"Agesander" redirects here. For other uses of this name, see Agesander (disambiguation).Agesander (Gr. Άγήσανδρος, also Agesandros, Hagesander, Hagesandros, or Hagesanderus) was a or, more likely, several Greek sculptors from the island of Rhodes, working in the first centuries BC and AD, in a late Hellenistic "baroque" style. If there was more than one sculptor called Agesander they were very likely related to each other. The very important works of the groups of Laocoön and his Sons, in the Vatican Museums, and the sculptures discovered at Sperlonga are both signed by three sculptors including an Agesander.