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HD photographs of La Force statue by artist L Chambard on Pavillon de Beavais at the Louvre - Page 279

We were walking around the outside of the Musee du Louvre towards the Rue de Rivoli in the 1st Arrondissement when we took these high definition photos of an allegory statue called La Force, which was sculpted by Louis Leon Leopold Chambard.

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La Force Statue On Pavillon De Beavais

This statue called La Force is an allegory, which is located on the Pavillon de Beavais, also known as the Rotonde de Beauvais, and this can be seen on the top level of the building on the outside next to the Cour Carree, and complements two other allegorical statues on the same facade.

La Force Statue By Louis Leon Leopold Chambard

And, produced by Louis Leon Leopold Chambard, who was born in 1811, he studied at the school of fine arts in Paris and became a French sculptor, winning the Prix de Rome, so went to the Villa Medici to further his studies, and after presenting some works at Paris Salons he received several public commissions for places such as the Luxembourg Palace and the Palais du Louvre, which is one of the statues you can see here, that was put in position in 1857.

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