Top 20 Sculptor celebrities in England
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Sculptor celebrities [Updated June 3, 2023].
Grayson Perry was born
on March 24, 1960
During his teens, he became an open transvestite and was also involved in the English punk scene.
Net Worth 2020: $5 Million
Allen Jones was born
on September 1, 1937
His art was the basis for the sculptures found in 1971's A Clockwork Orange.
Salary 2020: $4 million
Richard Long was born
on June 2, 1945
He was involved with the first two international installations of Earth Art in the late 1960s.
Wil Hughes was born
on June 4, 1996
In addition to his Instagram, he runs a shop at society6.com where he sells a wide range of merchandise featuring his art including bags, prints, phone cases, and mugs.
Kathleen Scott was born
on March 27, 1878
Her sculpture of Titanic captain Edward Smith
was erected at Beacon Park in Lichfield, England.
Henry Moore was born
on July 30, 1898
The University of Chicago has featured his work.
Elisabeth Frink was born
on November 14, 1930
She was one of five 'Women of Achievement' selected for a set of British stamps.
Raymond Mason was born
on March 2, 1922
He was awarded the Order of the British Empire for services to sculpture and to Anglo-French relations.
Vanessa Hogge was born
on September 4, 1963
Sculptor who has worked primarily with porcelain and black clay, finding inspiration from Frida Kahlo, Indian miniature paintings, and Marianne North. She has more than 70,000 followers on her vanessahogge Instagram account.
She has sold her work out of her studio in Cockpit Arts in London. She was written up in Vogue in January 2018.
Marc Quinn was born
on January 8, 1964
British artist who has been a part of the group Young British Artists. He sculpted the piece entitled Alison Lapper Pregnant and Self.
His sculptures, paintings, and drawings often deal with the distanced relationship humans have with their bodies.
John Flaxman was born
on July 6, 1755
He began his career sculpting grave monuments.
John Bridgeman was born
on February 2, 1916
He was known for experimenting with new materials and used cement.
Jessie Lipscomb was born
on June 13, 1861
She won the Queen's Prize and the National Silver Medal.
Henry Weekes was born
on January 14, 1807
He was against excessive realism in his sculptures.
Harold Parker was born
on August 27, 1873
He was elected a member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors.
Gillie Schattner was born
on July 31, 1965
They have created commissioned pieces for Australia Zoo, Sydney Children's Hospital and McDonald's Corporate Headquarters in Singapore, amongst others.
Eric Gill was born
on February 22, 1882
He was deeply religious and followed the Roman Catholic faith.
Colin Christian was born
on March 30, 1964
in London, England.
Sculptor who created a robot for the American Heart Association that interviewed by Katie Couric. He was interviewed by Beautiful Bizarre in February 2018. He has more than 200,000 followers on his colinchristian Instagram account.
He created the worlds largest mousetrap for pest control company Truly Nolen. It was entered into the Guinness Book of World Records.
Anthony Caro was born
on March 8, 1924
His work was featured in London, Paris, New York and many other locations across the globe.
Anne Seymour Damer was born
on November 8, 1749
During one of her frequent trips to Europe, she was captured by a privateer, but was released unharmed.