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Sculpture masterpiece of Apollo and Daphne
A sculpture of Apollo and Daphne: a life-sized Baroque marble masterpiece.
A “King” Bronze
Martin Luther King Bronze head sculpture cast at the Paul King Foundry in Providence, RI.
Human Anatomy for Artists, the Elements of Form
Buccacio Sculpture Services LLC in Canton, Massachusetts, offering complete sculpture and foundry services.
Bronze Restoration and Conservation
Buccacio Sculpture Services and Foundry. A bronze sculpture Foundry providing quality craftmanship and restoration services to the greater New England area.
New England Sculptor finds inspiration from the Masters
New England Sculptor inspired from the great Masters.
New England Foundry restores 17th-Century scagliola.
New England Foundry, Buccacio Sculpture Services provides the restoration of 17th-Century scagliola to the New England area.
Massachusetts Foundry Produces Bronze Architectural Multiples
Massachusetts Foundry Buccacio Sculpture Services provides bronze architectural ornaments in multiples for historic homes in the New England area.
Architectural Ornament found in Historic New England
Boston, Massachusetts is a city filled with beautiful architectural ornament found on many well-known historic landmarks.
Collaborating with a Bronze Foundry Legend – Paul Cavanagh
NEWS: Massachusetts Foundry owner, Jeff Buccacio, aligns forces with legendary master foundry man, Paul Cavanagh, known for producing massive monuments.
Why Public Sculpture is Important
Public sculpture improves any site by engaging us. It makes us pay attention to our environment. It can encourage us to question what’s around us. It gives us a rich connection to our history, the natural world and our community.
Medardo Rosso – Famously Unknown
Rosso’s uniqueness and importance in the history of sculpture is established by his having approached his medium as a way of seeing, feeling, and creating images that reject what to that point had been the concept of sculpture as solid and static.