Lysippus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Sicyon - Greek sculptor, 4th century B.C.
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two official artists, the sculptor Lysippus and the painter Apelles.
eia on the site of Potideia: Lysippus designs a special kind of vesse
Chares learns the art of sculpture as a pupil of Lysippus.
Lysippus acknowledges the "Doryphoros" of Polycleitus as his model
General comments on the art and character of Lysippus.
Lysistratus the brother of Lysippus develops a technique of taking
Metellus, who brings back some statues by Lysippus from Macedonia.
stern glower ? Why did Lysippus mould you thus with deje
of Alexander of Macedon Lysippus modelled Alexander's dar
And they say that Lysippus the sculptor, wishing to grati
the Servilian Law, as Lysippus said he had done by stud
ith the spur, your work, Lysippus, would surprise us by
- Achaean general, 202 B.C.
Achaean General: Lysippus
- in documents
spring journeys that old Lysippus perished lying in ambush
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