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Monday, April 13, 2015

New exhibit at Walters Art Museum showcases the statues of Maryland artist William Rinehart - By Mary Carole McCauley The Baltimore Sun

New exhibit at Walters Art Museum showcases the statues of Maryland artist William Rinehart By Mary Carole McCauley The Baltimore Sun http://www.baltimoresun.com/entertainment/arts/bs-ae-walters-rinehart-20150411-story.html#page=1


The abracadabra of sculpture's appeal

The master and a modern-day disciple

How many Rinehart sculptures can you find on a walk around town?

At a first look and even at a second, you'd swear it was magic.

Those three white towels, two folded neatly and the third rumpled and hanging every which way — surely they're made of terrycloth and purchased at a department store, not carved from white Carrara marble in a stone quarry by the 34-year-old Baltimore artist Sebastian Martorana.

Those two little boys curled up on a mattress, their heads barely heavy enough to dimple a pillow — surely they'll wake up any moment from their nap. But that nap, which was carved in stone by the master sculptor William Rinehart, has been going on undisturbed since 1869.

"Rinehart's Studio: Rough Stone to Living Marble," the new exhibition running at the Walters Art Museum, makes a strong case for the undiluted trickery that lies at the heart of sculpture's appeal.


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