|       Home       |       Paris Tourist Attractions       |       Paris Museums       |       Paris Entertainment       |       Paris Restaurants       |       Paris Images       |
Related Information

Paris Tourist Map
Additional Information

Paris Landmarks
Paris Monuments
Paris Statues
Paris Churches
Paris Bridges
Paris Squares
Paris Gardens
Paris Tours
Paris Fountains
Paris Transport Systems
Paris History
Video Library
Holiday Travel Guides

Taking a holiday in Paris
Emergency Number 112
EHIC Health Insurance Card
Travel Documents
Driving in France
Police in Paris
French food delicacies
About Us

Linking to us
Contact us
Google Plus image divider Facebook image divider Twitter image divider Wordpress image divider Flickr

Blogger image divider Pinterest image divider Tumblr image divider Deviantart image divider Linkedin
French National Holidays In France

HD photographs of Jean de La Bruyere statue on Aile Colbert at Musee du Louvre - Page 330



Again we were within the courtyard called the Cour Napoleon and took these high definition photos of a statue depicting La Bruyere by Lescourne, which is located on the Aile Colbert wing of the Musee du Louvre in the 1st Arrondissement of Paris.

[ Map of Paris Statues ]

<<  Previous  316  317  318  319  320  321  322  323  324  325  326  327  328  329  330  Next  >>


Jean De La Bruyere Statue On Aile Colbert

So this first image shows the stone statue of Jean de La Bruyere located on the first level balustrade of the Aile Colbert and as you are looking at the facade of the Palais du Louvre wing, it is positioned the fourth from the left hand side, and was put in place in 1857.

Jean De La Bruyere Statue By J Lescourne   

Now this statue of La Bruyere was produced by Joseph-Stanislas Lescourne, which is sometimes spelt Lescornel, and born in 1799 in Langres, he became a French sculptor and passed away in Paris in 1872.

Name Inscription On Jean De La Bruyere Statue

Yet this last close up HD photo shows the base of the statue with its name inscription, and this is dedicated to Jean de La Bruyere who was born in Paris in 1645, yet he always used to sign his name without any spaces so it would read Delabruyere.

And La Bruyere became a French philosopher, moralist and a man of letters, in other words, someone in the literary field, who was an author, yet his book called Caracteres caused much controversy, bringing him many readers and many enemies, and years passed before he managed to get into the Academie Francaise, but he died in Versailles very suddenly in 1696, although his books were the first of its kind and are still recognised today.




Related information


  -  Photos of Musee du Louvre
  -  Musee du Louvre
  -  Start of the Louvre museum


If you would like to use any of these photos for non commercial use we only ask that you please do include recognition to ourselves "eutouring.com", but if you are not sure with regards to usage, please contact us.






Copyright © www.eutouring.com All Rights Reserved