S C U L P T U R E W OR K S H O P S O F A N G K OR : T W O R E C E N T E X C A V ATIO N S I N C A M B ODIA – TAASA Review September 2012


This article was originally found in the September 2012 edition of TAASA Review (Volume 21, Issue 3, Page 7).

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Martin Polkinghorne T he sculpture of Angkor is universally recognised as among the greatest creations of human genius.

Angkorian objects are represented in every major public collection of art including many in Australia.

The artists of Angkor rendered sculptures in sandstone and bronze distinguished by precision of execution and the classic canons of beauty: proportional balance and realism...