HD photograph of bronze Maillol statues inside Jardin des Tuileries looking south west - Page 143
A part of the Tuileries Gardens is known as the Jardin du Carrousel, and was re-laid out at the start of the 1990s by the landscape architects Jacques Wirtz and Peter Wirtz, but it is only since 2005 that the Musee du Louvre has the important responsibility of maintaining the entire gardens and its sculptures.
And although many statues are historical, some are more recent, with the three you can see in this photograph being produced by Aristide Maillol, which were placed in the gardens in 1964 as part of a complete collection by this artist.
So you will find these three on the southern side of the central walkway from the Jardin des Tuileries to the Musee du Louvre, and this photo was taken looking in a south westerly direction towards the Pavillon de Flore.
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