French Sculpture Census

French Sculpture Census, a digital archive, cataloging French sculpture in American public collections, is a project directed by Laure de Margerie, and funded by the Nasher Sculpture Center, the Institut National d'Histoire de l'Art, the Musée d'Orsay, the Ecole du Louvre, and the Musée Rodin

Started in September 2009, in December 2014, ''French Sculpture Census'' went online, providing information and images for 7,000 works of French sculpture in American collections,not only museums, but also historic houses, government buildings, corporate collections, and public space, dating from 1500, collaborating with 280 museums. The site has both French-text and English-text. Searches locate artists, locations, sculptures, places of birth, places of death, gender, sculpture type, medium, period, and plain-text. The site provides bibliographies, current exhibitions lists, and a glossary.

June Hargrove, Professor Emerita of Art History at the University of Maryland, participates in the Advisory Committee of the French Sculpture Census. Provided by Wikipedia
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