Marie-Noémi Cadiot

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Marie-Noémi Cadiot

Marie-Noémi Cadiot (French: [kadjo]; 12 December 1832, Paris – 10 April 1888, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat) was a French sculptor of the 19th century.


Cadiot was the second wife of Alphonse Louis Constant, generally known as Eliphas Levi. They were civilly married at the city hall of the 10th arrondissement of Paris on 13 July 1846 and had a daughter, Mary, who died in 1854 at the age of seven years. She later left her husband for the Marquis de Montferrier (brother-in-law of Józef Maria Hoene-Wroński).[1]

She was the pupil of James Pradier and took part in the work on the reliefs of the Fontaine Saint-Michel, located in the 6th arrondissement of Paris.

She attended the Mrs Niboyet's Women's Club, and wrote in Le Tintamarre and Le Moniteur du Soir a soap under the literary pseudonym of Claude Vignon (a character from a novel by Honoré de Balzac).


  1. ^ Alphonse-Louis Constant, La Rose Bleue Retrieved May 25, 2009

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