John Willis Good was an English sculptor who was born in London in 1845. He studied at the Royal Academy Schools and exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1870 to 1878. Good is best known for his animal sculptures, which are characterized by their realism and their expressiveness. He also produced a number of portrait busts and other works.
Good's early work was influenced by the French animalier sculptors of the 19th century, such as Antoine-Louis Barye and François Pompon. However, he developed his own unique style, which was characterized by its boldness and its sense of movement. Good's sculptures are often highly detailed and realistic, and they capture the essence of the animals they depict.
Good's most famous work is probably his sculpture of a racehorse, entitled "The Tired Hunter". This sculpture was exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1875 and was immediately praised by more...
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