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The Suffering 'Pleureuse' at The Louvre, Paris

3D model description

This marble statue by Ignace Broche, started in 1741 in Belfort and finished in 1749 in Paris was taken from an 18th century tomb.

A "Pleureuse" is a statue or painting of a weeping woman typically created to adorn a tomb or grave.

This "pleureuse" (or weeping woman) is a fragment taken from the tomb of Joseph Durey de Sauroy (1711-1770) marqui of Terrail, Marshall of the Kings Army's and Camps. After the first French revolution, the tomb was re-located in 1778 to the Church of Théatins in Paris. It is now in the permanent collection at The Louvre, Paris.

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