Jean-Antoine Houdon (1741-1828) was a French sculptor, a portraitist who made characterful studies of Voltaire and a Neo-Classical statue of George Washington, commissioned in 1785.
His subjects included the philosophers Diderot and Rousseau, the composer Gluck, the emperor Napoleon, and the American politician Benjamin Franklin.
Houdon also produced popular mythological figures, such as Diana and Minerva.
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Jean-Antoine Houdon was a French neoclassical sculptor.
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