Bust of a Girl Veiled and Crowned with Flowers

Pierre Julien French

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At the Salon of 1779, Julien exhibited a work based on a memory from his years of study in Rome (1768-72): "Head of a Woman...covered by a veil and crowned with flowers, like the young girls dowried by the Pope and the College of Cardinals at the Church of the Minerva in Rome."

Bust of a Girl Veiled and Crowned with Flowers, Pierre Julien (French, St-Paulien, near Le Puy-en-Velay 1731–1804 Paris), Terracotta2014, French

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