List of sculptors

This is a list of sculptors – notable people who are known for their three-dimensional artistic creations (this can include artists who use sound and light).

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Lists of sculptors by nationality

See also


  1. ^ Rubenstein, Charlotte Streifer, "American Women Sculptors: A History of Women Working in Three Dimensions", G. K. Hall and Co. Boston, 1990, p. 51.
  2. ^ "Sculptor's Death Unearthed: Edmonia Lewis Died in London in 1907" Archived 2011-03-24 at the Wayback Machine Cowan's Auctions: News. Retrieved 14 March 2011.

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Albert Memorial

The Albert Memorial, directly north of the Royal Albert Hall in Kensington Gardens, London, was commissioned by Queen Victoria in memory of her beloved husband Prince Albert, who died in 1861. Designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott in the Gothic Revival style, it takes the form of an ornate canopy or pavilion 176 feet (54 m) tall, in the style of a Gothic ciborium over the high altar of a church, sheltering a statue of the prince facing south. It took over ten years to complete, the £120,000 cost (the equivalent of about £10,000,000 in 2010) met by public subscription.

The memorial was opened in July 1872 by Queen Victoria, with the statue of Albert ceremonially "seated" in 1876.

It has been Grade I listed since 1970.

Andy Scott (sculptor)

Andy Scott (born 1964) is a Scottish figurative sculptor, working in galvanised steel and cast bronze.


An artist is a person engaged in an activity related to creating art, practicing the arts, or demonstrating an art. The common usage in both everyday speech and academic discourse is a practitioner in the visual arts only. The term is often used in the entertainment business, especially in a business context, for musicians and other performers (less often for actors). "Artiste" (the French for artist) is a variant used in English only in this context; this use is becoming rare. Use of the term to describe writers, for example, is valid, but less common, and mostly restricted to contexts like criticism.

George Segal (artist)

George Segal (November 26, 1924 – June 9, 2000) was an American painter and sculptor associated with the Pop Art movement. He was presented with the United States National Medal of Arts in 1999.

List of Dutch sculptors

This is a list of Dutch sculptors who were born and/or were primarily active in the Netherlands.

List of Hungarian sculptors

This is an incomplete list of Hungarian sculptors. For painters see List of Hungarian painters

List of Polish sculptors

A list of sculptors from Poland:


List of Russian artists

This is a list of artists of the Russian Federation, Soviet Union, Russian Empire, Tsardom of Russia and Grand Duchy of Moscow, including ethnic Russians and people of other ethnicities living in Russia. This list also includes those who were born in Russia but later emigrated, and those who were born elsewhere but immigrated to the country and/or worked there for a significant period of time.

For the full plain list of Russian artists on Wikipedia, see Category:Russian artists.

See also: List of Russian architects, List of Russian inventors, List of Russian explorers, List of Russian language writers, Russian culture

List of Slovenian artists

This article is a list of Slovenian artists and architects

List of painters by name

The following list of painters by name includes about 3,400 painters from all ages and parts of the world.

List of public art in the London Borough of Wandsworth

This is a list of public art in the London Borough of Wandsworth.

List of sculptors in the Web Gallery of Art

The List of sculptors in the Web Gallery of Art is a list of the named sculptors in the Web Gallery of Art (WGA). The online collection contains roughly 34,000 images by 4,000 artists, but only named artists with sculptures in the database are listed alphabetically here. The sculptor's name is followed by a title of one of their works and its location, which is hosted on the WGA website. For sculptors with more than one work in the WGA collection, or for works by unnamed or unattributed artists, see the Web Gallery of Art website or the corresponding Wikimedia Commons category. Of the 623 sculptors in the WGA database, there are only 2 women, namely Properzia de' Rossi, and Marie-Anne Collot.

For the complete list of artists and their artworks in the WGA collection, the database can be downloaded as a compressed file from the website.

Marble sculpture

Marble sculpture is the art of creating three-dimensional forms from marble. Sculpture is among the oldest of the arts. Even before painting cave walls, early humans fashioned shapes from stone. From these beginnings, artifacts have evolved to their current complexity.

Murad Toptani

Murat bej Toptani (1867–1918) was an Albanian poet, artist and activist of the Albanian National Awakening.

Along with his relative Abdi Toptani he became one of the signatories of Albanian Declaration of Independence in 1912.As a sculptor, Toptani created the first bust of George Kastrioti Skanderbeg, the national hero of Albania.

Outline of the visual arts

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to the visual arts:

Visual arts – class of art forms, including painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking and others, that focus on the creation of works which are primarily visual in nature. Visual Arts that produce three-dimensional objects, such as sculpture and architecture, are known as plastic arts. The current usage of visual arts includes fine arts as well as crafts, but this was not always the case.

Public art

Public art is art in any media that has been planned and executed with the intention of being staged in the physical public domain, usually outside and accessible to all. Public art is significant within the art world, amongst curators, commissioning bodies and practitioners of public art, to whom it signifies a working practice of site specificity, community involvement and collaboration. Public art may include any art which is exhibited in a public space including publicly accessible buildings, but often it is not that simple. Rather, the relationship between the content and audience, what the art is saying and to whom, is just as important if not more important than its physical location.

Web Gallery of Art

The Web Gallery of Art (WGA) is a virtual art gallery website. It displays historic European visual art, mainly from the Baroque, Gothic and Renaissance periods, available for educational and personal use.

Zoltán Kemény

Zoltán Kemény (21 March 1907 - 14 June 1965) was a sculptor.

Kemény was born in Bănița, Austro-Hungarian Empire (present-day Romania). He was the only Hungarian to win a prize at the Venice Biennale. He died in Zurich, Switzerland, aged 58.

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