Robert Metzges (German)




Betty Branch (American)
Small Goddess
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Valery Yevdokimov (b. 1938, Russia)

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Standing Nude

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Mercurio Nino
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#65

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Dhruva Mistry (U.K.)






Therese Chotteau (Belgium) (1951-)
La Temple de la Nature, 2000





Jorge Egea (1975 - ) Spain
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Ian Rank-Broadley (U.K.)
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Elena Engelsen (1952 - ) (Norway) click here for more Elena Engelsen





Paul Rigby (USA) click here for more Paul Rigby





M.V.Pereislavets Vincent Van Gogh, 1981






Sheila Mitchell




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Emile Cornelis (Dutch)



Emile Cornelis (Dutch) contemporary




Kenny Mckay (Scottish)
Donald Dewar, 2002


Kenny Mckay (Scottish)
Donald Dewar, 2002




Robert Mileham (British)
Robert Mileham's website



   
David Alan Clark (American)
David Clark's website




Lena Lervik (Sweden)



Lena Lervik (Sweden)
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Thompson Dagnall (U.K.)
Tolpuddle Martyr
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Leslie Jackson (U.S.)
Salome
Leslie Jackson's website




James Earl Reid (U.S.)
Charles





Adriano Bozzolo (Italy)






Anna Maria Ferrari (Italy)






Rino Giannini (Italy)






Vanni Penone (Italy)






Susan Luppino (USA)






Giacomo Ceccarelli (Italy)






Thomas Marsh

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Patrick Purcell

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Goro Shintami (Finland)

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Eddy Roos (Netherlands)

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Kees Verkade(Netherlands)

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Aart Schonk(Netherlands)

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Roy Greve (Netherlands)

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Irenee Duriez (1950) (Belgium)










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for Shahid Hussein, Pakistan (1962).










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His Jewish themes are found here







   


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Satoru Kitagou (b. 1953) (Japan)













Tyuryo Sato(Japan)













Kato Yutaka ( b. 1948) (Japan)













Kubota Minoru ( b. 1947) (Japan)













Okawara Takanori (b. 1964) (Japan)













Hongo Hiroshi (b. 1951) (Japan)













Hsu Yuan-Feng (China)













Oleg Zakomorny (Russia)




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Uwe Maroske , B. 1961 (Germany)








Vivien Mallock (U.K.)

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Peter Woytuk (U.S.)

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Karen Salicath (Denmark, B. 1968)

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Jean-Philippe Richard (France, b. 1947)

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Christian Della Giustina (Venice, b. 1959)













N. R. Esipenko
1983












A. N. Esinbayev
Worker, 1983












Yri Grishko
1979



Yri Grishko












   
A. Batvinenko (Belarus), Annunciation 2004, Ballerina 2007













A. Shatzila (Belarus)
Guslar (national instrument of Belarus), 2007












Vladimir Zhbanov (Belarus)
Carriage of Governor Karneev











 


Anthony Antonios (U.S.)













David Rosner (U.S.)













Okumura Nabayuki (Japan/Italy)













Lida Baas (Netherlands)

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Ev Meynell (UK)












   
Ana Lazovsky (Israel)













Nathan David (UK)













A. Wasil (U.S.A.)













Victoria Davila (U.S.A.)
















   


Cicero Davila (Brazil)
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Sandra Semeghini (Brazil)















   


Claudio Barake (Brazil)















   


Michael Keropian (U.S.A.)
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Xavier Duver (France, b. 1945)















               
Geoffrey Dashwood (U.K., born 1947)















   




Marco Cornini (Italy, born 1966)
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Philip Jackson (U.K., born 1944)
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Mark Coreth ( UK ) - b. 1958















   

Alexander Stoddart (U.K., born 1959)
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Robert Graham (U.S., born 1938)
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Olivier Violleau (France )
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Jonathan Kenworthy (UK )
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George Carlson (U.S.A.)
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Roberta Castellari (Italy, B. 1972)
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Leonardo Lustig
(Italy, B. 1969)
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Nilda Maria Comas (Puerto Rico - Italy)
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Nina Koch (Germany, b. 1960)
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Ellen Sturm (Germany)















   

Franco Mauro Franchi (Italy, b. 1951)















   

Erik Blome

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Cai Zhisong (China)
















       

Andrei Kovaltchuk (Russia)

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Guy Le Perse (France)

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Margaret Beaudette S.C.

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Olga Nielsen

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Lotta Blokker (Netherlands, b. 1980)

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Czeslaw Dzwigaj (Poland, B. 1950)

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Simon Kogan (Russia, United States)

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Ettore Greco (Italy)

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Juan Martinez Lax
(Spain - b. 1946)
















   



Vasyl Yarych
(Ukraine - b. 1951)

More images are shown here














       



Mark Rode
(Australia-Ireland)

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(note: I'm only guessing that Marjorie was the Fitzgibbon who made this medallion.
It seems gnarly enough.)


Marjorie Fitzgibbon
(Ireland - born 1943)
















   

   




Peter Corlett
(Australia - born 1944)

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Graham Ibbeson
(UK - born 1951)

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21st Century figure sculpture

This page presents the lost generation of figure sculptors --i.e. those born after 1940 -- into an art world that offered extensive access but little (outside the Soviet Bloc) in the way of education or public appreciation for the qualities manifest in the previous 3,000 years of world figure sculpture .

This is an era for low-brow sensationalism, middle-brow sentimentality or high-brow alienation -- which is not to say that good sculpture has not been made --- but that it's hard to find.



These sculptors are outside the narrative of modernism -- and many American museums like the Met and the AIC stopped having regional exhibits after 1950 --- so exhibtion catalogs are not a source of images.

But gradually - through local displays - the assistance of friends -- searching the internet -- and just dumb luck -- I've been finding more and more





(note: All the pictures emailed to this site after 9/1/2007 -- will be permenantly posted to the

RECEIVING ROOM


-- so this is a good page to find works by living figure sculptors, whether Chris Miller happens to like them or not.




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