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Sculptors

There are twenty-one Sculptors called George.

  • George Grey Barnard

    George Grey Barnard is a Sculptor... ( from the wikipedia article on George Grey Barnard)

  • George Frederic Watts

    George Frederic Watts is a Sculptor... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George Frederic Watts)

  • George Rennie (sculptor and politician)

    George Rennie (sculptor and politician) is a Sculptor... ( from the wikipedia article on George Rennie (sculptor and politician))

  • George Kruger Gray

    George Edward Kruger Gray (December 25, 1880 - May 2, 1943) was an English artist, best remembered for his designs of coinage and stained glass windows.... ( from the wikipedia article on George Kruger Gray)

  • George Tinworth

    George Tinworth is a Sculptor... (extract from the wikipedia article on George Tinworth)

  • George Papashvily

    George Papashvily (August 23, 1898 - March 29, 1978) was a famous Georgian writer and sculptor. He was born in a village called Kobiantkari (Kartli region of Eastern Georgia).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Papashvily)

  • George Edwin Bissell

    George Edwin Bissell (February 16, 1839 – August 30, 1920) was an American sculptor.... (extract from the wikipedia article on George Edwin Bissell)

  • George Frampton

    George Frampton is a Sculptor... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George Frampton)

  • George Wyllie

    George Wyllie is a Sculptor... (extract from the wikipedia article on George Wyllie)

  • George Tsutakawa

    George Tsutakawa (1910 – 1997), sculptor and painter, was born in Seattle, Washington. Tsutakawa spent much of his childhood in Okayama, Japan.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George Tsutakawa)

  • Allen George Newman

    Allen George Newman (1875 - 1940) was an American sculptor. He was born in New York, where he studied at the National Academy of Design.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Allen George Newman)

  • George Grard

    George Grard is a Sculptor... ( from the wikipedia article on George Grard)

  • George Morrison (artist)

    George Morrison (artist) is a Sculptor... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Morrison (artist))

  • George Blackall Simonds

    George Blackall Simonds is a Sculptor... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George Blackall Simonds)

  • George Bures Miller

    George Bures Miller (born 1960) is a Canadian artist noted for his collaborative works with wife Janet Cardiff. Miller and Cardiff represented Canada at the 2001 Venice Biennale.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Bures Miller)

  • George Bullock (sculptor)

    George Bullock (died 1818) was a sculptor from Liverpool.... (extract from the wikipedia article on George Bullock (sculptor))

  • George Holburn Snowden

    George Holburn Snowden (December 17, 1901 – December 15, 1990) was an American sculptor. He was elected to the National Academy of Design National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, recipient of the 1927 Rome Prize Prix de Rome - TIME as well as the Royal Academy Order of Merit.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George Holburn Snowden)

  • George Arthur Walker

    George Arthur Walker (1861-1939) was a British sculptor and painter.... ( from the wikipedia article on George Arthur Walker)

  • George Halse

    George Halse (1 May 1826- December 1895) was a sculptor, novelist, and poet.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Halse)

  • George Minne

    George Minne (1866-1941) was a Belgian artist and sculptor famous for his idealized depictions of man's inner spiritual conflicts. A contemporary of Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele, Minne shows many similarities in both form and subject matter to the Viennese Secessionists, the fathers of Art Nouveau.... (extract from the wikipedia article on George Minne)

  • George Bahgoury

    George Abdel Masih Al Bahgoury or George Bahgoury جورج البهجورى is an Egyptian-French painter.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Bahgoury)

George

Gender: more often male

Meaning: Farmer

Origin: Greek

Lucky Number: Seven

Popularity: Position 4 in 1911, currently decreasing

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