- memorials (monuments)
- commemorative sculpture
J. Maurice Reymond de Broutelles (or just Maurice Reymond, sometimes also given as "de Brouteilles", April 25, 1862 – November 17, 1936) was a Swiss sculptor, painter, and engraver who worked in Paris, France.Born in Geneva, Reymond studied in Paris at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts under Henri Chapu and Félix Joseph Barrias. Reymond had his atelier in Paris, where he frequently presented his works at expositions. At the Expositions Universelles in Paris in 1889 and in 1900 he was awarded a bronze and a silver medal for his works, respectively. He died in Paris at the age of 74.