d'Ornano

d'Ornano

division 59 - Another superb example of how moving and creative one can be with something as simple as a door. Are these two angels reaching out to one another across time or guarding the entrance to the tomb?

Sculptor: unknown.

Avenue Circulaire, line 1.

d'Ornano (detail)

d'Ornano (detail)

division 59 - Another superb example of how moving and creative one can be with something as simple as a door. Are these two angels reaching out to one another across time or guarding the entrance to the tomb?

Sculptor: unknown.

Avenue Circulaire, line 1.

Louis-Denis-Armand Paillot (1841-1890)

Louis-Denis-Armand Paillot (1841-1890)

division 59 - Medallion.

Sculptor: unknown.

Charles Saladin (1876-1942)

Charles Saladin (1876-1942)

division 59 - French lieutenant colonel. Bust.

Sculptor: unknown.

Avenue du Boulevard.

Teillard

Teillard

division 59 - Two fascinating reliefs both above the door to the tomb: inside the front pediment are two snakes each devouring its own tail (see Geslin 20); the other is a mother stork tending to its young (see Turpin de Crissé 10).

Sculptor: unknown.

Émilie-Marie Vallet (d. 1863)

Émilie-Marie Vallet (d. 1863)

division 59 - Statue a young woman twisting her body in anguish.

Sculptor: Charles Desvergnes.