Eugéne Bidau (1839-1899)

Eugéne Bidau (1839-1899)

division 42 - French painter. Bust.

Sculptor: Mathurin Moreau.

Lucienne Calvet (1926-1944)

Lucienne Calvet (1926-1944)

division 42 - Victime de la liberation de Paris. Statue of an angel; photo of Lucienne.

Sculptor: unknown.

Chevalier

Chevalier

division 42 - Modern style relief of a young woman’s head (la Douleur? Virgin Mary?).

Sculptor: Unknown.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin

Louis-Desiré Delcous (1847-1931)

Louis-Desiré Delcous (1847-1931)

division 42 - Bust.

Sculptor: unknown.

Avenue Greffulhe, line 1.

Dubois

Dubois

division 42 - Large carved rock at the head of the tomb on which is a sprawling floral relief.

Sculptor: unknown.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin.

Lenormant de Villeneuve Madame Edler

Lenormant de Villeneuve Madame Edler

division 42 - Medallion (1883) of a young woman, also a relief of clasping hands near the base.

Sculptor: medallion by Paul Lèbegue.

Emile “Lysis” Letailleur (1869-1927)

Emile “Lysis” Letailleur (1869-1927)

division 42 - Medallion of a man in left profile.

Sculptor: J. Desbois.

Poux

Poux

division 42 - Medallion of a man in left profile.

Sculptor: unknown.

Henry de Triqueti (1803-1874) and his son Édouard-Henry

Henry de Triqueti (1803-1874) and his son Édouard-Henry

division 42 - Henry was a French sculptor, primarily of religious themes. This bronze relief sculpture was to honor his only son Édouard, who was killed in a horse riding accident in 1861; it represents Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead.

Sculptor: Henry de Triqueti.

Chemin des Anglais.