Representation of Joan of Arc in armor, holding a sword and a banner with the effigy of the Virgin Mary and flowers of Lilies (also attributes of royalty). Statue of edition in bronze produced during the second half of the XIXth century, it has kept its original patina (presence of some old dirt). Benefiting from a precise and nervous chiseling, this production of a great realism is complete in its additional elements, gloves, helmet, dagger in belt... on the base, a cartouche indicates that this work was rewarded at the Salon
Jean-Baptiste Germain (1841/1910) was born in Fismes (Marne) and was a student of the sculptors Dumont and Gumery. He was a member of the "Artistes Français" and exhibited at the Paris Salon from 1866 to 1879.
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