[ UK /stˌæt‍ʃuːˈɛt/ ]
[ US /ˌstætʃuˈɛt/ ]
  1. a small carved or molded figure
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How To Use statuette In A Sentence

  • Cabinets of coins, medals, and bronze statuettes became a characteristic feature of German princely collections.
  • In the Best Supporting Actor category, Chris Cooper deservedly picked up the gold statuette for his barnstorming performance in Adaptation.
  • The film scored Best Atlantic Documentary and won him a Most Promising Director statuette.
  • A throwback to the Polynesian craze that swept North America in the '50s and '60s, the restaurant is full of Eastern Island statuettes, wooden tikis and a Hawaiian ukulele soundtrack.
  • The Quentin Foundation has assembled a topflight collection of renaissance and baroque bronze statuettes, including some of the boldest statements made by Mannerist and baroque sculptors.
  • Some of the interesting works available at the exhibition are bronze statuettes inspired by the metal sculpting of the Gupta and Chola period and a Panchloha sculpture of Lord Krishna playing the flute.
  • In case you missed it, an archaeological team led by Nicholas Conard at the University ofTübingenexcavated a truly remarkable mammoth-ivory statuette from a German cave, Hohle Fels. Check Your Venus Fantasies at the Door, Gentlemen
  • Terra cotta, which is afterwards baked, is plastic; and yet becomes hard; thus a Tanagra figurine is an example of plastic art, while a Florentine marble statuette is a product of sculpture. Arts and Crafts in the Middle Ages A Description of Mediaeval Workmanship in Several of the Departments of Applied Art, Together with Some Account of Special Artisans in the Early Renaissance
  • The small Greek figurines known as Tanagra statuettes were mass produced from moulds, and reproduce everyday life as well as copies of famous statues.
  • This painting within a painting shows a flayed figure whose blue body resembles an ecorche statuette used in academic life-study classes.
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