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Ron Mueck

Ron Mueck is a very popular sculptor who is well known for his unique art and sculpting skills. Ron is an Australian who is currently working in the United Kingdom. He gained a lot of attention and recognition after he came up with the “Dead Dad” sculpture.

Quick Facts: Ron Mueck

Name Ron Mueck
Birthday 1958
Age 62 years
Gender Male
Nationality Australian
Ethnicity White
Profession Sculptor
Net Worth $6.2 million
Married/Single Married
Wife Caroline Willing
Children Lola Mueck
Education Royal Academy of Arts
Instagram @ronmueckart
Twitter @MueckRon
Facebook Ron Mueck

This sculpture was also put in an exhibition in 1997at the Royal Academy of Arts, London in the Sensation exhibition. His works are very rare and are also very unique. It is also known that his art shows the unspoken thoughts of people and is also very private.

His biography is available on Wikipedia where there is a lot of info about his work and his sculpting. He is also well known for his sculpture which is named Boy which was made in 1999 which was 16 feet tall which was displayed in the Millennium Dome.

10 Facts About Ron Mueck:

  1. Ron Mueck is a married man whose wife’s name is Caroline Willing who is the sister of the popular British director named Nick Willing. 
  2. Since he has been blessed with a Wikipedia page of his own, his biography can be read there.
  3. He first came into the spotlight after he showcased his sculpture named Dead Dad. 
  4. His estimated net worth is approximately $6.2 million. 
  5. He is active on Instagram with the username @ronmueckart and he even has gained almost 74.2 thousand followers there.
  6. He is actually an Australian who was born in Melbourne, Australia. 
  7. Professionally, he is a well-known sculptor who has been currently living and working in London, UK.
  8. We can also find him on Twitter and Facebook with tons of followers there too.
  9. Ron and his wife, Caroline share a daughter together who has been named Lola Mueck.
  10. He had completed his graduation in the respective field from the Royal Academy of Arts.