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Faune ivre

Drunken faun

Compete name:
Faune ivre au retour d'une fête de Bacchus
(Drunken faun returning from a feast by Bacchus)
Léon Cugnot
1863

Lyon /  Faune ivre   Lyon /  Faune ivre

Description

Sculpture of a drunken faun accompanied by a panther.

Signature

leon cvgnot roma mdccclxiii

Jardin du Palais Saint-Pierre

The garden of the Palais Saint-Pierre is a municipal garden located within the the Museum of Fine Arts in Lyon. It is a rectangular garden delimited by the arcades of the old cloister of the Benedictine abbey. It is located right in the city center on the peninsula. Like the Museum, the garden is open every day, except Tuesdays and holidays.

In the garden a number of sculptures of the museum is placed:

Bronze sculptures

Marble sculptures

At the walls:

Sculptor

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Location (N 45°46'0" - E 4°49'59")

Item Code: frra113; Photograph: 12 August 2018
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