Jacques François Joseph Saly, also known as Jacques Saly (June 20, 1717-May 4, 1776), French-born sculptor who worked in France, Denmark, and Italy, was born in Valenciennes to Francois Marie Saly and wife Marie Michelle. His most famous work was the monumental sculpture of Frederik V of Denmark on horseback located in the middle of the plaza at Amalienborg Castle in Copenhagen, Denmark. He was Director of the Royal Danish Academy of Art July 25, 1754-July 15, 1771.
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- ► Frederik V statue in Amalienborg Palace (1 C, 24 F)
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