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HD photographs of Le Printemps Statue on Aile Henri IV at Musee du Louvre - Page 723

We were in the 1st Arrondissement of Paris at the famous Musee du Louvre, when we took these high definition photos showing a statue called Le Printemps, which is located on the Aile Henri IV and was sculpted by Noemi Constant.

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Le Printemps Statue By Noemi Constant

This first HD photo shows the statue called Le Printemps, which in English translates to Spring, and this is an allegorical statue that can be found on the top level of the Aile Henri IV, right in the middle as you are looking at the wing of the former Palais du Louvre from the courtyard called the Cour Napoleon.

Le Printemps Statue On Aile Henri IV

Now this particular statue was actually sculpted by a woman, which was very unusual back in the 1800s, and born Noemi Cadiot, after marrying she became known as Noemi Constant, although she used to also go under an assumed name of Claude Vignon.

Close Up Le Printemps Statue Musee Du Louvre

Yet having divorced her husband and remarrying, she also became known as Noemi Rouvier, so this can be a little confusing, plus she was also a writer of novels and numerous articles defending women, and many of her works are now held within different museums in France, although a bas relief on the Fontaine Saint-Michel was also sculpted by her as well as this statue.

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