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Sculptors

— Tackling the third dimension

Antoine Pevsner

“Art must be inspiration controlled by mathematics”

1884-1962

Antonio Canova

A global titan of neoclassical sculpture

1757-1822

Augusta Savage

Sculptor, teacher and warrior for civil rights

1892-1962

Barbara Hepworth

The ovoid and its penetration

1903-1975

Eva Hesse

Living materials

1936-1970

François Auguste René Rodin

“Sculpture is the art of the hole and the lump”

1840-1917

Judith Scott

Cocoons, totems and twins

1943-2005

Luca della Robbia

Terra-cotta Master

1399-1482

Man Ray

Humor, sex, and a new camera

1890-1976

Marcel Duchamp

Giving art a cheerful middle finger

1887-1968

Mary Edmonia Lewis

African-American Chippewa woman takes over sculpture

1844-1907

Naum Gabo

Finding the calm center in the storm

1890-1977

Saloua Raouda Choucair

A lifetime of work in one room

1916-2017

Sarah Bernhardt

Actress on stage and screen moonlights as a sculptor

1844-1923
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Self-portraits

The canvas mirror

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