Aubé, Jean Paul

 Jean Paul Aubé (1837-1916)

Aubé was born in NE France and studied at the Ecole des Beaux Arts.
He exhibited at the Paris Salon winning Gold Medals in 1874 and 1876 and was
awarded Hors Concours. He is known for his monument to Dante at the College
 de France in Paris. He also created a Monument to Leon Gambetta. Other notable 
works include allegories of Architecture and Painting, both cast in bronze.
 Peinture by Jean Paul Aubé (1837-1916)

 Graceful bronze depiction of a young woman painting with palette and brush.

 Peinture c. 1870   Signed: J Aubé     Height: 63 cm

 Plaque to front of base incised: Peinture par JP Aubé    Hors Concours

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