|Birth Day||March 12, 1788|
|Age||231 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Jan 4, 1856 (age 67)|
French Sculptor and medallist known for his pediment of the Pantheon and his marble Wounded Philopoemen in the Louvre.
He studied in the studio of Jean-Jacques Delusse and then went to Paris to study under Philippe-Laurent Roland.
He was born Pierre-Jean David, but adopted the name David d'Angers once he became an Artist.
His father was a wood carver and Sculptor.