Lysippos Sculpture Reproductions
Flourished c. 370-c. 300 B.C.E. Lysippos was a Greek sculptor and head of the school at Argos and Sicyon. Said to have made more the 1,500 works, all of them in bronze, according to the Roman writer Pliny the Elder. Unfortunately, none of the original works have been preserved though there are a few copies that are ascribed to him. Lysippus is best known for the life-like nature of his sculptures and the slender proportions of his figures.