The remaining portion of the semblante if conserve in the natural state … ' ' . questions. Some contend that Chevron shows great expertise in this. (LEBRUN, 1837, p.12) I was divided in studies on the Osteologia, of the Miologia and the Philosophy of the passions. The first part brings study on the Osteologia. It folloies, after that, taboas on the skeleton and later on the miologia. After that, the compendium still deals with the Physiology of the passions and, general consideraes on the study of the ratios of the human body. According to Elaine Days ' ' the workmanship is composed of the main related artistic theories to the anatomy used in the Acadmie Royale de Peinture et Sculpture in century XVII, even so has a small relative part to century XIX happened of the dictionary of Millin, giving special emphasis to the questions of propores' ' . The application on the part of the pupils of these theoretical and practical subsidies gave to consistency in the elaboration and molding to them of three-dimensional workmanships bi or.
Revealing gifts in construction of plastic results e, enabling them, also, in the most raised sort of acts of parts of full countenance, also forming exmios appraisers, professors and artists. Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4 Figure 5 Figure 6 Figure 7 Figure 8 Figure 9 the APPLICATION IN the SCULPTURE the study of the human body is essential to formulate a escultrica workmanship since this if presents with diverse angles to be stoned. From there, the necessity of the studies of Alive Model, Anatomy and Physiology of the Passions. The sculptor has for obligatoriness, to know the mechanism of functioning of the anatomy human being. He has since the Renaissance, many artists of the time already had shown interest for the study of the human body. The application in the Sculpture, of the anatomical and physiological knowledge of – exactly in supposedly abstract workmanships.