François-Marie, comte d’Aboville (1730-1817)

François-Marie, comte d’Aboville (1730-1817)

division 25 - French general. Chapel flanked by two bronze cannons with a list of the battles in which d’Aboville participated; and a medallion of the general in the top center of the chapel.

Sculptor: unknown.

François-Marie, comte d’Aboville (1730-1817)

François-Marie, comte d’Aboville (1730-1817)

division 25 - French general. Chapel flanked by two bronze cannons with a list of the battles in which d’Aboville participated; and a medallion of the general in the top center of the chapel.

Sculptor: unknown.

Faucheur

Faucheur

division 25 - Three stunning intertwined immortelles, each representing a different plant, and all covered with straying grape vines.

Sculptor: unknown.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin

Cornelie Gémond (1796-1822)

Cornelie Gémond (1796-1822)

division 25 - Medallion placed near the top of a high pyramid.

Sculptor: unknown.

Gémond (detail)

Gémond (detail)

division 25 - Medallion located near the top of a tall obelisk.

Sculptor: Unknown.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin

Antoine-Jean Gros (1771-1835)

Antoine-Jean Gros (1771-1835)

division 25 - French painter. Bust (1837).

Sculptor: Jean-Baptiste-Joseph De Bay.

Jean de La Fontaine (1621-1695)

Jean de La Fontaine (1621-1695)

divison 25 - French writer and humorist. Originally buried in the Cemetery of the Innocents, when that was closed his remains (more or less) were removed to the Musée des Monuments français and eventually settled in Père-Lachaise in 1817 along with Molière (they’re buried side-by-side); both graves are cenotaphs.

Two freize panels, one on either side of the base of the sarcophagus depicting characters from two of his most well-known stories: the Wolf and the Lamb, the Lamb and the Stork.

Sculptor: unknown.

Chemin Molière et la Fontaine.

Le Roy-Mailand. Probably Madeleine Le Roy (1725-1813) and Madame

Le Roy-Mailand. Probably Madeleine Le Roy (1725-1813) and Madame

division 25 - Reclining statue of a young woman – a reproduction of Ariane in the Vatican Museum.

Sculptor: unknown.

Chemin Molière.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin.

Rose Legendre (1796-1820)

Rose Legendre (1796-1820)

division 25 - Rose Legendre (1796-1820). Medallion of a young woman in left profile.

Sculptor: unknown.

Chemin Molière.

Gabrielle Lheritier de Chezelle (1805-1859)

Gabrielle Lheritier de Chezelle (1805-1859)

division 25 - Relief.

Sculptor: Jean-Louis-Augustin Lebègue.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin.

Anatole de Courde de Montaiglon (1824-1895)

Anatole de Courde de Montaiglon (1824-1895)

division 25 - French art critic. Bust, death mask (1896).

Sculptor: François Sicard.

Avenue Transversale No. 1.

Nelle

Nelle

division 25 - Relief on the upright stone and several reliefs on the small pedestal surmounted by a book at the front of the grave.

Sculptor: unknown.

Marie-Adeline Vagnier (1861-1902)

Marie-Adeline Vagnier (1861-1902)

division 25 - Medallion embedded in a large stone.

Sculptor: unknown.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin.

Vallé

Vallé

division 25 - chapel tomb in Egyptian revival style.

Artist: unknown.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin