French artist who sculpted "The Golem," "L'Ange Protecteur," and other large-scale, eccentric works. Also famous for The Tarot Garden that took 20 years to complete.
She was a fashion model as a teen, appearing on the September 26, 1949, cover of Life magazine and the November 1952 cover of French Vogue. She briefly attended New York City's Brearley School.
She created a series of plaster and plastic sculptures depicting women as brides and mothers.
She married author Harry Matthews. In 1951, the couple had a daughter named Laura.
She created a sculpture of Miles Davis that stands outside of a hotel in Nice, France.