André-Joseph Allar (August 22, 1845 – April 11, 1926) was a French sculptor .
André-Joseph Allar was born in Toulon on August 22, 1845.
He became a successor sculptor. He won the Prix de Rome in 1869 for sculpture, and became a member of the Academy of Fine Arts on May 20, 1905. He was also an officer of the Legion of Honor .
He died in Toulon on April 11, 1926. A street in Marseille has been named in his honor.
- Hecuba discovering the corpse of Polydore , Museum of Fine Arts in Marseille
- The death of Alceste , inspired by his wife’s death, Lisieux
- Child of Abruzzo , Musée d’Orsay 
- Thetis carrying the arms of Achilles
- Bust of Montricher , gallery of the Palais Longchamp in Marseille
- Saint Madeleine on the facade of the Cathedral of the Major in Marseille
- Monument of the Federation on the place of the Republic in Toulon.
- Fountain of the place Estrangin , Marseille
- Fountain of the Place Castellane , Marseille, in collaboration with Jules Cantini
- Portrait of his brother Gaudensi , museum of Toulon
- Statues of Jean Bullant and Jean Goujon , on the front of the Paris City Hall
- Statue of Frederick Le Play , Luxembourg Gardens , Paris
- Centenary Monument , Nice
- Jump up^ The death of Alceste,Child of Abruzzo Site of the Orsay Museum
- Marseille Academy, Dictionary of Marseille , Edisud, Marseille, 2001, ( ISBN 2-7449-0254-3 )
- Paul Masson, Encyclopedia of Bouches-du-Rhone, Departmental Archives , Marseille, 17 volumes, from 1913 to 1937
- Adrien Blés, Historical Dictionary of the streets of Marseille , Jeanne Laffitte ed., Marseille, 1989, ( ISBN 2-86276-195-8 ).
- Bruno Wuillequiey, Denise Jasmin, Luc Georget, Bénédicte Ottinger, Florence Dagousset and Gilles Mihière, Regis Bertrand, Marseilles in the 19th, dreams and triumphs , Marseille Museums (16 November 1991 – 15 February 1992), ( ISBN 2-7118-2487- X )
- Régine Allar, The Allar Dynasty , Marseille Review, 1982, No. 130, pages 138-143