Arts: Visual_Arts: Sculpture: History: Sculptors
- Archipenko, Alexander
- Beuys, Joseph@
- Brancusi, Constantin
- Calder, Alexander
- Caro, Sir Anthony
- Chillida, Eduardo
- Epstein, Sir Jacob
- Gabo, Naum
- Gaudier-Brzeska, Henri
- Giacometti, Alberto@
- Gill, Eric@
- Goldsworthy, Andy@
- González, Julio
- Gottlieb, Adolph@
- Hepworth, Barbara@
- Hesse, Eva@
- Lipchitz, Jacques
- Matisse, Henri@
- Miro, Joan@
- Moore, Henry@
- Nevelson, Louise@
- Noguchi, Isamu
- Oldenburg, Claes Thure@
- Picasso, Pablo@
- Schwitters, Kurt@
- Smith, David
- Zadkine, Ossip
Arp, Jean (1886-1996)
Biography of the modernist sculptor Jean Arp from the Guggenheim Collection.
Augustincic, Antun (1900-1979)
Biography of Croatian monumental sculptor from the Augustincic Gallery.
Barnard, George Grey (1863-1938)
Highlights the contribution to the art world of the American sculptor, exploring the people and places that influenced him.
Carrick, Alexander (1882 - 1966)
Scottish sculptor who was responsible for many Scottish war memorials and was influential as an academician of the Royal Scottish Academy. The site provides a full biography of his life and work including many photographs.
Fredericks, Marshall M. (1908-1998)
Museum housing works that span the career of the American sculptor, known for his monumental figurative work, public memorials, fountains, portraits and sculptures of animals.
Henghes, Heinz (1906-1975)
Comprehensive account of the life and work of the German born artist and sculptor.
Maillol, Aristide (1861-1941)
An illustrated biography by Ryozo Himino of the French sculptor. This is an English translation by the author of a book in Japanese (Tokyo 2001).
McKenna, James (1933-2000)
Review of the achievement of Irish stone sculptor, and of his contribution to the International Hopkins Summer School in Ireland.
Polasek, Albin (1879-1965)
Museum and sculpture garden devoted to Czech-American sculptor.
Rheinhold, Hugo (1853-1900)
Axel Schmetzke provides primary and secondary sources on the life and works of the late-19th century German-Jewish sculptor, particularly his "Philosophizing Monkey" bronze.
Subirachs, Josep Maria (b.1927)
Pioneer of Avant Guard sculpture in Catalonia in the second half of the twentieth century. (Site in English, Catalan and Spanish)
Szukalski, Stanislav (1893-1987)
The official website for the Polish-American sculptor, painter and writer. Biographies, gallery, posters, and books.
Zúñiga, Francesco (1912-1998)
Eminent Mexican sculptor born in Costa Rica. Site features a small gallery of artworks and chronology as well as information on the rarely seen photography of Bernice Kolko.
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