Statues of the Louvre

The Napoleon Courtyard and Ieoh Ming Pei’s pyramid
Four Captives — Martin Desjardins (1637–1694) —the defeated nations of Spain, the Holy Roman Empire, Brandenburg, and Holland.
Bronze statue of L’Aurore (1693) by Philippe Magnier
Saturne enlevant Cybele by Thomas Regnaudin
Nisus and Euryalus (1827) by Jean-Baptiste Roman
Cupid cutting his bow from the club of Hercules,
Edme Bouchardon
1750
Psyche abandoned, Augustine Panjou 1790
The Three Graces, James Pradier 1831
Angel engraving the memory of King Francis,
Frémyn Roussel
1821
Mercury, Dominique Lefebre 1698
Psyche Revived by Cupid’s KissAntonio Canova 1787
Muse of Poetry

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