HD photographs of Jesus Presente au Peuple sculpture inside Eglise Saint-Roch - Page 1123



While we were within the Eglise Saint-Roch in the 1st Arrondissement of Paris, we took these high definition photos showing a bas relief sculpture called Jesus Presente au Peuple, also named Ecce Homo, which was produced by Constant Delaperche.

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Jesus Presente au Peuple sculpture in Eglise Saint-Roch in Paris
A bas relief or in English low releif is a style of sculpture and this first HD photo shows one made of plaster called Jesus Presente au Peuple, Ecce Homo, that is positioned on a wall within the Chapelle Sainte Therese and the Chapelle Sainte Anne, which can be seen on the right hand side of the Eglise Saint-Roch past the deambulatory section, as you have entered the church from the Rue Saint Honore.
Jesus Presente au Peuple plaster sculpture by Constant Delaperche
Here you can see a close up photograph showing the detailing that went into producing this biblical scene in 1811, which was by Constant Delaperche, who was born in Paris in 1790 and became a painter as well as a sculptor, mainly focusing on historical and religious art.
Jesus Presente au Peuple and Ecce Homo inscription on frame
Jesus Presente au Peuple translates in English to Jesus Presented to the People, yet as you can see, it is also named Ecce Homo, which are actually Latin words that Portius Pilate used in the Vulgate translation of John in the Bible, which was when Jesus Christ was presented to a hostile crowd, bound and with the Crown of Thorns, shortly before his Crucifixion.
VII Station inscription on Jesus Presente au Peuple frame
Yet this image shows the title of the 7th Station, referred to as a Station of the Cross or Station of Christ, and there are several of these within the Eglise Saint-Roch, with this one of Ecce Homo, Jesus Presented to the People being sculpted by Constant Delaperche.

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Eglise Saint-Roch statues and sculptures



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Sainte Barbe
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Music Lectern and eagle
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Jesus Accable d'Outrages
Jesus devant Caiphe
Saint Expedit
Saint Joseph
Jesus trahi par Judas
Andre Le Notre
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Claude Francois Bidal
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Pierre-Louis Moreau de Maupertuis
Saint Jean Vianney Cure d'Ars
Crucifixion of Jesus
Saint Francis de Sales
Saint Gregoire le Grand
Jesus Couronne d'Epines
Saint kneeling
Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque
Sainte Anne
Saint Anthony of Padua
Jesus Condamne a Mort
Jesus Portant sa Croix

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