. Brad Parker

Life Model: Mehrnosh, Diana composition by P. Brad Parker

Kneeling Female study for Diana composition, charcoal drawing of life model Mehrnosh by P. Brad Parker
Charcoal drawing of life model, Leaslie, by P Brad Parker

Charcoal drawing of life model, Leaslie, by P Brad Parker

Seated Athena composition, charcoal drawing of life model Leslie by P. Brad Parker; intended for translation to bas relief sculpture, hence the diagrammatic design
Charcoal drawing of life model, Marina, by P. Brad Parker

Charcoal drawing of life model, Marina, by P. Brad Parker

Charcoal drawing of life model, Marina, Seated Aphrodite Study, by P. Brad Parker
Charcoal drawing of life model, Joann, by P. Brad Parker

Charcoal drawing of life model, Joann, by P. Brad Parker

Reclining Female study, charcoal drawing of life model Joann by P. Brad Parker
Seated Siren, front view, by P. Brad Parker

Seated Siren, front view, by P. Brad Parker

Livia: Seated Siren, clay sculpture prior to plaster casting; sculpted from life by P. Brad Parker
Seated Siren, front top view, by P. Brad Parker

Seated Siren, front top view, by P. Brad Parker

Livia: Seated Siren, clay sculpture prior to plaster casting; sculpted from life by P. Brad Parker
Seated Siren, back view, by P. Brad Parker

Seated Siren, back view, by P. Brad Parker

Livia: Seated Siren, clay sculpture prior to plaster casting; sculpted from life by P. Brad Parker
Salome, front view, by P. Brad Parker

Salome, front view, by P. Brad Parker

Salome, clay sculpture prior to plaster casting; sculpted from life model Lea by P. Brad Parker
Salome, side view right, by P. Brad Parker

Salome, side view right, by P. Brad Parker

Salome, clay sculpture prior to plaster casting; sculpted from life model Lea by P. Brad Parker
Salome, side view left, by P. Brad Parker

Salome, side view left, by P. Brad Parker

Salome, clay sculpture prior to plaster casting; sculpted from life model Lea by P. Brad Parker
Salome, back view left, by P. Brad Parker

Salome, back view left, by P. Brad Parker

Salome, clay sculpture prior to plaster casting; sculpted from life model Lea by P. Brad Parker
Lilith and Eve, front view, by P. Brad Parker

Lilith and Eve, front view, by P. Brad Parker

Lilith and Eve, clay sculpture prior to plaster casting; sculpted from life models by P. Brad Parker
Lilith and Eve, front left view, by P. Brad Parker

Lilith and Eve, front left view, by P. Brad Parker

Lilith and Eve, clay sculpture prior to plaster casting; sculpted from life models by P. Brad Parker
Lilith and Eve, back right view, by P. Brad Parker

Lilith and Eve, back right view, by P. Brad Parker

Lilith and Eve, clay sculpture prior to plaster casting; sculpted from life models by P. Brad Parker
Lilith and Eve, back left view, by P. Brad Parker

Lilith and Eve, back left view, by P. Brad Parker

Lilith and Eve, clay sculpture prior to plaster casting; sculpted from life models by P. Brad Parker
St. Francis, robed, by P. Brad Parker

St. Francis, robed, by P. Brad Parker

St. Francis of Assisi, clay sculpture prior to plaster casting; sculpted from life model by P. Brad Parker; robed figure was sculpted first as a nude figure, then the robe was sculpted onto the nude, as a series of folds, and transitions of folds to the figure—a traditional method which reveals the figure through the robe
St. Francis of Assisi, clay, by P. Brad Parker

St. Francis of Assisi, clay, by P. Brad Parker

St. Francis of Assisi, clay sculpture prior to plaster casting; sculpted from life model by P. Brad Parker; robed figure was sculpted first as a nude figure, then the robe was sculpted onto the nude, as a series of folds, and transitions of folds to the figure—a traditional method which reveals the figure through the robe
William Harvey, clay, by P. Brad Parker

William Harvey, clay, by P. Brad Parker

Dr. William Harvey (Posthumous), clay sculpture prior to plaster casting; sculpted from life by P. Brad Parker; the subject (1578-1657) provided the first complete description of the circulation of the blood
Sonia, clay, by P. Brad Parker

Sonia, clay, by P. Brad Parker

Sonia, clay sculpture prior to plaster casting; sculpted from life by P. Brad Parker
Michelle, clay, by P. Brad Parker

Michelle, clay, by P. Brad Parker

Michelle, clay sculpture prior to plaster casting; sculpted from life by P. Brad Parker
Maggie, clay, by P. Brad Parker

Maggie, clay, by P. Brad Parker

Maggie, clay sculpture prior to plaster casting; sculpted from life by P. Brad Parker
Mr. Flues, cast with patina, by P. Brad Parker

Mr. Flues, cast with patina, by P. Brad Parker

A. Gilmore Flues, sculpted from life by P. Brad Parker; plaster cast with patina from clay; subject of portrait served as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Eisenhower Administration
Mr. Flues, cast, by P. Brad Parker

Mr. Flues, cast, by P. Brad Parker

A. Gilmore Flues, sculpted from life by P. Brad Parker; plaster cast from clay; subject of portrait served as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Eisenhower Administration

 

The sculpture gallery at The Parker Studio of Structural Sculpture may be visited by appointment. Please contact the artist.

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