Claude Beccaris (1945-1993)
division 13 - Statuette of a cherub atop a column.
Madeleine-Sophie Armant madame Blanchard (1778-1819)
division 13 - French balloonist and aerial artist. The first woman balloonist, she was killed on 6 July 1819 during a performance at the Tivoli Gardens in Paris when her balloon caught fire and exploded and she was thrown out of the gondola and broke her neck.
Pedestal with a balloon on top and a flame on top of the balloon.
Mélanie-Joseph Dequesne Borsa (1771-1815)
division 13 - Also called Mazzetty. Relief of two cherubs, one leaning on an image of a small monument weeping the other holding a shield engraved with the letters D and B.
Charles Dufour (1814-1854)
division 13 - Medallion of a man in left profile.
François-Joseph Gossec (1734–1829)
division 13 - French composer. Medallion (1829).
Sculptor: Sylvestre-Joseph Brun.
Located just off of Avenue de la Chapelle, near Rond-Point Casimir Perier.
Marie-Anne-Pierette Paulze madame Lavoisier, comtesse Rumford
division 13 - Marie (1758-1836) was a chemist and widow of the great French scientist Antoine Lavoisier (guillotined in 1794). She was married for a short time to well-known physicist Benjamin Thompson, count Rumford. Bust of Marie.
Just off of Rond-Point Casimir Perier.
Milosz Magin (1929-1999)
division 13 - Polish composer. Medallion of man in left profile.
Auguste Panseron (1795-1859)
division 13 - French composer. Medallion.
Sculptor: Eugène-Louis Lequesne.
Gabriel Pierné (1863-1937)
division 13 - French music composer. A curious relief of two very different figures: a woman standing upright holding an actor’s mask gazing down at a tree wrapped with a ribbon while the second figure, possibly the god Pan, stares out at the viewer while playing a flute.
Sculptor: Henri Bouchard.