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HD photographs of La Vengeance statue on Pavillon de Tremoille at Musee du Louvre - Page 536



We were yet again at the Musee du Louvre in the 1st Arrondissement of Paris, but this time we were looking at the Pavillon de Tremoille, when we took these high definition photos of a statue called La Vengeance, which was sculpted by Louis Leopold Chambard.

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La Vengeance Statue By Louis Leopold Chambard

This first HD photo shows a close up of the La Vengeance statue, which was made of stone and put in place in 1868 on the Pavillon de Tremoille wing of the former Palais du Louvre, and this can be seen from the Cour du Carrousel courtyard on the right hand side section of this long wing.

La Vengeance Statue Pavillon De Tremoille

Now this allegorical statue depicting Vengeance was produced by Louis Leopold Chambard who was born in the Jura area of France in 1811 and entering the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris in 1836, he studied under David d'Angers to become a French sculptor.

So having won the Prix de Rome he spent four years furthering his studies at the Villa Medicis in Rome and upon his return started to receive numerous commissions for different sculptures and statues including several for the Musee du Louvre, plus Louis Leopold Chambard sculpted many portrait statues and busts of famous people, and his works can now be found in museums and on historical buildings dotted all over France.




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