This ClipArt gallery offers 147 images of famous works of sculpting by many famous artists and sculptors through the ages.

The sculpture, 'Ethan Allen' by Mead.

Statue of Ethan Allen

The sculpture, 'Ethan Allen' by Mead.

"The term used in sculpture to designate that mode of representing objects by which they are made to project strongly and boldly from the background, without being entirely detached." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Alto-Rilievo

"The term used in sculpture to designate that mode of representing objects by which they are made to…

"Archaistic Bronze Statuette from Verona, in the British Museum, in the imitation of Greek work, of the sixth century B.C."-Whitney, 1902

Archaistic Statuette

"Archaistic Bronze Statuette from Verona, in the British Museum, in the imitation of Greek work, of…

"Johann Heinrich von Dannecker, of Stuttgart, another great sculptor, excelled in portrait-statues, and was also very successful in his treatment of female figures. His busts of Scholler, and Lavater, and of King's Frederick and William of Wurtembery, are very valuable likenessess. His group, Ariadne and the Panther, in a private collection at Frankfort, copies of which abound everywhere, is his most famous work." —D'Anvers, 1895

Ariadne

"Johann Heinrich von Dannecker, of Stuttgart, another great sculptor, excelled in portrait-statues,…

An ancient Assyrian wall relief, depicting two hunters on a chariot.

Assyrian Chariot Wall Relief

An ancient Assyrian wall relief, depicting two hunters on a chariot.

An ancient Assyrian wall relief, showing four hunters.

Assyrian Wall Relief

An ancient Assyrian wall relief, showing four hunters.

A sculpture of a child, adorned with jewels and decorations

Bambino

A sculpture of a child, adorned with jewels and decorations

"Bas-relief from the Harpy tomb. In the British Museum." —D'Anvers, 1895

Bas-relief

"Bas-relief from the Harpy tomb. In the British Museum." —D'Anvers, 1895

"Part of the Triumphal Entrance of Alexander into Babylon." —D'Anvers, 1895

Bas-relief

"Part of the Triumphal Entrance of Alexander into Babylon." —D'Anvers, 1895

Sir John D'Abernon, 1277

Brass

Sir John D'Abernon, 1277

Margaret de Camoys, 1310

Brass

Margaret de Camoys, 1310

Henry de Grofhurst, c. 1330. Horsemonden, Kent.

Brass

Henry de Grofhurst, c. 1330. Horsemonden, Kent.

Sir Nicholas Burnell, 1382. Acton Burnell, Shropshire.

Brass

Sir Nicholas Burnell, 1382. Acton Burnell, Shropshire.

Margaret Lady Cobham, 1385. Cobham, Kent.

Brass

Margaret Lady Cobham, 1385. Cobham, Kent.

Sir John Corp and Eleanor, his grand-daughter, 1391, 1361. Stoke Fleming, Devonshire.

Brass

Sir John Corp and Eleanor, his grand-daughter, 1391, 1361. Stoke Fleming, Devonshire.

Sir Symon de Felbrigge and Margaret his wife, 1400. Felbrigge, Norfolk.

Brass

Sir Symon de Felbrigge and Margaret his wife, 1400. Felbrigge, Norfolk.

Thomas de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick and Lady, 1406 and 1401. St. Mary's Church, Warwick.

Brass

Thomas de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick and Lady, 1406 and 1401. St. Mary's Church, Warwick.

Thomas Cranley, Archbishop of Dublin, 1417. New College, Oxford.

Brass

Thomas Cranley, Archbishop of Dublin, 1417. New College, Oxford.

Sir William Vernon and Lady 1467. Tong Church, Shropshire.

Brass

Sir William Vernon and Lady 1467. Tong Church, Shropshire.

John Shelley Esq., 1526, and his wife Elizabeth 1513. Clapham, Sussex.

Brass

John Shelley Esq., 1526, and his wife Elizabeth 1513. Clapham, Sussex.

