Pierre-Auguste and Jules-Auguste Béclard

Pierre-Auguste and Jules-Auguste Béclard

division 8 - Pierre-Auguste Béclard (1785-1825) and his son Jules-Auguste Béclard (1817-1887). French physicians, Pierre was also professor of anatomy at the Faculty of Medicine in Paris and chief surgeon at the hôpital de la Pitié.

Sculptors: Théophile-Marcel Bra (Pierre’s bust) and Gustave Crauk (Jules’s bust).

Avenue Casimir Perier.

Philippe-Frédéric Blandin (1798-1849)

Philippe-Frédéric Blandin (1798-1849)

division 8 - French surgeon. Medallion (1849) over the entrance to his tomb.

Sculptor: Jean-Jacques Elshoecht.

A. L. M. Cavelier (1785-1867)

A. L. M. Cavelier (1785-1867)

division 8 - French architect and illustrator. Medallion (1867).

Sculptor: Pierre-Jules Cavelier.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin,

Pierre Jules Cavelier (1814-1894)

Pierre Jules Cavelier (1814-1894)

division 8 - French sculptor of medallions for Titeux de Fresnois (39), A. L. M. Cavelier (8), and Edmund Moore (65). Bust.

Sculptor: Léon Fagel.

Pierre-Louis Dulong (1785-1838)

Pierre-Louis Dulong (1785-1838)

division 8 - French chemist and professor of physics and chemistry. Medallion.

Sculptor: David d’Angers (39).

Edmond Luc Dumoulin le Keuche (1906-1970)

Edmond Luc Dumoulin le Keuche (1906-1970)

division 8 - French poet. Life-size effigy.

Sculptor: unknown.

Chemin du Coq.

Jeanne-Henriette Montaud de Navailles comtesse de Girardin (1770

Jeanne-Henriette Montaud de Navailles comtesse de Girardin (1770

division 8 - Wife of Louis. Bust of  young woman.

Sculptor: unknown.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin.

Germain Herve (1793-1878)

Germain Herve (1793-1878)

division 8 - Bust.

Sculptor: Léopold Morice.

Léon Laurent-Pichat (1823-1886)

Léon Laurent-Pichat (1823-1886)

division 8 - French writer and politician. Medallion.

Sculptor: Antonin Mercié.

Louis-Charles Malassez (1842-1909)

Louis-Charles Malassez (1842-1909)

division 8 - Bust.

Sculptor: unknown.

Louis-Charles Malassez (1842-1909)

Louis-Charles Malassez (1842-1909)

division 8 - Medallion.

Sculptor: unknown.

Etienne-Felix Marochetti (1778-1837).

Etienne-Felix Marochetti (1778-1837).

division 8 - Medallion.

Sculptor: Charles Marochetti.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin.

Olson-Machet

Olson-Machet

division 8 - Relief of la Douleur upright and a spectacular Christian cross set in mosaic tiles over the slab tomb.

Sculptor and mosaicist: unknown.

Olson-Machet (detail of the mosaic on the slab tomb)

Olson-Machet (detail of the mosaic on the slab tomb)

division 8 - Relief of la Douleur upright and a spectacular Christian cross set in mosaic tiles over the slab tomb.

Sculptor and mosaicist: unknown.

Jean-Jacques-Didier Navarre (1878-1906)

Jean-Jacques-Didier Navarre (1878-1906)

division 8 - Medallion.

Sculptor: unknown.

Christine Paraschos-Mack (1939-1995)

Christine Paraschos-Mack (1939-1995)

divison 8 - American pianist. What music is Christina still playing?

Sculptor: unknown.

Louis-Joseph-Ernest Picard (1821-1877)

Louis-Joseph-Ernest Picard (1821-1877)

division 8 - French lawyer and Minister of Finance. Medallion,

Sculpturs: Henri Chapu with ornamental decoration by J. Heritier.

Etienne-Gaspard Robertson (1764-1837)

Etienne-Gaspard Robertson (1764-1837)

division 8 - Belgian stage magician and early exploiter of the phantasmagoria. A professor of physics in his native Liège he was better known by his stage name Étienne Robertson. In 1784, he gave an exhibition of an improved magic lantern, the phantasmagoria. He was also a serious balloonist. Sarcophagus tomb above a base with two frieze panels, which are the most engaging elements of this tomb: on one side is the Last Judgment while the other depicts what is believed to be the first balloon flight. It is thought that the figure to the far left is American Benjamin Franklin who did indeed watch the first balloon launch from the Tuilleries Gardens on 1 December 1783.

Sculptor: unknown but possibly M. Hardouin.

Avenue Casimir Perier.

Etienne-Gaspard Robertson (1764-1837)

Etienne-Gaspard Robertson (1764-1837)

division 8 - The two frieze panels are the most engaging elements of this tomb: this one is the Last Judgment.

Sculptor: unknown but possibly M. Hardouin.

Avenue Casimir Perier.

Etienne-Gaspard Robertson (1764-1837)

Etienne-Gaspard Robertson (1764-1837)

division 8 - The two frieze panels are the most engaging elements of this tomb: this one depicts what is believed to be the first balloon flight. It is thought that the figure to the far left is American Benjamin Franklin who did indeed watch the first balloon launch from the Tuilleries Gardens on 1 December 1783.

Sculptor: unknown but possibly M. Hardouin.

Avenue Casimir Perier.

Eugénie Boime Simon (d. 1899)

Eugénie Boime Simon (d. 1899)

division 8 - Bust.

Sculptor: Léonidas Drossis.

Avenue Casimir Perier.

Tattet

Tattet

division 8 - Bust inside the chapel.

Sculptor: unknown.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin.