Maiden with Goats
Garraud, Gabriel Joseph
Gabriel Joseph Garraud (1807-1880)
Garraud was a native of Dijon and exhibited group compositions at the Paris Salon
1838-1875). He won a bronze medal in 1838 and a silver medal in 1844. He was appointed
Director of the Ecole des Beaux Arts in 1848 and is remembered for his marble statue of
the Marquis de Laplace in the Paris Observatory.
Museums & Galleries:
Versailles: C. de Thou - First President of the french parliament
Maiden with Goats by Gabriel Joseph Garraud (1807-1880)
Bronze group depicting reclining figure of a woman with goats on gilded wooden plinth.
Maiden with Goats c. 1840 Signed: Garraud Length: 41 cm Height: 36 cm
Reference: Benezit - Dictionary of Artists
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