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Michel Rodange

Waldbillig 1827 - Clausen 1876
Luxembourg writer and poet
(Wikipedia)
Jean-Théodore Mergen
1932

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Description

Fountain with a bronze relief medallion and a fox on top.


The fox refers to Rodange's most notable work Renert (1872),
an adaptation of Reynaert de Vos,
a traditional Dutch language/Low German fox epic to a setting in Luxembourg.

Inscription(s)

MICHEL
RODANGE
1827-1876

On the back:

MICHEL
RODANGE
1827-1876
mer piecte
abrikosen...
....in alle
hecke ger.
wie geht nun
ower praffen
am bambösch
d'schlewender?
renert x gesank

Signed (portrait): j-th. mergen / 1932

Sculptor

Tags

Locatie (N 49°36'37" - E 6°7'51")

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Item Code: lu005; Photograph: 16 June 2011
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