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On November 20, 2018

The renaissance is actually a period of European culture, artistic, political and as well as we can say the rebirth of the historic period. Generally one can describe as taking place of the 14th century to the 17th century, the Renaissance period, therefore, promoted the rediscovery of the old classical philosophy, literate and artistic works. And here from the prehistory period, we have ranked the top best sculptures of all time.

Here is the list of the following renowned sculptures:-

1.Bust of Nefertiti by Thutmose

It is a portrait symbol of feminine beauty.

Apart from these 6 others are also mentioned here.

Famous Sculptures

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2.Terracotta Warriors

Famous Sculptures

Source: smithsonianmag.com

3.Nike of Samothrace

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4.Venus de Milo

Famous Sculptures

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5.David by Donatello

Famous Sculptures

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6.David by Michelangelo

This antique piece is the most iconic works ever made in all-time history.

Famous Sculptures

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7.Statue of Liberty

Famous Sculptures

Source: nycgo.com

8.The Thinker by RodinFamous Sculptures

Source: dia.org

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9.Lincoln MemorialFamous Sculptures

Source: nypost.com

10.Balloon Dog by Jeff KoonsFamous Sculptures

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11.Maman by Louise BourgeoisFamous Sculptures

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12.The Ecstasy of Saint TeresaFamous Sculptures

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13.Pieta by Michelangelo pietaFamous Sculptures

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14.Christ the RedeemerFamous Sculptures

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15.Manneken pisFamous Sculptures

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16.The Great SphinxFamous Sculptures

Source: medium.com

17.Cloud GateFamous Sculptures

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18.The DiscobolusFamous Sculptures

Source: en.wikipedia.org

The Terracotta Army,(210-209 BC), Gian Lorenzo Bernini (Ecstasy of Saint Teresa), Auguste Rodin (the Burghers of Calais), Constantine Brancusi (Mlle Pogany, 1913), Duchamp (Bicycle Wheel), Andy Warhol (Brillo Box, 1964), Donald Judd’s Untitled (Stack) in 1964, Yayoi Kusama’s (Accumulation No. 1, 1962), Eva Hesse (Hang Up, 1966), Richard Serra (House of Cards), Louise Bourgeois (Spider, in 1996), and lastly Cloud Gate, in 2006.

All these are some of the famous sculptures which are still now famous for its marvellous architectural designs.

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