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sculp·tor

 (skŭlp′tər)
n.
1. One who produces sculptural artwork.
2. One who shapes, molds, or fashions especially with artistry or precision.
3. Sculptor A constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Cetus and Phoenix. Also called Sculptor's Workshop.

[Latin, from sculpere, to carve; see sculpture.]

sculptor

(ˈskʌlptə) or feminine

sculptress

n
(Art Terms) a person who practises sculpture

Sculptor

(ˈskʌlptə)
n, Latin genitive Sculptoris (skʌlpˈtɔːrɪs)
(Astronomy) a faint constellation in the S hemisphere between Phoenix and Cetus

sculp•tor

(ˈskʌlp tər)

n.
a person who sculptures.
[1625–35; < Latin, =sculp(ere) to carve + -tor -tor]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sculptor - an artist who creates sculpturessculptor - an artist who creates sculptures  
artist, creative person - a person whose creative work shows sensitivity and imagination
sculptress - a woman sculptor
2.Sculptor - a faint constellation in the southern hemisphere near Phoenix and Cetus

sculptor

noun carver, modeller I've been a professional sculptor for a long time.
Translations
مَثَّالنَحّات، مَثّال
sochař-ka
billedhuggerskulptør
kuvanveistäjä
kipar
szobrász
myndhöggvari
彫刻家
조각가
skulptorius
skulptorstēlnieks
BildehoggarenBilethoggarenbilledhoggerBilledhuggerenskulptør
sculptor
sochár
kipar
skulptör
ประติมากร
heykeltıraşheykeltraş
nhà điêu khắc

sculptor

[ˈskʌlptəʳ] Nescultor(a) m/f

sculptor

[ˈskʌlptər] nsculpteur/trice m/f

sculptor

nBildhauer(in) m(f)

sculptor

[ˈskʌlptəʳ] nscultore m

sculptor

(ˈskalptə) feminine ˈsculptress noun
an artist who carves or models in stone, clay, wood etc.
ˈsculpture (-tʃə) noun
1. the art of modelling or carving figures, shapes etc. He went to art school to study painting and sculpture.
2. work done by a sculptor. These statues are all examples of ancient Greek sculpture.

sculptor

مَثَّال sochař skulptør Bildhauer γλύπτης escultor kuvanveistäjä sculpteur kipar scultore 彫刻家 조각가 beeldhouwer skulptør rzeźbiarz escultor скульптор skulptör ประติมากร heykeltıraş nhà điêu khắc 雕塑家
References in classic literature ?
The poorest paid architect, engineer, general, author, sculptor, painter, lecturer, advocate, legislator, actor, preacher, singer is constructively in heaven when he is at work; and as for the musician with the fiddle-bow in his hand who sits in the midst of a great orchestra with the ebbing and flowing tides of divine sound washing over him -- why, certainly, he is at work, if you wish to call it that, but lord, it's a sarcasm just the same.
What the brush is to the artist, what the chisel is to the sculptor, the telephone was to Harriman.
Lastly, her hair, which, from being light in her youth, had become chestnut, and which she wore curled very plainly, and with much powder, admirably set off her face, in which the most rigid critic could only have desired a little less rouge, and the most fastidious sculptor a little more fineness in the nose.
Then, with his knife, he began to carve all sorts of objects in wood; it was thus that Pinelli, the famous sculptor, had commenced.
Yes, a chef d'oeuvre of the great Florentine sculptor, Benvenuto Cellini," replied Athos.
His face was grander than any sculptor had ever wrought in marble; none could behold him without awe and reverence.
And she saw Violet and Peony,--indeed, she looked more at them than at the image,--she saw the two children still at work; Peony bringing fresh snow, and Violet applying it to the figure as scientifically as a sculptor adds clay to his model.
One plant had wreathed itself round a statue of Vertumnus, which was thus quite veiled and shrouded in a drapery of hanging foliage, so happily arranged that it might have served a sculptor for a study.
As to themselves they were the bohemian circle, not very wide - half a dozen of us led by a sculptor whom we called Prax for short.
I on the other hand had hatched a little romance according to which she was the daughter of an artist, a painter or a sculptor, who had left the western world when the century was fresh, to study in the ancient schools.
But she has bright, keen, inquisitive eyes, superb teeth, a nose modelled by a sculptor, and a way of holding up her head and looking every one in the face, which is the most finished piece of impertinence I ever beheld.
The sculptor should have represented New York as a conjuror in evening dress, smiling blandly as he changed a rabbit into a bowl of goldfish.