Lysippus worked out the finest type of sculptured Hercules, of which the Farnese by Glycon is a grand specimen.
The portrait statues of Alexander the Great by Lysippus were very numerous.
But Lysippus would have made wonderful groups of her and thee.
The great King would only allow himself to be modeled by Lysippus.
A marble copy of the original bronze statue by Lysippus, who flourished in the 4th century B. C.
If only you had likewise found some Lysippus to cast the medal!
In front of the temple stood a bronze figure of a horse—supposed to be the famous Bucephalus—the work of Lysippus.
Many were the works of Myron, Lysippus, and the prime artists of Greece.
Like an athlete of Lysippus in strength and beauty, Arcade smothered his heavy adversary in his arms.
They erected to his memory a brazen statue, executed by Lysippus.