(b. 1648, Pontoise, d. after 1721)


French sculptor of whom little is known before his emergence around 1679 working at Versailles, where he was commissioned - together with Anselme Flamen and Claude Poirier - to produce statues for the Companions of Diana.

His other sculptures include two dignified, effective and symmetrical tombs, of Andre Blanchard de Saint-Martin and Noel Le Blond at Pontoise (Museum). In 1712 he was given the commission to complete the high-relief Gospel scenes along the exterior of the choir enclosure at Chartres, which had been begun in the early sixteenth century.

© Web Gallery of Art, created by Emil Krén and Daniel Marx.