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The Great Conde, a bust made in 1688. Antoine Coysevox, the great sculptor of Louis XIV, executed the bronze bust in 1688, two years after the death of the Great Condé. The commission came from the Prince of the Count, the nephew of the model, and cost the large sum of 1,600 pounds. Although the portrait is retrospective, it is based on a terra cotta bust (Chantilly, Musée Condé), which was probably executed by the sculptor during Condé’s life. This work is a copy of the original, made for the Simu Museum in Bucharest (now demolished). The work is now a part of the Simu Collection in the Museum of the School of Architecture in Bucharest.