Piecing the Scraps Together. Roel D'Haese and his Sculptures
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Piecing the Scraps Together. Roel D'Haese and his Sculptures

(Herwig Todts) The Low Countries - 1995, № 3, pp. 258-263

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The Flemish sculptor Roel D'Haese casts bronze sculptures using the ‘lost wax' process. This technique was developed more than four thousand years ago in order to make durable bronze casts from fragile, complex three-dimensional models. D' Haese, however, has succeeded in transforming this laborious traditional procedure into a creative process in its own right. ‘The lost wax technique is as simple as using a pencil', says D'Haese.

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