Alexandre-Émmanuel Bailli de Crussol d’Uzès (1743-1815)

Alexandre-Émmanuel Bailli de Crussol d’Uzès (1743-1815)

division 18 - French general. There are two reliefs on the tomb: this one is a young woman, sitting, her head crowned with thorns, she is leaning on the Bible and the Gospel, and holding a cross in her right hand while her left hand is offering a crown of Laurel to an angel who is about to lay it on a man’s bust.

Sculptor: unknown.

Chemin des Acacias.

Alexandre-Émmanuel Bailli de Crussol d’Uzès (1743-1815)

Alexandre-Émmanuel Bailli de Crussol d’Uzès (1743-1815)

division 18 - French general. There are two reliefs on the tomb: this one is a woman sitting beneath a weeping willow and laying her head on an urn placed before her.  

Sculptor: unknown.

Chemin des Acacias.

Robert de Fleurs (1872-1927)

Robert de Fleurs (1872-1927)

division 18 - French playwright, opera librettist and journalist. His full name was Robert Pellevé de La Motte-Ango, marquis de Flers. Medallion.

Sculptor: unknown.

Jean-Baptiste-Joseph, baron Fourier (1768-1830)

Jean-Baptiste-Joseph, baron Fourier (1768-1830)

division 18 - French physicist and mathematician. Bust of Jean (1830); note the Egyptian motif at the top of the tomb as well as along the sides.

Sculptor: Noël-Étienne Fessard.

Rond-Point Casimir Perier.

Christophe- Édouard-François, comte de Malet (1784-1843)

Christophe- Édouard-François, comte de Malet (1784-1843)

division 18 - and his wife Marie-Charlotte-Louise-Athénaïs Chapelle de Jumilhac (d. 1816). Statue of the Virgin Mary presenting the infant Jesus. The statue is well-weathered and the infant Jesus long gone.

Sculptor: unknown.

Avenue de la Chapelle and Rond point Casimir Perier.

Gaspard Monge, comte de Péluze (1746–1818)

Gaspard Monge, comte de Péluze (1746–1818)

division 18 - French mathematician. During the Revolution he served as Minister of Marine and was involved in reforming the French education system. His body was removed to the Pantheon during the bicentennial of the French Revolution in 1989. Bust.

Sculptor: Henri-Joseph Rutxheil.

Rond Point Casimir Perier.

Gaspard Monge, comte de Péluze (1746–1818) detail

Gaspard Monge, comte de Péluze (1746–1818) detail

division 18 - French mathematician. During the Revolution he served as Minister of Marine and was involved in reforming the French education system. His body was removed to the Pantheon during the bicentennial of the French Revolution in 1989.

Sculptor: Henri-Joseph Rutxheil.

Rond Point Casimir Perier.

Poreaux

Poreaux

division 18 - Relief above the chapel tomb entrance of a woman sitting on the floor (or ground) resting her head on her right arm which is leaning on a bed, table?

Sculptor: Unknown

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin.

François-Vincent Raspail (1794-1878)

François-Vincent Raspail (1794-1878)

division 18 - French chemist and politician. François was imprisoned during the reign of Louis-Philippe (1830-1848) and again shortly after the aborted revolution in 1848. It was while he was in prison that his wife Henriette Adélaïde died.

Statue represents the spirit of his dead wife attempting to visit him in prison.

Sculptor: Antoine Étex.

Rond Point Casimir Perier.

François-Étienne de Rosily-Mesros (1748-1832)

François-Étienne de Rosily-Mesros (1748-1832)

division 18 - French vice-admiral. Four reliefs, three at the base of the stele and one of an anchor near the top.

Sculptor: unknown.

Avenue des Acacias.

François-Étienne de Rosily-Mesros (1748-1832)

François-Étienne de Rosily-Mesros (1748-1832)

division 18 - French vice-admiral. Four reliefs, three at the base of the stele and one of an anchor near the top. 

Sculptor: unknown. 

Avenue des Acacias.

François-Étienne de Rosily-Mesros (1748-1832) detail

François-Étienne de Rosily-Mesros (1748-1832) detail

division 18 - French vice-admiral. Four reliefs, three at the base of the stele and one of an anchor near the top. 

Sculptor: unknown. 

Avenue des Acacias.