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Louis-Joseph Daumas (1801-1887) was a French sculptor and medallist.
Daumas's work includes:
- Genius of Navigation, bronze statue of French Admiral Jules de Cuverville with four bas-reliefs on the base, port of Toulon, 1847, reconstructed after its destruction in World War II
- exterior statue of François Eudes de Mézeray, Cour Napoléon in the Louvre, Paris, prior to 1853
- Roman cavalier and his horse, on the right bank of the Pont d'Iéna (Jura Bridge), Paris, 1853
- equestrian sculpture of José de San Martín in the Plaza San Martín of Buenos Aires, 1862, with copies at the Parque del Oeste in Madrid, and Central Park in New York City
- equestrian sculpture at the Sakıp Sabancı Museum, Istanbul, 1864
- "Daumas Louis-Joseph". wikiphidias.fr.
- American architect and architecture, Volumes 33-34, No. 813, page 56
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