(1786 - 1860)
Joseph Gott was active/lived in United States, United Kingdom. Joseph Gott is known for Portrait bust, funerary monument, religious and dog sculpture.
Biography Joseph Gott
Joseph Gott (1786-1860) was apprenticed to John Flaxman for two
years. In 1805 he joined the Royal Academy Schools winning a Silver
Medal in 1806 and a Gold Medal in 1807. He spent the majority of
his working life in Rome where he was commissioned by a large number of
wealthy English patrons engaged on the grand Tour, including The 6th
Duke of Devonshire.
As well as executing a large number of
portrait busts, funerary monuments and religious sculpture, Gott
specialized in the depiction of dogs, especially greyhounds.
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