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It was also common in that time to blank out the names of real people to avoid lawsuits and the like.This is often true in Japanese media set in the modern day as well, as first names are seen as being incredibly personal and sometimes not even used by close friends who still opt to use the surname.Interestingly, the reverse is true if the work is set in some periods of Japanese history where the size of many of the clans that dominated society meant that it was hard to figure out who you were talking about if you just used the surname so given names were used more instead.In other Asian media, however, you will often hear people referred to by their first names, but almost never by their last names - partly because of the low diversity of surnames in many Asian languages.

Gislebertus (12th century) Master of Cabestany (12th century) Master Mateo (12th century) Benedetto Antelami (active 1178-1196) Nicola Pisano (c.1206-1278) Giovanni Pisano (c.1250-1314) Arnolfo di Cambio (c.1240–1310) Giovanni di Balduccio (c.1290–1339) Andrea Pisano (1295-1348) Filippo Calendario (pre-1315-1355) Andre Beauneveu (c.1335-1400) Claus Sluter (c.1340-1406) Hans Multscher (c.1400-1467) Giorgio da Sebenico (1410-1473) Michel Colombe (c.1430-1512) Veit Stoss (c.1447-1533) Tilman Riemenschneider (c.1460-1531) Gregor Erhart (c.1460-1540).Compare and contrast The Scottish Trope, for where characters know a name, but actively avoid saying it.See also Nameless Narrative and The All-Concealing "I".For more about carving in China, see: Chinese Buddhist Sculpture (c.100-present).The most enduring and, arguably, the greatest form of fine art known to man, sculpture has played a major role in the evolution of Western culture.During its history, it has attracted some of the world's greatest artists, including classical sculptors like Phidias, Myron of Eleutherae, Polyklitos, Skopas, Lysippos, Praxiteles and Leochares, as well as Donatello (1386-1466), Michelangelo (1475-1654), Giambologna (1529-1608), the great Bernini (1598-1680), Auguste Rodin (1840-1917), Henry Moore (1898-1986), Picasso (1881-1973), Constantin Brancusi (1876-1957), and Damien Hirst (b.1965).