Raymond Delamarre (1890–1986) was a French sculptor and medalist.
Delamarre fought in World War I and was awarded the Croix de guerre, then was educated at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris under Jules-Felix Coutan. Delamarre took the Prix de Rome in 1919.
His work includes:
- two colossal figures of Serene Intelligence and Serene Force for the immense monument to the "Defenders of the Suez Canal", whose architect was Michel Roux-Spitz, 1928–1930
- eight stone figures representing the Eight Blessings of Saint Matthew, at Notre-Dame-des-Missions-du-cygne d'Enghien, Épinay-sur-Seine north of Paris, for architect Paul Tournon, circa 1932
- the bas-relief Normandie for the SS Normandie, circa 1932 (now destroyed)
- the sculptural group Human Knowledge for the Palais de Chaillot, Trocadéro, near the Eiffel Tower, first designed for the Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques dans la Vie Moderne (1937), architect Jacques Carlu