(Πραξίας/Praxías). Son of Lysimachus, sculptor from Athens, pupil of Calamis. His pediment groups on the Temple of Apollo at Delphi, which are described by Pausanias (10,19,4), survive. They were completed by Androsthenes from 335-327 BC, after P.'s death. Signatures of P. from the period 368-338 BC survive from Oropus and Athens; others in Delos and Thasos are from his son of the same name.
Overbeck, Nr. 857, 860
Lippold, 193, 243
J. Marcadé, Recueil des signatures de sculpteurs grecs, vol. 2, 1957, 109-113
EAA 6, s. v. P. …