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Artist and Sculptor

John A. Lanzalotti. M.D.

Featuring our top selection of fine portrait busts inspired by the greatest works of Jean-Antoine Houdon, the eighteenth century French master portrait sculptor.

Jean-Antoine Houdon

The collection also includes museum quality originals done in Houdon's style, as well as other original sculpture done in the Hellenistic Greek/Classical and Egyptian Style.

 

 

Artist and Sculptor

 John A. Lanzalotti, M.D.

 

 

A man of many talents, Williamsburg artist, sculptor and surgeon John Lanzalotti is internationally recognized for his vivid portrayals of the great intellectual, military, and political figures of the Enlightenment, as well as portraits of children and works depicting other historical and modern subjects. Dr. Lanzalotti creates Enlightenment-style figurative portrait sculpture busts in both marble and bronze in the style of 18th century sculptor Jean-Antoine Houdon. Lanzalotti shows the same remarkable degree of physical accuracy and extraordinary psychological insight that Houdon incorporated into his sculpture. He emulates Houdon's ability to bring the sculpture to life, capturing the subject's personality. Other commissioned works include both Hellenistic Greek/Classical and Egyptian Style.

  

He has carved marble portrait busts of William and Mary for the City of Williamsburg and one of his most recent works, a marble bust of Meriwether Lewis, is on display at the Virginia State Capitol in downtown Richmond.

Dr. Lanzalotti also paints in oils and is a medical illustrator and medical model maker. He also works as a medical -legal consultant in all areas of medical and surgical practice and prepares courtroom exhibits both as an illustrator and model maker.

 

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What are Portrait Busts?

 

History and Description of Portrait Busts

 

Individual Portrait Sculpture Commissions

 

Alphabetical Listing of Available Sculpture and Busts

 

Founding Fathers Life Size Busts

 

 

Penn Medicine Article

Penn Medicine Article PDF

 

Critical Review of Dr. Lanzalotti's Sculpture

 

Work in Progress

 

 Sherlock Holmes and Sculpture

 

  Fine Art Painting

Eighteenth Century Physician