Re: sculpture of Jules Verne by Leon Pilet ! ! or Verdi
AHA!!! ... Maybe....
I thought it looked like Verne, ..it has the familiar
"bow"(?) tie when you look at the close ups
But admittedly, every time I see Verdi I think the same thing!!!
I guess if we could see the books he was resting on, that might seal
If it is Verdi, it is not very musical looking! (if that makes any
tAt 02:40 PM 28/04/2006, you wrote:
I'm sure, that's not Jules
Verne, but probably Giuseppe Verdi.
Received on Fri 28 Apr 2006 - 22:18:35 IDT
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> Betreff: sculpture of Jules Verne by Leon Pilet ! !
Hello, just curious if anyone has ever seen this sculpture before, or
> anyone has seen it in person (and where) ?
> here is the description:
> Description: Signed Leon Pilet on the base
> with a nice patina, high relief depiction of the famous French
> fiction author Jules Verne, debonairly dressed, gesturing with one
> while leaning against several books a top a pedestal in the midst of
> passionate speech or a toast amongst his many inner circle friends
> day. Size: 34 inches height. Leon Pilet
> (some books have him listed as Pillet) is a listed French sculptor.
> might possibly be one of the largest works Pilet ever did.
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