Claude Bertin (died 1705) was a French sculptor, who was part of the highly trained team that supplied sculptures for Versailles. His monumental marble vases, following the type of the Borghese Vase, with rich bas-reliefs of fruit, swags of ivy or friezes of mythological scenes, executed between 1687 and 1705, still adorn the terraces of Versailles.
- Château de Versailles: Les oeuvres à restaurer en 2006 Three vases by Bertin.
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