The brothers François Anguier (c.1604—1669) and Michel Anguier (1612—July 11, 1686) were French sculptors, natives of Eu in Normandy.
Their apprenticeship was served in the studio of Simon Guillain. The chief works of François are the monument to Cardinal de Bérulle, founder of the Carmelite order, in the chapel of the oratory at Paris, of which all but the bust has been destroyed, and the mausoleum of Henri II, last duc de Montmorency, at Moulins.
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