Sculptor, grandson of the legionnaire and poet Cyprian, born in 1835 Mery sur Cher in France, died in Paris in 1909. Professor of sculpture at the St. Petersburg academy, from 1875 in Warsaw, from 1888 permanently in France. A member of the French National Academy, an officer of the French Legion of Honor, in 1897 elected president of the Polish Literary and Artistic Club in Paris, he sculpted many times in a marble mine in Carrara, Italy, founded a shelter for workers there, received a Carrara Honorary Citizen diploma. He sculpted and exhibited a lot abroad and at home town. He visits Poland several times, there is a monument made by him – Adam Mickiewicz in Warsaw and a monument of Nicolaus Copernicus in Krakow.