English Vietnamese dictionary
sculpture /'skʌlptʃə/ (sculp) /skʌlp/
- danh từ
- thuật điêu khắc, thuật chạm trổ
- công trình điêu khắc
- (sinh vật học) đường vân, nét chạm (trên vỏ sò...)
- động từ
- điêu khắc, chạm trổ; trang trí bằng điêu khắc
- là nhà điêu khắc
- (sinh vật học), (động tính từ quá khứ) có nét chạm (vỏ sò...)
Advanced English dictionary
1 [C, U] a work of art that is a solid figure or object made by carving or shaping wood, stone, clay, metal, etc: a marble sculpture of Venus + He collects modern sculpture.
2 [U] the art of making sculptures: the techniques of sculpture in stone
sculptural adjective: sculptural decoration
1 figure, figurine, statue, statuette, group, head, bust, relief; bronze, marble:
His favourite sculpture is Rodin's Burghers of Calais .
2 sculpt or sculp, model, model, chisel, carve, cast, form, fashion:
The students are learning how to sculpture in clay.
abstract | monumental
piece | series | collection
VERB + SCULPTURE
She creates sculptures out of scrap materials.
| display, exhibit, show
a sculpture by Henry Moore
| ~ of
a sculpture of a horse
an exhibition of sculpture/sculptures
of art a piece/work of art
Michelangelo's Pietà is a magnificent work of art.
She collects Jacobean portraits.
display, exhibit, show ~
The works will be displayed in the new wing of the museum.
~ be (put) on display/exhibition/show ~ go on display/exhibition/show
paintings put on show for the first time The photographs are on exhibition until the end of September.
An annexe was built to house the sculptures.
a series of ~
a series of paintings by Van Gogh
a collection/exhibition of ~
an exhibition of early 20th century French masterpieces
an art/photographic/photography exhibition
The open art exhibition will allow new artists to exhibit their work.
a sculpture by Barbara Hepworth
Concise English dictionary
+a three-dimensional work of plastic art
+creating figures or designs in three dimensions
+create by shaping stone or wood or any other hard material
+shape (a material like stone or wood) by whittling away at it