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Adriaen de Vries most often used a technique called "direct lost-wax casting." During the casting process, the wax of the original wax-and-clay model melts out, or is "lost," hence the technique's name. Because the model disappears, each bronze cast produced is a unique original. If the casting fails, the sculptor must begin again. Thus, only the most confident sculptors worked in this method.
 
Learn more about de Vries's traditional direct lost-wax approach: http://bit.ly/z4itlA
 
Read a biography of Adrien de Vries from the Getty Museum: http://bit.ly/ApZgky
 
Description of Juggling Man by Adrien de Vries: http://bit.ly/wpgHM9

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