Dame Margaret Chute, 1614. Mardon, Herefordshire.

Brass

Dame Margaret Chute, 1614. Mardon, Herefordshire.

Sir Edward Filmer and Lady, 1638. East Sutton, Kent.

Brass

Sir Edward Filmer and Lady, 1638. East Sutton, Kent.

An illustration of a brass monument erected in honor of an Ecclesiastic.

Brass Monument

An illustration of a brass monument erected in honor of an Ecclesiastic.

"Sepulchral or monumental, large plates of brass inlaid in polished slabs of stone, and usually exhibiting the figure of the person intended to be commemorated, either in a carved outline on the plate or in the form of the plate itself. In place of the figure we sometimes find an ornamented cross. The earliest example of these monumental slabs now existing in England is that on the tomb of Sir John D'Abernon at Stoke D'Abernon Surrey." — Winston's Encyclopedia, 1919

Brasses

"Sepulchral or monumental, large plates of brass inlaid in polished slabs of stone, and usually exhibiting…

"Part of Henry VII's Bronze Screen." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

Bronze Screen

"Part of Henry VII's Bronze Screen." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

"Bronze statuette, wearing Himation." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Bronze Statuette

"Bronze statuette, wearing Himation." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

"Bronze statuette, wearing Toga." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Bronze Statuette

"Bronze statuette, wearing Toga." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

"Bronze Statuette from Etruria." &mdash Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Bronze Statuette

"Bronze Statuette from Etruria." &mdash Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

An ancient Assyrian wall relief, depicting the symbol of a winged bull with the head of a human male.

Winged Bull

An ancient Assyrian wall relief, depicting the symbol of a winged bull with the head of a human male.

A piece of statuary representing the head, shoulders and breast.

Bust

A piece of statuary representing the head, shoulders and breast.

A bust is a sculpted or cast representation of the upper part of the human figure, depicting a person's head and neck, as well as a variable portion of the chest and shoulders. The piece is normally supported by a plinth. These forms recreate the likeness of an individual. These may be of any suitable material (such as marble, bronze or clay).

Bust of Man

A bust is a sculpted or cast representation of the upper part of the human figure, depicting a person's…

"The Gonzaga Cameo. Ptolemy I. and Eurydice. Roman. In the St. Petersburg Museum." —D'Anvers, 1895

Gonzaga Cameo

"The Gonzaga Cameo. Ptolemy I. and Eurydice. Roman. In the St. Petersburg Museum." —D'Anvers,…

This sarcophagus with canopy is sculpted in stone. The canopy is in a gothic style and on top of tomb includes an eagle with its wings pointed upward.

Sarcophagus with Canopy

This sarcophagus with canopy is sculpted in stone. The canopy is in a gothic style and on top of tomb…

This wood carving is sculptured in alto-relievo which is a high relief. The design shows field animals is of foxes, deer, and partridges. The base is supported by two dogs and festoons of leaves.

Wood Carving

This wood carving is sculptured in alto-relievo which is a high relief. The design shows field animals…

This wood carving is a sculpture of wheat and wild flowers.

Wood Carving

This wood carving is a sculpture of wheat and wild flowers.

This wood carving shows an arrangement of the vine in Gothic form. The center is Virgin and Child with a serpent right below them.

Wood Carving

This wood carving shows an arrangement of the vine in Gothic form. The center is Virgin and Child with…

"From the ruins in the Villa Strozzi, on the Appian Road. Height 7 feet, 10 inches." — Chambers, 1881

Caryatis

"From the ruins in the Villa Strozzi, on the Appian Road. Height 7 feet, 10 inches." — Chambers,…

"The Sleeping Children. By Chantery. In Lichfield Cathedral." —D'Anvers, 1895

Sleeping children

"The Sleeping Children. By Chantery. In Lichfield Cathedral." —D'Anvers, 1895

"This quaint, rude figure, found in an early Christian tomb in Asia Minor, dates probably from the beginning of the third century. It is the oldest known statue of Christ. He wears the coarse garb of an Oriental peasant; his countenance is gentle and thoughtful; on his broad shoulders rests a lamb."—Webster, 1913

Christ the Good Shepherd

"This quaint, rude figure, found in an early Christian tomb in Asia Minor, dates probably from the beginning…

A metal bird.

