Germaine Bouteron

Germaine Bouteron

division 12 - Medallion of woman in right profile.

Sculptor: unknown.

Jean-Joseph Carriès (1855-1894)

Jean-Joseph Carriès (1855-1894)

division 12 - French sculptor and miniaturist. Statue of Carriès holding one of his miniatures and at the base is a woman’s (death?) mask.

Sculptor: Jean-Joseph Carriès.

Avenue Latérale du Sud.

Jean-Joseph Carriès (1855-1894)

Jean-Joseph Carriès (1855-1894)

division 12 - French sculptor and miniaturist. Statue of Carriès holding one of his miniatures.

Sculptor: Jean-Joseph Carriès.

Avenue Latérale du Sud.

Jean-Louis-André-Théodore Géricault (1791-1824)

Jean-Louis-André-Théodore Géricault (1791-1824)

division 12 - French painter. One of the pioneers of the French Romantic school of painting, Géricault is perhaps best known for his profoundly moving canvas, Raft of the Medusa. Based on the story of one of the most horrific disastrous shipwrecks of the 19th century, the creation of the canvas is a tale all its own and one well told by Jonathan Smiles in his masterful The Wreck of the Medusa (2007).

Sculptor: Antoine Étex.

Avenue de la Chapelle.

Jean-Louis-André-Théodore Géricault (1791-1824)

Jean-Louis-André-Théodore Géricault (1791-1824)

division 12 - French painter. One of the pioneers of the French Romantic school of painting, Géricault is perhaps best known for his profoundly moving canvas, Raft of the Medusa. Based on the story of one of the most horrific disastrous shipwrecks of the 19th century, the creation of the canvas is a tale all its own and one well told by Jonathan Smiles in his masterful The Wreck of the Medusa (2007).

Sculptor: Antoine Étex.

Avenue de la Chapelle.

Jean-Louis-André-Théodore Géricault (1791-1824)

Jean-Louis-André-Théodore Géricault (1791-1824)

division 12 - Detail bronze reproduction of Gericault's painting "The Raft of the Medusa."

Sculptor: Antoine Étex.

Avenue de la Chapelle.

Jarislowsky

Jarislowsky

division 12 - Canopy surrounded by bronze reliefs supported by six columns, several of which have bronze near the base used to hold immortelles, all covering a sarcophagus tomb, which has a bronze medallion relief covering the small door to the tomb.

Sculptor: Unknown.

Chemin Talma.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin,

Marguerite Lacressonière (1817-1859)

Marguerite Lacressonière (1817-1859)

division 12 - French actress. Bust of Marguerite appears to have caught her in mid-sentence during a performance.

Sculptor: unknown.

Chemin de la Chapelle

Paul Le Pelletier (1869-1896)

Paul Le Pelletier (1869-1896)

division 12 - Bust.

Sculptor: unknown.

Avenue Latérale du Sud.