One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A female artist who makes sculptures.
- ‘He says, for instance, he's currently dating a foreign sculptress in her late thirties.’
- ‘Verchick's clown oil paintings reveal evidence of her well-trained eye as a sculptress and former interior designer.’
- ‘Madame Tussaud's waxworks dates back to 1835, when French sculptress Marie Tussaud opened her famous collection in Baker Street.’
- ‘She's a sculptress and an artist, and her husband, Kenny Schachter, is also an art dealer.’
- ‘She was a sculptress and a painter whose work was displayed in her home.’
- ‘The week-end will showcase a love story between an Austrian forester and sculptress from Vienna in ‘The Forester of Silberwald’.’
- ‘As a sculptress, I've taken this from Artemisia's example: use your pain and turn it into something beautiful.’
- ‘Ms Stuart, who has lived in Dublin for many years, was described as an outstanding sculptress.’
- ‘Her career as a sculptress began in Italy through work with master sculptors in the artistic centre of Bottega Versiliese, in Pietra Santa where she still had a studio.’
- ‘Both were interested in the arts, both enjoyed painting, and Louise was on her way to becoming a skilled sculptress.’
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