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Pierre de L’Estache

Pierre de l’Estache (c.1688, Paris - 28 November 1774, Rome) was a French sculptor. He produced a copy of the Kallipygian Venus in Rome in 1722-23, for Augustus the Strong's Grosser Garten in Dresden (this copy was destroyed with the gardens in 1945).[1] He was president of the French Academy in Rome in 1737-1738. His son Charles de L’Estache was also a sculptor (?-14 March 1811)



  • (French) Pierre de L'Estache (1688 ca. - 1774) : un sculpteur français à Rome entre institutions nationales et grands chantiers pontificaux, in Studiolo, 1, 2002 (includes a catalogue of his work, biography, reception and bibliography)

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