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HD photographs of La Justice et la Fraternite sculpture on Pavillon Daru at Musee du Louvre - Page 926



We were at the Musee du Louvre in the 1st Arrondissement of Paris when we took these high definition photos showing a sculpture called La Justice et la Fraternite, which was produced by Victor Edmond Leharivel-Durocher.

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La Justice Et La Fraternite Pavillon Daru Musee Du Louvre

This first HD photo shows one of the porthole style windows on the Pavillon Daru with its bas relief details surrounding it, which was named La Justice et la Fraternite, that translates in English to The Justice and the Fraternity.

La Justice By Victor Leharivel-Durocher

This next image shows the left hand side bas relief, or low relief called La Justice, which was sculpted by Victor Edmond Leharivel-Durocher, who was born in Chanu within the Normandy region of France in 1816, yet went to Paris to study at the Ecole des Beaux Arts under the direction of Augustin Dumont and Jules Ramey.

La Fraternite By Victor Leharivel-Durocher

First presenting works at the 1846 Salon for French artists, Victor Edmond Leharivel-Durocher started to receive commissions for statues and sculptures on numerous churches, plus three different orders for the former Palais du Louvre, including this one of The Fraternity.

Pavillon Daru Ground Floor La Justice Et La Fraternite

So here you can see the ground floor level of the Aile Daru facade with the two porthole style windows and their bas relief decorations, and in fact, both of these were sculpted by Victor Edmond Leharivel-Durocher back in the 1850s during the major transformation project undertaken on The Louvre.

North Facade Pavillon Daru La Justice Et La Fraternite

However, this photograph shows the entire northern facade of this ornate pavilion, and to get to see La Justice et la Fraternite to the left hand side of the doorway, along with the other features, you would need to be within the courtyard called the Cour Napoleon.




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