|Patron(s)||Pope Leo XI|
Cordier was born in Saint-Mihiel. As a sculptor he primary produced religious-themed works which were executed for church commissions. Some of his surviving works can be found at the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore and in The Louvre. He died in Rome in 1612.
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