Theodon, Jean-Baptiste (1646-1713)

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Jean-Baptiste Theodon, French sculptor, was born and died in Paris in 1646-1713. He stayed in Rome for nearly 30 years, leaving here numerous works like: Barbarians Adoring the Faith (Cappella di S.Ignazio, Chiesa del Gesu'), and bas-relief on the tomb of Christina of Sweden (St Peter's). After return to France Theodon participated in decoration of the castles of Versailles and Marly.

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