Coysevox, Charles-Antoine
Coysevox, Charles-Antoine
French sculptor, b. at Lyons, 29 Sept., 1640; d. at Paris, 10 Oct., 1720

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  • Coysevox, Antoine — (1640 1720)    sculptor, decorator    The principal baroque sculptor of the French court during the reign of louis XIV, Antoine Coysevox was born in lyon, the son of a wood sculptor. In 1676, he became a member of the Academy of Fine Arts and was …   France. A reference guide from Renaissance to the Present

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