Chares

Chares (kârˈēz, kāˈ–) [key], fl. 3d cent. B.C., Greek worker in bronze from Lindus, Rhodes; pupil of Lysippos. He was the sculptor of the Colossus of Rhodes and is said to have founded the Rhodian school of sculpture. No known works have survived.

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