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Photos of La Femme aux Pommes statue sculpted by Jean Terzieff in Paris - Page 211



It was while we were within the 6th Arrondissement visiting the Jardin du Luxembourg, which are the beautiful grounds of the Palais du Luxembourg that were created by Marie de Mediciis, when we took these high definition photos of the La femme aux Pommes statue within the gardens.

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La Femme Aux Pommes Statue By J Terzieff

Now this first image shows the bronze statue called La Femme aux Pommes, which as you can tell is positioned on top of a stone base, and basically the name translates in English to The Woman with Apples, which you can just make out from the photo that she is holding in her hands.

La Femme Aux Pommes Statue Inside Jardin Luxembourg

Also as you can see in this photo, this statue is situated close to one of the immaculate flower beds within the Jardin du Luxembourg, and originally this bronze statue was produced for the 1937 l'Exposition Internationale, also known as the Universal World Fair in Paris, where it was first put on display, and has been within these gardens since.

Bronze Statue Called La Femme Aux Pommes

And in this HD photo you can see the opposite angle of the bronze statue of La Femme aux Pommes, with the elegant, yet impressive Palais du Luxembourg palace, which is the building you can see as a backdrop, originally dating from the 1600s.

La Femme Aux Pommes Stone Base With Inscription

With this close up photo you can see the stone base that holds the Woman with Apples bronze statue, which was produced by the French sculptor Jean Terzieff, who was actually born in Bucharest, yet moved to Paris just after World War I, which is also where he passed away, having been a student of Antoine Bourdelle and Ossip Zadkine early in his career as an artist.

La Femme Aux Pommes Plaque

Now in this photograph you can see the information plaque relating to the statue, which details that Jean Terzieff created the sculpture for the 1937 World Fair while World War II was looming, and his concept was to provide a bronze statue with sensual grace where she is trying to depart the bones of contention between people.

La Femme Aux Pommes Statue With Palais Luxembourg

And in this last high definition photo of The Woman with Apples, or La Femme aux Pommes statue as it is called in French, you can see the grace and beauty of the bronze sculpture by Jean Terzieff that fits the majestic surroundings of the Luxembourg gardens perfectly.




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  -  Photos of Jardin du Luxembourg
  -  Luxembourg Gardens
  -  History Of Luxembourg Gardens


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