The Sculptors ClipArt gallery includes 27 illustrations of people known for their work in sculpture.
Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi was a French sculptor. He is also known as Amilcar Hasenfratz,…
A French sculptor, most famous for the Statue of Liberty.
(1822-1899) French Realist painter.
(1822-1899) Marie-Rosalle Bonheur, also called Rosa Bonheur, was a French realist painter and sculptor.
(1377-1446) Italian architects during the Renaissance who worked mostly in Florence.
Distinguished Italian painter, sculptor, architect, and poet.
(1232-1310) Italian architect and sculptor.
(1500-1571) Italian painter, sculptor, and musician of the Renaissance famous for his autobiography.
A round medallion bearing a profile portrait of Michelangelo and the text, "MICHAELANGELUS-BONARROTUS-FLO-R-ATES-ANN...88"
(1500-1577) French architect of the Renaissance.
This picture is a painting of the great artist, Donatello. The artist of the portrait is unknown.
(1848-1907) American sculptor
This is a painting of the artist, Lorenso Ghiberti. The artist who painted the image is unknown.
(1510-1572) French sculptor and architect of the Renaissance.
(1452-1519) Italian painter
(1452-1519) Painter, sculpture and inventor during the high Renaissance.
A famous Italian artist, mathematician, and engineer.
(1452-1519) Famous Italian polymath who was a successful scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor,…
"Lucian, the humorous satirist, was a native of Samosata, in Syria, and flourished towards the end of…
Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni (March 6, 1475 – February 18, 1564), commonly known…
Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni (1475 – 1564), commonly known as Michelangelo was an Italian…
"Palmer, Erastus Dow, sculptor, born in Onondaga county, New York, in 1817; died in 1904. Among his…
(1537-1590) French sculptor of the Renaissance.
A famous neoclassical sculptor.
(1460-1529) Italian sculptor during the High Renaissance.
(1819-1895) American sculptor and poet
An American sculptor, writer and educator, was born in Elmwood, Illinois in 1860.