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Giovanni Battista Foggini
ca. 1680–82
Simon Pantin I
1724–25
Jan van Mekeren
ca. 1700–1710
Gerhard Emmoser
1579
Jean Antoine Houdon
1788
Christopher Dresser
ca. 1878–81
Auguste Rodin
1891
Andrea Briosco, called Riccio
ca. 1510–20
French, Saint-Porchaire or Paris
ca. 1550
Johann Erhard Heiglen
ca. 1730
Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux
1865–67
Bernard Palissy
last quarter 16th century
Franz Anton Bustelli
ca. 1763
Donatello
1432
Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, St. Petersburg
1755–60
Master of the Martyrdom of St. Sebastian
probably mid-17th century
Jean Démosthène Dugourc
ca. 1799
Meissen Manufactory
ca. 1732
Robert Adam
1766–69
Gilles Joubert
1759
French, Paris
1532–33
Gian Lorenzo Bernini
ca. 1616–17
Antonio Rossellino
ca. 1455–60
French, Paris
ca. 1736–52, with later additions
Charles Le Brun
ca. 1683
Matthias Walbaum
1598–1600
Georges Jacob
ca. 1780–85
Jean Antoine Houdon
1787
Charles Percier
ca. 1809–19
Valentin Bousch
1531
Anonymous, 16th century
ca. 1575–95
Jean Henri Riesener
1783
Diego de Pesquera
1567–68
Italian, Venice, Murano
ca. 1475–1500 (modern foot)
Auguste Rodin
modeled 1880 or 1881, cast 1910
German, Augsburg
ca. 1743–45
Antico (Pier Jacopo Alari Bonacolsi)
ca. 1518–1524
André Charles Boulle
ca. 1710–20
Spanish, Almería
1506–15
Italian, Florence
ca. 1460–80