High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Louis- Simon Boizot
(1743-1809) was a French sculptor whose models for biscuit figures
for Sevres porcelain are better-known than his large-scale
sculptures. Boizot was the son of Antoine Boizot, a designer at the
Gobelins manufacture of tapestry. At sixteen, he became a student
at the Academie royale de peinture et de sculpture and worked in
the atelier of the sculptor Rene-Michel Slodtz (1705- 1764), with
whom Houdon also trained. Boizot took the Prix de Rome for
sculpture in 1762, for a sojourn at the French Academy in Rome
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