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André Chénier Muse (1888), Denys Pieere Puech (1854-1918), Marble, Musée du Luxembourg, Paris, The Royal Cast Collection (Copenhagen,Denmark). Made with Memento Beta (now ReMake) from Autodesk.
The idea of the sculptor is to illustrate the death of the poet André Chénier, guillotined place de la Barrière on July 25, 1794. “… after the chopper felt, a white form appeared at the foot of the guillotine … Little by little an outline became clearer and we saw a woman body (…) of a virgin.His hands she took the head with the black hair … Then sitting down, and bringing his long hair on his chest , She deposited the dear head, which she kissed on the forehead, while she said in a breath: “Sleep well, dear poet, your muse will watch over your memory” (in a letter from Denys Puech to Chabrier in 1886). Thanks @Pattarrian for the reference!
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