/ (ˈnɒləkɪnz) /
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Joseph. 1737–1823, British neoclassical sculptor of portrait busts, tombs, and mythological subjects
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How to use Nollekens in a sentence
Mrs. Nollekens then elevated herself on her toes, and, with a lisping palpitation, began to address the lady.Rowlandson the Caricaturist. Second Volume|Joseph Grego
This Judge Welch was the father of Mrs. Nollekens, and a brave and benevolent man.
At the above-named chapel Nollekens, the eminent sculptor, was baptized in 1737.
He also painted Stothard and Nollekens, and the well-known and admirable portrait of Fuseli.Art in England|Dutton Cook
There is a colossal tomb by Nollekens, the worst but one in the Abbey, commemorating three sea captains.A Year in Europe|Walter W. Moore