Pierre-Charles Simart (born in Troyes on 27 June 1806, died in Paris on 27 May 1857) was a French sculptor.
The son of a carpenter from Troyes in Champagne, Simart was the pupil of Antoine Desbœuf, Charles Dupaty, Jean-Pierre Cortot and James Pradier. In 1833, he won the first Grand Prix of Rome for sculpture with a relief Le Vieillard et les enfants.
He was an elected member of the Académie des Beaux-Arts in 1852.La Poésie épique, statue, marble, Paris, Jardin du Luxembourg
La Philosophie, statue, marble, Paris, Jardin du Luxembourg
pediment of the Pavillon de l’Horloge, Louvre, Paris, with fellow sculptor Antoine-Louis Barye for architect Félix Duban, 1857
Napoleon in coronation robes, L'Hôtel national des Invalides, Paris
a chryselephantine (gold and ivory) recreation of the Athena Parthenos originally by classical sculptor Phidias, for patron Honoré Théodoric d'Albert de Luynes
four Hellenic friezes and ten reliefs at the Château de Dampierre, for architect Felix Duban, 1841–1843