(1702 - 1762)
Louis-François Roubiliac was active/lived in France, England. LouisFrancois Roubiliac is known for portrait bust and marble statue sculpture.
Biography Louis-François Roubiliac
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Louis-Francois Roubiliac (1695-1762)
The 18th century French Huguenot sculptor, Roubiliac spent most of his artistic career working in Late Baroque England, where he established a reputation for his brilliant and sensitive portrait busts - in stone, marble and terracotta - including those of notable figures like Shakespeare, Handel and Isaac Newton.
As a result of these works, together with his full-length seated marble statue of Handel (1738, Victoria & Albert Museum), numerous tomb sculptures and monumental statues, Roubiliac has come to be regarded as one of the best sculptors ever to work in England.
Very little is known of Roubiliac's career or how he learned the art of sculpture before moving to London in the
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