Water Maidens Wall Frieze: Dordogne
Item#AH1480
After the original by Jean Goujon (1510-1568), Fountaine des Innocents, Paris
This beautiful maiden pays homage to those on the exquisite Renaissance fountain in Paris' Square des Innocents. Sheltered beneath a stately architectural frame, it gracefully shoulders its life-replenishing water urn. Replicated in quality designer resin to capture the intricate details, this classic sculpture is finished in antique stone as a perfect accompaniment to any formal or gallery space.
7"Wx3½"Dx22"H. 4 lbs.
$39.95
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Jean Goujon (1510-1565)

Jean Goujon was the foremost French sculptor of the 16th-century; his most well-known work is a series of reliefs for the Fountain of the Innocents. Not only a sculptor, but an architect as well, Goujon was one of the main players in the French Renaissance.

Goujon's sculptures are prime examples of the mannerism movement in France. His figures are elongated, sensual and fluid, as well as reminiscent of Greek sculpture. Goujon's graceful and pure style influenced the decorative arts in France for centuries to follow. His most famous works include a series of water nymphs for the Fountain of the Innocents in Paris and other sculptures on the faade of the Louvre.

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