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Georges Jacquot

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Georges Jacquot

Georges Jacquot (born in Nancy in 1794, died in Paris in 1874) was a French sculptor of the 19th century.


He was a pupil of Baron Gros and sculptor François Joseph Bosio. In 1820, he won the Grand Prix de Rome for sculpture with a statue named Caïn maudit, entendant la voix de l'Éternel.


  • Jeune nymphe descendant dans l'eau, marble, statue, Paris, musée du Louvre
  • Cariatide, Paris, palais du Louvre, pavillon Denon
  • Jeune triton chevauchant sur un dauphin, group, bronze, Paris, fontaine Gaillon, place Gaillon
  • Stanislas Ist, 1831, statue, bronze, Nancy, place Stanislas[1]


  • Pierre Kjellberg, Le Nouveau guide des statues de Paris, La Bibliothèque des Arts, Paris, 1988
  • Emmanuel Schwartz, Les Sculptures de l'École des Beaux-Arts de Paris. Histoire, doctrines, catalogue, École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 2003
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