|Born||13 August 1746|
|Died||11 July 1816 (aged 69)|
|Awards||Knight of the Legion of Honour|
Philippe-Laurent Roland (13 August 1746 – 11 July 1816) was a French sculptor. A native of Pont-à-Marcq, Nord, he died in Paris. His art is neoclassical in style; he worked a great deal in stone and in terra cotta. Some of his reliefs may be seen on the facade of the Louvre.
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