Like sculptors, you don’t take a block of marble then add another block halfway through.
Against the warnings of his partner, the sculptor Edmund Kara, and his friends, he decided to tell Duke in person that he was quitting.
Even then, whether a sculptor chooses chimpanzee or human muscles as their starting point can produce very different outcomes.
They’re like blank canvases for these artists and sculptors and gardeners.
Frankel and Mougne, who are sculptors, and Williams, a painter, all produce sleek, stylish abstractions.
Szymon Oltarzewski is a Polish-born artisan who is also a sculptor in his own right.
My mother is a sculptor (the sculptor Helaine Blumenfeld) and my father is a writer.
Sculptor John Raimondi filed a separate federal complaint for a very similar situation.
Now every Long Island divorcee thinks she can come and be a sculptor.
They also met with sculptor Ron Nagle, best known for abstraction.
He was a great friend of the distinguished American sculptor, Mr. Story, and was a frequent visitor at his house.
Jacques Pradier died near Paris, aged 54; the most distinguished sculptor of his day in France.
In 1839 the sculptor Dorlange-Sallenauve knew of Bixiou and complained of his slanders.
The leading sculptor for this unusually beautiful memorial was Leo Friedlander.
This unusual condition of his daughter was a real grief to the sculptor; but this grief was of short duration.
On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sculptor, such as: artist, carver, and chiseler.
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