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HD photographs of Saint Marguerite d'Ecosse statue on Eglise de la Madeleine in Paris - Page 991



We were in the 8th Arrondissement of Paris at the Eglise de la Madeleine when we took these high definition photos showing a statue of Sainte Marguerite d'Ecosse, which was sculpted by Francois Augustin Caunois.

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Saint Marguerite d'Ecosse Statue Eglise Madeleine

This first HD photo shows a stone statue on the Madeleine Church depicting Sainte Marguerite d'Ecosse, which in English translates to Saint Margaret of Scotland, who was an English princess born in Hungary, but shortly after returning to England the family fled William the Conqueror and ended up in Scotland where she married the king.

Saint Marguerite d'Ecosse Statue By Francois Augustin Caunois

Now this statue of Sainte Marguerite d'Ecosse was produced by Francois Augustin Caumois who was born in 1787 and became a French sculptor and engraver, having studied at the Ecole des Beaux Arts, and presenting works at the Paris Salons between the years 1819 and 1850, Francois Augustin Caunois received many different commissions, including this one.

St Marguerite Decosse Inscription On Pedestal

But getting back to Saint Margaret of Scotland, she had eight children that were raised with a Catholic faith, and living as a holy family she had a strong influence on her husband and reign, promoting arts, education and religion, always praying, relentlessly working to aid the poor, the building churches and religious reforms, so Margaret became canonized as a saint by Pope Innocent IV in 1250.

And although she passed away on 16th November 1093, Pope Innocent XII changed her feast day in 1693 to one in June, but a revision to the General Roman Calendar, which is the liturgical calendar for celebrations, was revised by Pope Paul VI and in this, the feast day for Saint Margaret of Scotland was changed back to 16th November.

West Facade Eglise Madeleine Saint Marguerite d'Ecosse Statue

However, this photograph shows the location of the Sainte Marguerite d'Ecosse statue within a recess on the portico of the Eglise de la Madeleine, which is one of thirty-four different statues that can be found on the facades of the church behind the outer columns.




Other statues and sculptures on Madeleine Church


  -  Le Jugement Dernier
  -  Saint Michel
  -  Saint Denis
  -  Sainte Anne
  -  Saint Charles de Borromee
  -  Saint Elisabeth
  -  Saint Ferdinand
  -  Saint Christine
  -  Saint Jerome
  -  Saint Jeanne de Valois
  -  Sainte Gregoire
  -  Saint Genevieve
  -  Saint Jean de Chrisostome
  -  L'Ange Gardien
  -  Latin Dedication
  -  Saint Marc
  -  Saint Mathieu
  -  Saint Jean
  -  Saint Luke
  -  Saint Raphael
  -  Saint Agnes
  -  St Gregoire de Tours
  -  Sainte Agathe
  -  Saint Martin of Tours
  -  Sainte Helene
  -  Saint Francois de Sales
  -  Saint Adelaide
  -  Saint Irenee
  -  Sainte Cecile
  -  Saint Hilaire de Poitiers
  -  Saint Therese
  -  Saint Bernard
  -  Saint Gabriel

Related information

  -  Madeleine Square

Tourist attractions close by

  -  Maxim's museum
  -  Fauchon Shop
  -  Musee Pierre Marly
  -  Place de la Concorde
  -  Photos of Tuileries Garden


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