Classical reliefs

These are made by manipulating photographed, scanned, colour-copied or digitally generated images into low relief, using cast paper, drawing, painting and other methods. They seek to evoke the three-dimensionality of the subjects from which they were originally taken.

These pay homage to mostly obscure  fragments of sculptural  imagery which David Gould admires greatly and which include heroic, decorative, grotesque or capricious subjects. They come from pieces of  Classical, Gothic, Baroque and other sculpture and relief,  which he has seen while travelling.

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