Scopas ( Σκόπας, * to 420 BC in Paros, † 330 BC) was a Greek sculptor.

The next Praxiteles most famous sculptors of the 4th century BC was particularly on the frieze of the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus with (together with Bryaxis, Leochares and Timotheos, about 350 BC ). He also initiated the construction of the temple of Athena at Tegea. Scopas is artistically similar to Lysippos in imitation of Polykleitos. Characteristic of Scopas ' figures are almost square heads with deep-set eyes, arched eyebrows and mouth slightly open. Work of Scopas are in the British Museum in London ( frieze ) and to see the National Archaeological Museum in Athens.