Columba

A metal bird.

The sculpture of comus depicts comus (God of festivities) with the attending spirit descending on a glancing star.

Sculpture of Comus

The sculpture of comus depicts comus (God of festivities) with the attending spirit descending on a…

"Part of one of the Hampton Court Gates." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

Court Gates

"Part of one of the Hampton Court Gates." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

Women dancing.

Dancing

Women dancing.

Death and the Sculptor by French.

Death and the Sculptor

Death and the Sculptor by French.

This sculpture by the great artist, Donatello, is of many people kneeling and standing around the body of Jesus Christ. It is a Bronze-relief and can now be found in S. Lorenzo, Florence.

The Deposition

This sculpture by the great artist, Donatello, is of many people kneeling and standing around the body…

"The Discobolus, after Myron. In the Palazzo Massimi, at Rome." —D'Anvers, 1895

Discobolus

"The Discobolus, after Myron. In the Palazzo Massimi, at Rome." —D'Anvers, 1895

The sculpture, Discobolus by Naucydes.

Discobolus

The sculpture, Discobolus by Naucydes.

A sculpture representing and commemorating a person, usually in a church.

Effigy

A sculpture representing and commemorating a person, usually in a church.

This engraving shows a deer being attacked by wolves.

Engraving

This engraving shows a deer being attacked by wolves.

This engraving is in the style of a sea shell.

Engraving

This engraving is in the style of a sea shell.

"Terricotta Sarcophagus from Caere, front view." &mdash Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Etruria

"Terricotta Sarcophagus from Caere, front view." &mdash Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

"Terricotta Sarcophagus from Caere, back view." &mdash Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Etruria

"Terricotta Sarcophagus from Caere, back view." &mdash Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

"Bronze Etruscan figure." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Etruscan Figure

"Bronze Etruscan figure." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

This armor figure was sculpted by Austrian sculptor Fernkorn. Executed in bronze, the sculpture is displayed at the foundry of the Prince of Salms in Vienna, Austria.

Armor Figure

This armor figure was sculpted by Austrian sculptor Fernkorn. Executed in bronze, the sculpture is displayed…

This armor figure was sculpted by Austrian sculptor Fernkorn. Executed in bronze, the sculpture is displayed at the foundry of the Prince of Salms in Vienna, Austria.

Armor Figure

This armor figure was sculpted by Austrian sculptor Fernkorn. Executed in bronze, the sculpture is displayed…

Foliate Sculpture of the 13th Century. "Decorative sculpture conventionalized more or less from foliage, or based on the fundamental forms or habit of vegetation. -Greek, Renaissance." -Whitney, 1911

Foliate Sculpture

Foliate Sculpture of the 13th Century. "Decorative sculpture conventionalized more or less from foliage,…

"The Diana of Fontainbleau. By Benvenuto Cellini." —D'Anvers, 1895

Diana of Fontainebleau

"The Diana of Fontainbleau. By Benvenuto Cellini." —D'Anvers, 1895

Fountain of the Great Lakes by Taft.

Fountain of the Great Lakes

Fountain of the Great Lakes by Taft.

This water fountain is made out of cast iron. It has a design of a crocodile holding a fish in his mouth, beneath it is an otter and tortoise. The amphibious animals are surrounded by water lilies.

Water Fountain

This water fountain is made out of cast iron. It has a design of a crocodile holding a fish in his mouth,…

An illustration of a statue of a freedman.

Statue of Freedman

An illustration of a statue of a freedman.