The sculptors admitted that he had ideas in his groups, but he was not sculpturesque.
His sculpturesque tastes outweighed his talent for architecture.
The sculpturesque character of this richly fretted genus was shared by not a few of its contemporaries.
On the contrary, the same laws govern all manner of sculpturesque composition—scale or material making no difference whatever.
His odes are the most sculpturesque and faultless in the language.
A strong bust, sculpturesque, supporting a head that engaged the young man's wrapt attention.
The sublime of sculpturesque in crag structure is here, refined and modulated by the sweetness of sea distances.
He also developed a manner more pictorial than sculpturesque, which justifies our calling him a painter in bronze.
Much has been said about the sculpturesque character of Leconte de Lisle's poems.
Well, that now I call a real compliment, because of course you regard me dispassionately from a sculpturesque point of view.