François Anguier
sculptor and architect; b. c.1604; d. August 8, 1669.
He was made by Louis XIII custodian of the antiques, with apartments in the Louvre. His chief work is the monument which he erected to Henry II, Duc de Montmorency, in the chapel of the Convent of the Visitation at Moulins. He was assisted by his brother Michel and the famous sculptor Nicolas Coustou. He was employed to finish the sculpture of the Porte S. Denis (Paris) designed by the architect François Blondel.




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