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David Awaiting Goliath Before going to Eleganza the only sculpture that I had ever seen besides the small statues in neighbors yards was in books that I had looked at When I entered the museum I noticed the many sculptures that occupied the small space After walking around observing the different sculptures and listening to Dr Roselle speak I came to a decision that David was my favorite statue in the museum The complexity texture and realistic characteristics of Michelangelos David made this a beautiful sculpture I had only been exposed to pictures in books of sculpture before visiting Eleganza For me to be able to see the sculptures in their three-dimensional form right in front of me was an experience I had never thought that I would have unless I traveled to Europe Davids body structure looked so firm and strong I gained much respect for Michelangelo after hearing the stories Dr Roselle told about his remarkable success in sculpting It is hard for me to imagine the tools used to create the intricate details existed back when Michelangelo was working on his sculptures The texture of David was smooth to the touch every curve seemed to flow with the rest of the body structure The ivory color of the statue was pleasing to the eye and gave the statue even more of a soft smooth texture I was very pleased with the fact that I was allowed to touch David to feel the 2 texture for myself One thing that I noticed that seemed to stand out to me about all of the statues was that all of the toes were exceptionally long Davids appearance was that exactly of a human being I observed the body and there wasnt a flaw to be found The realness found in looking at David was astonishing Everything from the muscles in his arms and stomach to the curl in his hair
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