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The great sculptors through the ages=

Classical Greek Sculpture • V - I centuries BCE

  • Myron of Eleutherae (mid 5th-century BCE) One of the greatest sculptors of Early Classical Greek sculpture. Famous sculpture: the disc thrower known as Discobolus (c.425 BCE).
  • Phidias (488-431 BCE). One of the greatest sculptors of Classical Antiquity, and the greatest carver of High Classical Greek sculpture. Famous sculptures: Athena at the Parthenon, Athens; the colossal figures of Zeus at Olympia (one of the Seven Wonders of the World).
  • Polyklitus (5th century BCE) One of the most important and greatest sculptors of classical antiquity. Famous sculpture: The Doryphoros or Canon of Sikyon.
  • Praxiteles (375-335 BCE) One of the most famous and greatest sculptors of ancient Greece. Fanous sculptures: Hermes with the Infant Dionysius and Aphrodite of Knidus.
  • Leochares (4th Century BCE) Leading figures in Athenian Hellenistic Greek sculpture of the 4th century BCE. Famous sculptures: Diana of Versailles and Apollo Belvedere.
  • Lysippos (c.395-305 BCE) One of the greatest sculptors of the Late Classical period of Greek sculpture. Famous sculpture: Socrates.
  • Hagesander, Athenodoros and Polydorus (mid 1st-century BCE) Three sculptors from the island of Rhodes. Famous sculpture: Laocoon and His Sons (c.42-20 BCE), One of the two most famous sculpture from Ancient Greece (the other is Venus of Milo).

Roman Sculpture • I century BCE - IV century CE

Middle Ages Sculpture • V to XIV centuries

  • Nicola Pisano (c.1220/1225 – c. 1278) Italian sculptor, sometimes considered to be the founder of modern sculpture.
  • Giovanni Pisano (c. 1250 – c. 1315) Italian sculptor, painter and architect.
  • Luca della Robbia (1399 – 1482) Italian sculptor from Florence, noted for his terra-cotta roundels.

XV Century Sculpture

XVI Century Sculpture

XVII Century Sculpture

  • Giovanni Bernini (1598 – 1680). The dominant sculptor and architect of the Counter-Reformation Baroque.

XVIII Century Sculpture

  • John Bacon (1740-1799) was a British sculptor.
  • John Bacon, (1777–1859) was an English sculptor, son of above
  • Edward Hodges Baily (1788-1867) (sometimes misspelled Bailey) -English sculptor who was born in Bristol.
  • Thomas Banks (December 29, 1735 – February 2, 1805) English sculptor.
  • Benedetto Sangiovanni

XIX Century Sculpture

  • Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi (Aug. 2, 1834 – Oct. 4, 1904) French sculptor who is best known for designing the Statue of Liberty.
  • Auguste Rodin (1840 – 1917), French sculptor, generally considered the progenitor of modern sculpture. Rodin remains one of the few sculptors widely known outside the visual arts community.
  • Mahonri Macintosh Young (1877 – 1957) American sculptor and artist from Utah. Lived most of his life in New York City. Was the Grandson of Brigham Young. Young is one of the best-known artists from Utah

XX Century Sculpture

  • Sir Jacob Epstein KBE (1880 – 1959) American-born British sculptor who helped pioneer modern sculpture.
  • חנה אורלוף Chana Orloff (1888 – 1968) Ukraine-born Israeli figurative sculptor.
  • Jacques (Chaim Jacob) Lipchitz (1891-1973) A Cubist sculptor. One of the most acclaimed and innovative sculptors of the twentieth century.
  • Alexander Calder (1898 - 1976) American sculptor and artist, first to produce mobiles and stabiles.
  • Henry Moore OM CH FBA (1898 – 1986) English sculptor and artist. Best known for his semi-abstract monumental bronze sculptures which are located around the world as public works of art.
  • Yitzhak Danziger יצחק דנציגר (1916 – 1977) Israeli sculptor. One of the pioneer sculptors of the Canaanite Movement, and later joined the "Ofakim Hadashim" (New Horizons) group.
  • Karol Broniatowski , Wikipedia (born 23 April 1945 in Łódź) Famous Polish sculptor who lives and works in Berlin.