Václav Levý (14 September 1820, Nebřeziny, near Plasy – 30 April 1870, Prague), also known as Wenzel Lewy, was a Czech sculptor; considered to be one of the pioneers of the modern style in his country.
Rock sculptures of giant heads carved into the sandstone cliffs in the pine forest above the village Zelizy in the district Melnik, Czech Republic. It is the works of sculptor Vaclav Levy, who created in the period 1841-1846.
Rock Reliefs and Harfenice cave
The artificial cave is named after a girl with harp sitting next to monumental relief heads. It was carved by the sculptor Václav Levy in the years 1840-1845.