Bussienne

Bussienne

division 92 - Medallion with double portrait of a man and a woman in right profile.

Sculptor: Lucienne-Antoinette Heuvelmans.

Charles Cartier (1828-1887)

Charles Cartier (1828-1887)

division 92 - Medallion above the entrance to the chapel tomb.

Sculptor: Albert Bettannier.

Jean-Joseph Cornély (1845-1907)

Jean-Joseph Cornély (1845-1907)

division 92 - French writer. Bust (1909).

Sculptor: Paul Moreau-Vauthier (14).

Jacques Corvi (1814-1890)

Jacques Corvi (1814-1890)

division 92 - Medallion (1890).

Sculptor: Paul Lebègue.

Charles DeGeorge (1837-1888)

Charles DeGeorge (1837-1888)

division 92 - French sculptor. He sculpted the relief above the entrance to the Salignanc-Fenelon tomb (68). Bust.

Sculptor: René de Saint-Marceaux.

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Charles DeGeorge (1837-1888)

Charles DeGeorge (1837-1888)

division 92 - French sculptor. He sculpted the relief above the entrance to the Salignanc-Fenelon tomb (68). Bust.

Sculptor: René de Saint-Marceaux.

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César Giovanetti (1847-1895)

César Giovanetti (1847-1895)

division 92 - Medallion.

Sculptor: Antonio Soldini.

Félicien Girod (1846-1914)

Félicien Girod (1846-1914)

division 92 - Medallion.

Sculptor: unknown.

Guillon

Guillon

division 92 - Medallion of a man on the left side of the door to a chapel tomb.

Sculptor: unknown.

Guillon

Guillon

division 92 - Medallion of a woman on the right side of the door to a chapel tomb.

Sculptor: unknown.

Emile Hanin (1832-1911)

Emile Hanin (1832-1911)

division 92 - Engineer of railways. Bust.

Sculptor: unknown.

Ernest Jumin (1879-1938)

Ernest Jumin (1879-1938)

division 92 - Medallion.

Sculptor: Pierre Vaudrey.

Khadra

Khadra

division 92 - Superbly crafted sculpture (1913) of a young mother in bed holding her (newborn?) baby. This is most likely meant to represent Isabelle Heneine Khadra who died on September 15, 1913 at the age of 21. Did the child survive?

Sculpture: Charles Faggioni.

Khadra detail

Khadra detail

division 92 - Superbly crafted sculpture (1913) of a young mother in bed holding her (newborn?) baby. This is most likely meant to represent Isabelle Heneine Khadra who died on September 15, 1913 at the age of 21. Did the child survive?

Sculpture: Charles Faggioni.

André Labussiere (d.1914)

André Labussiere (d.1914)

division 92 - French solider and former student of l’ecole des beaux arts. Medallion.

Sculptor: unknown.

Landau

Landau

division 92 - Forever forlorn and seemingly all alone in a world of stone a woman sits and asks over and over, “Why me?”

Sculptor: unknown.

Pierre Legrand (1834-1895)

Pierre Legrand (1834-1895)

division 92 - French politician and publicist. Bust.

Sculptor:Alphonse-Amédée Cordonnier.

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Victor Noir (1848-1870)

Victor Noir (1848-1870)

division 92 - French journalist. Born Yvan Salmon, Victor was assassinated by Prince Pierre Bonaparte, grandnephew of Napoleon I and cousin of Napoleon III. Bonaparte was acquitted.

Originally buried in Neuilly, his body was removed to Père-Lachaise. This idealized bronze effigy (1891) of Noir looks as if he had just been shot five minutes before you walked by.

Sculptor: Jules Dalou.

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Barthelemy Paupy (1826-1892)

Barthelemy Paupy (1826-1892)

division 92 - French industrialist. Bust (1892).

Sculptor: Léon-Joseph Chavalliaud.

Avenue Greffulhe.

Paul Peinen (1878-1897)

Paul Peinen (1878-1897)

division 92 - French sailor. A fascinating sculpture that tells the story of Paul’s death on October 29, 1897, at the hand of pirates and “ruffians” off the coast of Morocco in 1897, along with a medallion of Paul in his sailor uniform as well as a model of his ship, the Saltado.

Sculptor: Eugène Faivre.

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Paul Peinen (1878-1897) detail

Paul Peinen (1878-1897) detail

division 92 - French sailor. A fascinating sculpture that tells the story of Paul’s death on October 29, 1897, at the hand of pirates and “ruffians” off the coast of Morocco in 1897, along with a medallion of Paul in his sailor uniform as well as a model of his ship, the Saltado.

Sculptor: Eugène Faivre.

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Blanche Post (1903-1899)

Blanche Post (1903-1899)

division 92 - Buried with Georges Trugard. Medallion.

Sculptor: unknown.

Edgard Ravion

Edgard Ravion

division 92 - Bust.

Sculptor: M. Robert.

Marius Rouffiac (1832-1908)

Marius Rouffiac (1832-1908)

division 92 - Bust.

Sculptor: unknown.

Terry-Dortiaos

Terry-Dortiaos

division 92 - Four very large white marble statues:

La Douleur: a young woman with hands clasped in an attitude of dejection; L' Amitié: young woman, half seated on the ground, weaving crowns with branches of ivy; La Prière: kneeling woman with her hands crossed; and Le Souvenir: woman on one knee drawing.

Two of the statues, La Prière and La Douleur, were shown at the Salon du Champs de Mars of 1892, and a third, L'Amitié, at the Salon of 1893.

Sculptors: Alfred Lenoir (statues) and Jacques-Ange Corbel (ornamental sculpture).

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Jules Tillaux (1834-1904)

Jules Tillaux (1834-1904)

division 92 - Medallion (1905).

Sculptor: Jean-Clément Chaplain.

Georges-Albert Trugard (1848-1904)

Georges-Albert Trugard (1848-1904)

division 92 - French sculptor. Bust (1907).

Sculptor: Guillaume Ardignac.

Gaston Vuidet (1854-1891)

Gaston Vuidet (1854-1891)

division 92 - French music composer. Life-size statue of Gaston sitting just as he looks up from reading for a moment while he contemplates a new composition perhaps?

Sculptor: Jean-Paul Aubé.

Avenue Greffulhe.

Juan-Martín de Ycaza (1875-1890)

Juan-Martín de Ycaza (1875-1890)

divison 92 - A grand chapel decorated with the heads of an angel at each of the four corners. On the left outside wall of the chapel is a relief representing a woman collapsed over a tomb. Inside is a group consisting of a young Ycaza holding a sphere in his left hand and his right on an open book. Next to him stands a winged woman who has interrupted his studies by placing a kiss on his forehead.

There are also two medallions inside the chapel: one of Juan-Martín de Ycaza who died in Paris at the age of 48 and one of Madame Ycaza.

Sculptors: relief and medallions by Gabriel Pech, statues by Pech and Henri Chapu.

Avenue Transversale No. 2. Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin