Carriere

Carriere

division 6 - Medallion of le Silence signed "a ma chere Marguerite, Alix Marguerite".

Sculptor unknown.

Cassereau

Cassereau

division 6 - There's just something about this particular sculpture -- I have no idea whether it represents someone buried in this location or is merely symbolic of the quality of a life lived. There seems to be no direct historical appeal, either. It's the movement, a gesture forever captured in the state of moving, the act of being caught doing something delicate, tender and so alive.

Sculptor: Modern reproduction of Spring by Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse.

Chemin Grammont.

Collot

Collot

division 06 - Three reliefs, one angel on either side of the door to the tomb and a third relief above the door in the chapel’s pediment.

Sculptor: unknown.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin.

Joseph Panon, baron Desbassyns (1780-1850)

Joseph Panon, baron Desbassyns (1780-1850)

division 6 - Statue of a seated, veiled woman, her hands are joined and her head is tilted downward; to her right is a column surmounted by a funerary urn covered with a shroud falling along the column. The statue is well-weathered and no longer has no face.

Sculptor: Étienne Ricci.

Chemin Lebrun.

Maurice Garin (1863-1931)

Maurice Garin (1863-1931)

division 6 - Medallion.

Sculptor: unknown.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin.

François-Antoine Jecker (1765-1834)

François-Antoine Jecker (1765-1834)

division 6 - Bust.

Sculptor: unknown.

Chemin Lesseps.

Henri Lapommeraye (1830-1891)

Henri Lapommeraye (1830-1891)

division 6 - French journalist. Bust.

Sculptor: Emmanuel Fontaine.

Alphonse Lemerre (1838-1912)

Alphonse Lemerre (1838-1912)

division 6 - Medallion.

Sculptor: unknown.

Alexandre-Louis-François Manville (1846-1878)

Alexandre-Louis-François Manville (1846-1878)

division 6 - Gothic chapel (1852) with two statues of angels, one on each side of the door and a stained glass window.

Sculptors: Jean-Louis Lebègue and Paul Lebègue assisted with decorations; stained glass artist is unknown.

Chemin Lesseps.

Memorial to the Victims of June

Memorial to the Victims of June

division 6 - Erected originally to commemorate those who died during the uprising of June 1832 this monument has also been used to add those from the disturbances of 1834-1835, 1838 and 1848.

Sculptor: Jean-Baptiste-Louis Plantar.

Chemin Lesseps.

Auguste Nelaton (1807-1873)

Auguste Nelaton (1807-1873)

division 6 - French physician and professor of clinical surgery at the University of Paris. Medallion above the entrance to his tomb.

Sculptor: Felix Grabowski.

Chemin Lesseps and Chemin Grammont.

Emile Pages (1845-1922)

Emile Pages (1845-1922)

division 6 - Medallion.

Sculptor: unknown.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin.

Nestor-Joseph Pellassy des Fayolles

Nestor-Joseph Pellassy des Fayolles

division 6 - French physician. Medallion. At the base of the headstone is another medallion of a woman’s left profile in bronze signed simply “SC” or “SG”.

Sculptor: Auguste Iguel.

Pelassy - unknown female

Pelassy - unknown female

division 6 - medallion of unknown female signed "SC".

Regimbaud-Bernard-Sambaert

Regimbaud-Bernard-Sambaert

division 6 - Bust inside the chapel.

Sculptor: unknown.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin.

Pierre-François Regimbeau (1828-1899)

Pierre-François Regimbeau (1828-1899)

division 6 - French educator. Bust.

Sculptor: unknown. 

Jean Jacques Auguste Weiss (1827-1891)

Jean Jacques Auguste Weiss (1827-1891)

division 6 - Jean-Jacques-Auguste Weiss (1827-1891). French statesman. Bust.

Sculptor: Jean Ringel d’Illzach.