Jean Michel Rysbrack
(1693 - 1770)
Jean Michel Rysbrack was active/lived in Flemish, United Kingdom. Jean Rysbrack is known for painting and sculpture.
Biography Jean Michel Rysbrack
Michael Rysbrack was one of the best known British 18th-century sculptors. Flemish by birth, he arrived in London in 1720. His early tomb sculptures captivated the British public and soon he could count Lord Burlington, Viscount Cobham, and Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough, amongst his most loyal patrons. Sarah Churchill's patronage led him to create one of his most important tombs, that of John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough at Blenheim Palace.
Rysbrack's greatest public commission was his equestrian statue of King William III in Queen Square Bristol of 1733-1736. Important works by Rysbrack can be found in many of the world's leading museums, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, and
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