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HD photographs of La Paix statue on Palais du Luxembourg in Paris - Page 441



Again we were within the 6th Arrondissement of Paris at the Jardin du Luxembourg, when we took these high definition photos showing a statue called La Paix, which was sculpted by James Pradier and is located on the south facade of the Palais du Louxembourg.

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La Paix Statue By Artist James Pradier

Now this first HD photo shows a close up of an allegorical statue called La Paix, which in English translates to The Peace, and known as a high relief in sculpture terms, this was produced between the years of 1840 and 1841.

It was sculpted by Jean Jacques Pradier, known as James Pradier, who was born in Geneva in the May of 1790, yet passed away in Paris on 4th June 1852, and is buried within the Pere Lachaise cemetery.

La Paix Statue On Palais Du Luxembourg

And with a very successful career executing numerous different public commissions, in this image you can see the entire facade of the Luxembourg Palace that James Pradier sculpted during the July Monarchy when King Louis Philippe I was reigning.

So, this allegory statue La Paix, depicting Peace, is located on the far right hand side of the facade, which is the third from the clock as you are looking at the historical Palais du Luxembourg from the gardens.




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


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