Cast

An object, particularly a piece of sculpture, made by pouring or pressing liquid, molten, or malleable material into a mould. Typically, the sculptor produces a model in an easily workable material such as clay or wax, then constructs from this a mould, usually in plaster, into which the more durable material of the finished work, bronze for example, is poured.





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