|Birth:||10 May 1854 Bucharest, Romania|
|Death:||1926 Bucharest, Romania|
Carol Storck (born May 10, 1854 in Bucharest, died 1926 in Bucharest was a romanian sculptor. He was a member of a family of sculptors, both his father Karl Storck (1826-1887) and his brother Frederic Storck (1872-1942) having the same profession.
Carol Storck studied at the Accademia di Belle Arti Firenze with sculptor Augusto Rivalta (1837-1925) a representative of the academic realist-naturist tradition. From 1876 to 1880 he studied in the United States of America, working mainly in Philadelphia.
In 1880 he returned to Romania.
Among his most known works are:
- the allegoric statues on the Palace of Justice (Bucharest)
- The monument of general Matei Vlădescu (1835-1901) located in the cemetery of the Viforâta convent in Aninoasa, Dâmboviţa county.
- The statue of painter Theodor Aman (1831-1891) which was relocated in 1992 on the painter's tomb. 
- The portrait of Iulia Hasdeu (1869-1888) exposed at present in the Iulia Hasdeu Castle in Câmpina, Prahova county 
- The monument of Dinicu Golescu (1777-1830) in Bucharest, for which he cooperated with sculptors Dimitrie D. Mirea (1864-1942) and Wladimir Hegel (1839-1918). .
Other works of Carol Storck are presented in the Frederic and Cecilia Cuţescu Storck museum in Bucharest. 
- ^ Few historic, stylistic and technical guide marks of some romanian artists’s presence in the XIXth century in Italy
- ^ Facultatea de Medicină „Carol Davila” București
- ^ Cimitirul eroilor români de la Smârdan, Bulgaria
- ^ Aninoasa
- ^ Arta românească, în topul preferințelor colecționarilor
- ^ Monument comemorativ.
- ^ Muzeul memorial Bogdan Petriceicu Hasdeu
- ^ Le monument de Dinicu Golescu
- ^ Colecția de Artă Plastică "Fr. Storck și Cecilia Cuțescu Storck"
- Academia Republicii Populare Române, Dicționar Enciclopedic Român, Editura Politică, București, 1962-1964