Photographs of the La Comedie statue by Julien Toussaint Roux in Paris - Page 200
While we were in the Tuileries gardens in the 1st Arrondissement of Paris, we took these HD photographs showing the marble statue La Comedie that is found in the Grand Carre section of the gardens only a short walk from the Louvre Museum.
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This first photo we took of the La Comedie statue, shows the marble sculpture sitting on top of a large stone pedestal that is located within the Tuileries gardens in the Grand Carre area, and this garden still has the same layout from when it was designed by Andre Le Notre, which this statue has been a part of since 1875.
In this next close up photo we took of the allegorical statue La Comedie, or The Comedy in English, you can see the fine details and work that went in to this sculpture like the layering of the dress, the face, or mask the woman is holding, etc, which was originally created back in 1874, but as you can also see in this image, unfortunately, at some point the statue lost its right wrist and hand.
So, to discover the La Comedie statue by Roux for yourself, it is located right next to some pretty flowerbeds within the Jardin des Tuileries in the Grand Carre area, and, as you can see from this image, you will also be able to see the plaque on the pedestal, which provides details about it, such as the name of the statue and who it was sculpted by, which was the French artist Julien Toussaint Roux.
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