Lysistratus in Wikipedia

Lysistratus was a Greek sculptor of the 4th century BC, brother of Lysippus of Sicyon. We are told by Pliny the Elder that he followed a strongly realistic line, being the first sculptor to take impressions of human faces in plaster.

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Lysistrătus in Harpers Dictionary of Classical Antiquities

(Λυσίστρατος). A statuary of Sicyon, who flourished in the 114th Olympiad. He was the brother of the celebrated Lysippus (Pliny , Pliny H. N. xxxv. 12, 44). He is said to have been the first artist who made use of gypsum moulds for casts of the human face.

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