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Emile Picault

 (1833 - 1915)
Emile Louis Picault was active/lived in France.  Emile Picault is known for allegory, mythology and patriotic subject sculpture.

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Emile Picault


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A French late 19th and early 20th Century figure sculptor, he is best known for his allegory, mythology and patriotic subjects.  Among his works are:


Bronze Sculpture
    •    Le Supplice de Tantale (1867)
    •    Persée délivrant Andromède (1880)
    •    Le Génie du progrès et Nicolas Flamel (1885)
    •    Le Cid (1886)
    •    La Naissance de Pégase (1888)
    •    Le Génie des sciences (1894)
    •    Le Génie des arts (1895)
    •    Le Livre (1896)
    •    Le Drapeau "ad unum" (1898)
    •    Vox progressi (1903)
    •    Belléphoron (1906)

Medallions
    •    Joseph expliquant les songes du Pharaon (1888)
    •    L'Agriculture (1888)

Plasters
    •    Jason (1879)
    •    Andromède (1892)
    •    Prométhée dérobant le feu du ciel (1894)
    •    La Vaillance (1896)
    •    Vertus civiques (1897)
    •    Le Minerai (1902)
    •    La Forge (1905)
    •    Science et Industrie (1909)
    •    Propter gloriam (1914)

 Museums:
    •    Chambéry (Le Semeur d'idées, 45 cm)
    •    Clermont-Ferrand (Hébé, 93 cm)
    •    Maubeuge (Le devoir, Honor patria, 45 cm)
    •    Troyes (La famille, joies et peines)


Source:
Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89mile_Louis_Picault


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About  Emile Picault

Born:  1833
Died:   1915
Known for:  allegory, mythology and patriotic subject sculpture