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HD photographs of 4th window LHS Groups of Animals sculpture on Aile de Flore at Musee du Louvre - Page 1086



We took these high definition photos showing a statue group on a facade of the Musee du Louvre located in the 1st Arrondissement of Paris, which is called the Groups of Animals, and this was sculpted by Paul Edouard Delabrierre.

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Left Hand Side Groups Of Animals Sculpture On Aile De Flore Fourth Window

This first HD photo shows a statue group called Groups of Animals, which depicts two dogs either side of a central feature of a stags skull, and when you are in the courtyard of the former Palais du Louvre called the Cour du Carrousel, you will see this positioned on the third level to the left of the fourth window, below the pediment and above a bas relief sculpture.

Groups Of Animals Sculpture By Artist Paul Edouard Delabrierre

You will find that the Groups of Animals statues on the facade of the Aile de Flore have been replicated more than once, and this particular set was sculpted by Paul Edouard Delabrierre, although as you can tell from this close up photograph, unfortunately parts of the antlers are missing.

But to provide a little bit of background information, Paul Edouard Delabrierre was born in 1829 and studied to become an animalier, which is a sculptor of animals and presenting works at the Paris Salons from 1848 through to 1898 lots of his works were small animal statuettes and he normally signed his art works with just E Delabrierre.




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