French Sculpture Census

photo credit : ph. The Seminary at Forest Glen, http://www.operant.com/Seminary/statue14.html, by Kenneth R. Stephens, 1998
artist © : public domain

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CHAPU, Antoine
Le Mée, Seine-et-Marne 1833 - Paris 1891

Maker: McGann & Sons Company, T.F.

Jeanne d'Arc, ou Jeanne d'Arc entendant des voix, ou La Pucelle, ou Jeanne d'Arc à Domremy
Joan of Arc, or Joan of Arc Listening to the Voices, or Maiden, or Joan of Arc at Domremy

1870-1872
painted bronze

statue

Silver Spring, Maryland, Forest Glen Annex

http://www.operant.com/Seminary/statues.html

Provenance

  • Sculpture was probably in former National Park Seminary Buildings, Forest Glen, Silver Spring, Maryland
  • Currently administered by United States Department of the Army, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, 6825 16th Street, N.W., Building 1, Washington, District of Columbia 20307
  • Located Walter Reed Army Medical Center - Forest Glen Annex, Building 101 entrance, Silver Spring, Maryland

Bibliography

  • Smithsonian Institution/SOS! website, 12 August 2015
  • http://www.musee-orsay.fr/fr/collections/oeuvres-commentees/recherche/commentaire/commentaire_id/jeanne-darc-a-domremy-99.html (accessed 15 December 2015)
  • The Seminary at Forest Glen, http://www.operant.com/Seminary/statues.html, 12 August 2015

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