Jean-Louis Lemoyne

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Portrait of Jean-Louis Lemoyne by Louis Tocqué - private collection
Companion of Diana, marble of 1726, in the National Gallery of Art

Jean-Louis Lemoyne (1665–1755) was a French sculptor whose works were commissioned by Louis XIV and Louis XV.

His sculptures are featured in major art museums, including the Louvre, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Frick Collection, the Museum of Fine Arts, and the National Gallery of Art. Lemoyne was the pupil of Antoine Coysevox.

His son Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne was also a noted sculptor.

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