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Jean Goujon, Diana’s head (No. 76 from Simu Museum Catalogue 1910). Diana with a deer (or Diana de Anet) was made by an unknown sculptor sometime before 1554. The sculpture crowned a huge fountain in the courtyard courtyard of Chateau d’Anet, France. It was moved to Paris by Alexandre Lenoir during the French Revolution and is present in the Luvru Museum. Lenoir attributed the work to Jean Goujon, but further studies have shown that this is incorrect. Anthony Blunt suggested that it is more likely an early work by Germain Pilon or his workshop. The plaster from the Simu Museum was made after the original in marble. The mold represents only a portion (the head) of the original sculpture. Currently in the Museum of the Architecture School.