Nic Fiddian Green (born 1963) is a British sculptor,
who specialises is making lifelike models of horses heads, both smaller and larger than life-sized.
One of his larger works, Horse at Water was installed temporarily at Marble Arch in London. Once it was moved to Daylesford, Gloucestershire, the home of Sir Anthony and Lady Carole Bamford, who had commissioned it, he was asked to make a larger version,Still Water (2011; 33 feet (10 m) tall),to replace it.
Fiddian-Green works from a studio in the stable block at Wintershall, Surrey, using the horses there as life models. He casts bronze outdoors, using a mobile kiln, in the woods there. He also works in clay and riveted sheet metal, soapstone, and Carrara and Connemara marble.