Vincas Grybas

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Vincas Grybas (3 October 1890 – 3 July 1941) was a Lithuanian sculptor. Vincas Grybas was born in Lukiškės village where he also finished elementary school. Later he continued his studies at Warsaw art school. After World War I Grybas extended his studies in Kaunas and Paris. After Lithuania was occupied by the Nazi Germany, Grybas was killed in 1941.

Works[edit]

Among Vincas Grybas most famous creations are the monuments Simonas Daukantas in Seda, Lithuania. Vytautas the Great(restored) in Kaunas, to Petras Vileišis in Pasvalys, and a church altar in Sintautai.


"Vincas Grybas" (in Lithuanian). Žemaičių dailės muziejus. Archived from the original on 2007-07-17. Retrieved 2007-09-22.