French sculptor in the Rococo design who passed the name Clodion. His functions are held in the Artwork Institute of Chicago as well as the Bowes Museum, amongst others. He visited Paris and analyzed in the workshop of Lambert Sigisbert Adam, his maternal uncle. His most widely known works certainly are a statue of Montesquieu, a Dying Cleopatra, and a chimneypiece in the Victoria and Albert Museum. He wedded Catherine Flore in 1782. Catherine the fantastic wanted him to come quickly to Russia, but he dropped.