Louis Bietry (1824-1854)

Louis Bietry (1824-1854)

division 7 - Bust (1856) above the entrance to the tomb.

Sculptor: Pierre Pons.

Avenue Casimir Perier.

Abraham Diaz-Carvalho (1796-1814)

Abraham Diaz-Carvalho (1796-1814)

division 7 - Relief of Abraham's head.

Sculptor: Pierre-Alphonse Fessard (56).

Located at the end of Avenue Rachel.

Epstein

Epstein

division 7 - Bust of a man inside a chapel tomb.

Sculptor: unknown.

Adele Brull Fould (1809-1839)

Adele Brull Fould (1809-1839)

division 7 - Wife of Louis Fould. Bust.

Sculptor: unknown.

L. W. Gaugiran (d. 1837)

L. W. Gaugiran (d. 1837)

division 7 - Relief of a shrouded woman.

Sculptor: unknown.

Héloïse (1101-1864) and Abélard (1079-1142)

Héloïse (1101-1864) and Abélard (1079-1142)

division 7 - Separated in life, together in death. Abduction, castration, terror, fear and the profound anguish caused by the loss of a one and only love, the story of Héloïse and Abélard remains the ultimate romantic tale of "undying," eternal love. The tomb itself is reportedly crafted from pieces of the original Paraclet Abbey founded by Abélard and of which Héloïse was the first abbess as well as from their tomb in the priory of Saint-Marcel.

Sculptors: unknown.

Héloïse (1101-1864) and Abélard (1079-1142)

Héloïse (1101-1864) and Abélard (1079-1142)

division 7 - Separated in life, together in death. Abduction, castration, terror, fear and the profound anguish caused by the loss of a one and only love, the story of Héloïse and Abélard remains the ultimate romantic tale of "undying," eternal love. The tomb itself is reportedly crafted from pieces of the original Paraclet Abbey founded by Abélard and of which Héloïse was the first abbess as well as from their tomb in the priory of Saint-Marcel.

Sculptors: unknown.

Legay

Legay

division 7 - Sculpture of two arms reaching up from the tomb and one grasping onto the other.

Sculptor: unknown.

Avenue Casimir Perier.

Maas -Parsons

Maas -Parsons

division 7 - Statue, la Douleur kneeling holding two immortelles, one for Parsons and one for Maas.

Sculptor: unknown.

Located at the end of Avenue Rachel.

Jules Raoux (1849-1924)

Jules Raoux (1849-1924)

division 7 - Medallion of a man’s left profile.

Sculptor: Victor Demanet.

Antoine-Joseph Reicha (1770-1836)

Antoine-Joseph Reicha (1770-1836)

division 7 - Czech composer and professor of music. Relief with a bust of Reicha in the top center, a winged cherub plays the lyre to his right and to his left Euterpe, Muse of Music, holding two flutes, one in each hand, turns to look at Reicha.

Sculptor: Dominique Molchneth.

Avenue Casimir Perier and Chemin Serre.

Jacob Roblès (1782-1842)

Jacob Roblès (1782-1842)

division 7 - Le Silence may or may not be a woman with a veil over her head touching her lips with her right index finger.

Sculptor: Auguste Préault (49).

Laure-Sara Roblès (d. 1874)

Laure-Sara Roblès (d. 1874)

division 7 - Medallion (1875).

Sculptor: Auguste Préault (49).

Henri Schloss (1796-1849)

Henri Schloss (1796-1849)

division 7 - Bust.

Sculptor: unknown.

Avenue Casimir Perier.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin.

Silveyra-Dilsheimer

Silveyra-Dilsheimer

division 7 - Bust of a man inside a chapel tomb.

Sculptor: unknown.

David Singer (d. 1846) and his wife Adèle Lan Singer (d. 1827)

David Singer (d. 1846) and his wife Adèle Lan Singer (d. 1827)

division 7 - Two reliefs: to the left is Charity represented by a woman standing, draped and veiled with her left hand on her heart and nearby is a standing child with his hands crossed on the chest and looking up at his benefactress; above are the tablets of the Law; and to the right is Industry standing, also draped, leaning on an anchor with a caduceus.

Sculptor: Ladislas Oleszczynski.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin.